Harvest Bar + Kitchen brings the same emphasis on local sourcing, quality ingredients, and friendly, laid-back service. The restaurant is plain but warm, with high tin ceilings, wood tables and booths, and seating at the L-shaped bar. Harvest does not take reservations, so go early.
Hudson 29 features a broad, eclectic menu and several different dining spaces.
The restauranteur behind original Galaxy Cafe and Starliner Diner is back with a new eatery.
La Tavola features house made pastas and breads as part of a delightful menu of creative, locally sourced dishes that will make your tummy smile.
The Sycamore offers large portions of creative, well-prepared American cuisine, mostly locally sources, and good value prices.
Lavash Cafe stands out among the many Middle Eastern and Mediterranean restaurants in Central Ohio for made-from-scratch quality, consistently excellent food, freshness, and great value.
In 1968, Talita Arroyo Prince and husband Tony Neno opened Talita’s, an authentic Brownsville-style Tex-Mex restaurant. Talita’s became a Clintonville institution and we visited often (a Friday night favorite) from college days through the “BC” (before children) era, and later with our kids, until Talita’s closed in 2007.
Spagio feels like a neighborhood bistro, with a lively bar scene and many regulars.