Maisonette, founded in 1949 by Nat Comisar and located on Sixth Street in downtown Cincinnati since 1966, ranked as the height of sophisticated dining in Cincinnati for decades. It earned a national reputation as well. The place claimed to be America's most-honored restaurant, and had the plaques on the wall to prove it. Even in 2005, the restaurant's food and service were still every bit as sophisticated as they had been a generation earlier. The honors were still flowing, too: Mobil ...

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