Cincinnati shows its stripes ahead of playoff game at PBS
CINCINNATI (WXIX) - The energy in the Queen City is palpable.
There’s fewer than 24 hours to go before the Bengals take the field against the Las Vegas Raiders in Paul Brown Stadium.
It’s the team’s first playoff game since 2015. A win would be the franchise’s first since 1991.
The city is orange all over, from the tiara atop Great American Tower to the water tower in Fort Thomas to the Ark Encounter.
Mayor Aftab Pureval signed a proclamation declaring Jan. 15, 2022, as “Who Dey Day” in Cincinnati.
Needless to say, the love for the Bengals cannot be missed no matter where you look.
On Friday, FOX19 NOW toured a few (of the many) area bakeries, restaurants and bars with Bengal’s-themed goodies.
Here’s a running list of the spots we stopped at. (Know of one not on the list that needs some love on social media? Click here to let us know.)
Busken Bakery: Joe Burrow Long Johns, Bengal striped iced cookies, cupcakes, donuts and cakes.
Esoteric Brewing Co. will host a watch party at it’s E. McMillan location. That starts at 1. You can enjoy brews and delicious Fried Chicken from Decibel Korean Fried Chicken.
Del Gardo’s Cannoli in Covington is serving up “The Playoff Cannoli”- It features a rich Oreo cannoli cream filling in white chocolate dipped shell with an orange chocolate drizzle. It’s amazing.
The Governor in Milford - Dive into the Joe Burrow-ito or the Ja’Marr Chase burger.
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