Just after publicity in Might that a Foods Paradise crew was filming at Just Q’in, proprietor Matt Cuff saw an instantaneous improve in enterprise at his Walnut Hills barbecue cafe.
It could get even busier immediately after the nationwide Cooking Channel viewers sees the Foodstuff Paradise phase at 10 p.m. Wednesday, July 21.
“I generally imagined that for our business enterprise to be component of the national barbecue dialogue that we would will need higher recognition,” Cuff suggests. “Meals Paradise and the Cooking Channel are offering us that prospect.”
“I am enthusiastic by the validation that it offers to the tricky perform that our workforce is carrying out.”
He’s web hosting a viewing celebration, open up to the public, 8-11 p.m. July 21 at the cafe at 975 E. McMillan St. Just Q’in will be a person of six dining places showcased all through the a single-hour present.
Cuff, a former GE Aviation aerospace engineer, started out Just Q’in as a weekend company in 2009. The cafe, catering business, and food items truck are now his complete-time career.
On Might 17, the restaurant shut all working day for the Food items Paradise taping.
“We saw an fast uptick in our company following the filming and first publicity,” Cuff say. “The cafe was super fast paced for many months.”
Cuff states he under no circumstances dreamed of currently being on nationwide Tv set.
“My goal and dream isn’t really a national stage. It is practically the upcoming man or woman (customer) and producing confident they have an excellent expertise. The relaxation will just take care of alone,” he says.
The Cooking Channel description for Wednesday’s “Smokin’ ” episode would not point out Just Q’in or Cincinnati. It claims:
Foods Paradise reveals the quite very best barbecue smokin’ throughout The united states. There are down-house dishes like spareribs and sausages as nicely as model-new mindblowers like brisket mac and cheese and a smoky sandwich so big it is identified as the Leaning Tower of Texas.
“Smokin’ ” repeats at 2 a.m. Thursday, July 21.
Foods Paradise debuted in 2007 on the Vacation Channel. It moved to the Cooking Channel in 2019 and Food Network in 2020. All a few are owned by Discovery Inc.