The Whitney House menu however is anything but colonial with a wide variety of items to please the growing diversity of the American palate with items designed by Chef Max Avon who earned his chops at Lindey’s, Bravo and Brio.
Double Comfort’s menu is chock full of Southern style comfort dishes and your patronage is doubled by providing a meal to the needy poor through a local food pantry for every meal you purchase.
Nada doesn’t seem like an apt name for a place that is offering a lot in a beautiful new setting in the Arena District.
Looking for a comfortable, casual restaurant with friendly service and excellent food? Look no further than Kraft House #5 in quaint downtown Powell.
The food, service, and ambiance of the Worthington Inn are all excellent, and make it worthy of its reputation.
Hofbrauhaus is worth a visit, especially with a group, for substantial portions of basic German fare, but also for the beer, the atmosphere, and the fun.
Arepazo, Three Locations of Tapas, Bar, and Grille, located in the Brewery District, Downtown, and Gahanna.
With all of the wonderful food, in a lovely, peaceful setting, Tuula’s offers great European food. Chef owner Tulla Mallonen offers a lovely array, which changes daily, of made-from-scratch soups, sandwiches, quiches, and desserts that make a wonderful breakfast, lunch, tea-time, or carryout.
One of the hottest trends in Columbus is the growth of gastropubs. Gastropub? The best of two ideas: a bar, often a brewery, but with a real chef.