Very excited to take the first episode of year two into a new realm of passion and creativity by branching into the culinary arts for this week's episode.
Last month, while on the road for the Rupees & Shekels Comedy Tour I got to catch up with two fellow Springboro High School alumni on the one week anniversary of the grand opening of Parlour, their new restaurant just across the river from Louisville in Jeffersonville, IN.
Like Covington/Newport, KY have become for Cincinnati, Jeffersonville is growing into a destination for locals and travelers to stop and relax and with Parlour's location at the foot of the Big Four Bridge they are primed to become a staple of the the area.
Brian Stone and I catch up first with a chat covering his hiring philosophy for the kitchen, colaberating with longtime friends in the Sabin family, the charm of Jeffersonville and Louisville that drew him there, and share stories of our mutual friend, the late Jamie Rowland.
Up next, Adam Sabin and I got to know each other a little better and I get the chance to fanboy out a bit about watching him perform throughout Ohio in the early 2000s with the band, Coping with Ignorance. We also discuss working with your siblings, cocktails, the preparation for the restaurant opening, the secret of life, and reconnecting with his now wife as adults (she's also a Springboro grad)!