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.
Matt Litzinger, chef and owner of L’Antibes, will appear All Sides Weekend: Chefs in the City at 11 a.m. on 89.7 NPR News.
With Valentine’s Day approaching, the chef will talk about some city’s most romantic restaurants.
While Alex’s Bistro looks about the same, the changes in the kitchen signal a significant upgrade, including some fresh new spins on classic French bistro fare, a style of cuisine that is sadly lacking in the Columbus Restaurant scene.
Tricia Wheeler is the founder of The Seasoned Farmhouse, a new cooking school in Clintonville. She is also Editor-In-Chief of Edible Columbus, a quarterly food magazine focusing on Central Ohio. She will join All Sides Weekend: Chefs in the City at 11 a.m. on 89.7 NPR News.
A new food tour service is spotlighting many local independent breweries and tap rooms that have popped up around the city over the last year.