In 1879, Harry Baldwin was killed between Washington Platform and City Hall. This true crime is Cincinnati's oldest unsolved homicide. The investigation revealed multiple layers of corruption and almost destroyed a brewing empire when wealthy brewer William Schaller was accused of the crime. Murder on the Menu begins with a brief walking tour of the 1879 crime scene. Guests then return to Washington Platform and begin a four-course, nineteenth-century inspired meal served with craft beer pairings. Author and attorney, Michael D. Morgan, unwinds the major theories of the case between courses. Ticket price is all-inclusive.