Taste Buds: The Buds find love at Cambridge's mainstay The Forum Restaurant.
February 14, 2013
By EMILY DOMINICI and SHAUNNA DUNDER HERSHBERGER
It's Valentine's Day and the Buds are in love.
And no, we don't mean with each other - although we do get along quite famously. Actually, we've fallen head over heels for The Forum in Cambridge. Seriously, they had us at the basket of warm breadsticks our waitress greeted us with and it only went uphill from there!
The Forum, located at 2205 Southgate Parkway, has been in...Continued
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Our employees wore green ribbons today in honor of the victims in Connecticut. Bless their souls.
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The Forum Restaurant was chosen to be published in "Eating your way Across Ohio!" Click to view.
Eating your Way Across Ohio features 101 f of the best places to enjoy a meal. This book features locally owned eateries - bistros, cafes, roadhouses, grilles, and much more. No chain restaurants and no fast food.
The Daily & Sunday Jeffersonian is debuting new paper boxes that will offer the daily and Sunday papers for sale along the free monthly Dix Communications publications that include the "Visitors Guide," "Real Estate Monthly," "Bridal Guide," "Guernsey County Community Guide," "Good Times in Ohio" and "Now and Then." The new boxes will be located at The Forum Restaurant on Southgate Parkway, and Southeastern Med on Clark Street. Pictured with one of the new boxes is Alex Theodosopoulos of The Forum and Theo's Restaurant.
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Paul: Posted on 03/26/12
This is the place that my parents always went to for their anniversaries. So, with that in mind I decided to take my girlfriend there and start a special place for us as well. We went there often enough that the waitress and manager knew which table was our table. So anyway, that special night came on a mid-February night (Feb. 14th) when I got to take that special lady out for Valentines Day. I had prearranged with both the local florist as well as with the manager and waitress to have the most beautiful bouquet of roses delivered to our table after we were seated. She was happily surprised with the fact that I had remembered her favorite flower not to mention the color... yellow. I ordered for her and also her favorite drink. We sat and talked for a while and I couldn't help but notice just how beautiful she looked, absolutely stunning.
With the flowers on our table and the low lighting capturing the moment, I knew this was the time I had waited for. I pulled out of my pocket a nearly flawless one-carat engagement ring and asked this woman if she would be my wife. She squealed so loud that people around us looked to see what was wrong. She began to cry and just stare at the ring. A moment past when nothing was said... then she said with the most angelic voice I have ever heard, yes . The food was wonderful, the service was more than excellent and the whole night was perfection at its best. I cannot thank the staff at the forum for a more perfect night that will forever be etched into our memory. What an awesome restaurant!
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