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SHARONVILLE, OH (FOX19) -

The Taste of Northern Cincinnati was held Sunday afternoon at the Sharonville Convention Center providing samplings from 22 local restaurants.

Unlike similar Taste events, The Taste of Northern Cincinnati was an all-you-can-eat event. Patrons paid one price at the door and were able to sample as much food as they desired.

Some of the participating restaurants included Stone Creek Dining, Uno's, Max & Erma's, LaRosa's Parkers Blue Ash Tavern, Gliers Goetta, J Gumbo's and The Spicy Olive.

The event, dubbed the largest indoor Taste event in Cincinnati, provided plenty of food, entertainment and kids activities.

Participants at the Taste were given the opportunity to vote for the best appetizer, soup/salad, entrée and desert.

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