Took my parents and wife here over the thanksgiving weekend. The food is always great here. If you are a pancake lover you must try their pancakes. They are something in between a cakey pancake and a crepe, super thin and very tasty. The omeletes are giant fluffy omelets that have creative ingredient selections to chose from. Sugar “n spice is from a by gone era with 5 booth and seating for 20 around a counter. No reservations but worth the wait.
Sugar N’Spice Review
There is just something about these pancakes. My husband and I have been coming to this place for years, it never even occurred to me to review this restaurant. Its a neighborhood gem! Either way, we headed in for takeout Saturday morning and got food. I ordered the special: 2 wispy thin pancakes, eggs & Bacon and my Mr got a full order of wispy thins and bacon.
Sugar ‘n’ Spice & Annabel’s: Two Breakfast/Lunch Gems
Sugar ‘n’ Spice is a beloved institution on Reading Road with a well-sized parking area, which it needs because it’s popular. Be advised that there’s always a wait on weekends, though turnover is quick. It’s been recognized over the years for its service as well as its commitment to the local communities surrounding it. There are always regulars and first time patrons and it’s a diverse, upbeat clientele.
Seven Decades and Counting, Bond Hill staple Sugar N’ Spice turns 70
August 2, 2011
You know how people talk about “dog years”? They say that every year in a dog’s life is equivalent to seven human years, so a year-old puppy’s about as mature as a second grader, and a 6-year-old dog is happily middle-aged.
There’s got to be a theory like that about the age of restaurants, too, right? For a restaurant to even survive their first year, that must be like aging a decade. Five years? To a lot of eateries, that’s getting past the young, vulnerable years and making it into adulthood. So you’d think that a restaurant celebrating its 70th anniversary would be ready for the rest home, but Sugar N’ Spice (4381 Reading Road, Bond Hill, 513-242-3521) is alive, well and going strong.
Restaurant Review: Sugar ‘N Spice
March 17, 2010
It had been shaping up to be a pretty lousy weekend morning. The skies were gray, the rain steady and a leftover winter chill still clung to the air. But sometimes, all it takes is a little comfort food and a hot mug of coffee to turn it all around. That’s exactly what happened when we visited Sugar ‘N Spice at 4381 Reading Rd., just off the Norwood Lateral.
Sugar N’ Spice
March 25, 2010
We headed out on another road trip to try a new place for lunch. One of my co-workers said that we had to try a new place that he stumbled upon called Sugar ‘N Spice. It is only about 10 minutes from downtown on Reading Road. From the outside it looked like a nice hole in the wall diner, and when we walked in, sure enough it was a hole in the wall diner. The first thing that hit me was the amazing smell of fresh cooked breakfast.
Sugar N’ Spice
October 30, 2011
And everything was nice. Especially the owner, Stephen Frankel, who offered complimentary cinnamon sugar cupcakes and Halloween favors during brunch this morning. The cinnamon sugar cupcakes were adorned with a light marshmallow icing, delightful.
Earlier this week one of my friends emailed me the link to their website as a suggestion for ROTM (restaurant of the month) and I frowned in disbelief that Sugar n’ Spice had not registered on my radar. Seriously, how did I miss this?
DAY 220 – Sugar N’ Spice Restaurant
Don’t let that funky exterior fool you, what lies within those pink walls is pretty darn yummy! This was our first visit to Sugar N Spice (but it won’t be our last!). Located on Reading Road, just south of the Norwood Lateral, we’ve probably driven by it a hundred times and never noticed it.
City Search Review – Sugar N’ Spice Restaurant
Homey Atmosphere, Delicious Food, Great Experience – I make my way to Sugar N’ Spice probably twice a week to enjoy the homey atmosphere, delicious food, and a great overall experience. The restaurant is filled with the type of people who want to whip up a conversation with anyone else who is there. Everyone at Sugar N’ Spice has something in common, they all have found the city’s best breakfast spot.