The old Crest Tavern was a popular Clintonville bar for decades. Now, the completely redone Crest Gastropub brings quality, made-from-scratch food, featuring fresh, local, grown-on-site ingredients and creative riffs on new American pub dining.
Ever heard of chowchow? Samantha Lunn of Chattanooga, Tenn., was slightly stumped by the pickled Southern staple. But chef Jacques Pepin offers some tips on how to use it.
Popular taco truck serves up an expansive menu at a sit-down restaurant.
Executive Chef Thomas Smith at the Worthington Inn joined All Sides Weekend’s monthly food show Chefs in the City. Watch video of the show.
A Thai version of Chipotle sets the Papaya Street Grill apart from other Asian restaurants in town.
Fresh off of opening a new restaurant earlier this year, Chef Yow will talk about a variety of topics including “Is it every chef’s dream to start their own restaurant?”
Hae-Paul’s is a new offering in downtown Columbus from chef Paul Yow formerly of Barcelona. Along with his wife, Hae Ran, they serve up a variety of broad range of cuisines with a focus on Korean.
With it vintage decor, downtown eatery Manifesto transports diners to a scene out of ‘Mad Men.’
The food at Veritas is very creative, even daring. The chefs are also exploring molecular gastronomy, including an unusual presentation of the white + dark chocolate dessert. Dishes are beautifully presented, and garnishes feature high-end micro greens and other flourishes.