After a year’s worth of renovations, the polished residence now resembles an old-meets-fresh spread that will appeal to fans of Inhabit’s clean, modern style who also appreciate rich woodwork and historic character.
IM Editors2 min read
No. 3 – Herron-Morton is no longer a fine dining food desert. Peter George’s return to the scene has brought some of the best food to the area.
Taylor Ellis2 min read
Review: Penn & Palate
Newcomer Penn & Palate brings a casually elegant restaurant to Herron-Morton.
Julia Spalding4 min read
What $600K Gets You in Herron-Morton Place
In Herron-Morton Place, $600K will get you a renovated historic home with plenty of style and space.
Mary Milz1 min read
Tinker Street’s wine expert talks vino.
Amy Lynch2 min read
New in Town: Penn & Palate
Penn & Palate’s menu aims for updates of American family classics.
Terry Kirts3 min read
Hot Neighborhoods: Herron-Morton Place
It’s a five-minute drive from downtown—close enough for an enviable commute, but far enough away to feel like a sleepy suburb.
Daniel S. Comiskey3 min read
Street Savvy: 16th Street Downtown
“This corner of Herron-Morton feels like Fountain Square when I opened the original Peter’s—and look what happened to that neighborhood,” says Peter George, co-owner of proposed restaurant Tinker Street.
Terry Kirts4 min read
Worth the Wait: A Review of Shoefly Public House
Craig Mariutto knew his customers weren’t just going to expect a shoofly pie; they were going to expect a good shoofly pie.