The Guild House boasts a lively bar and a beautiful dining room, with high ceilings, wood beams, wood tables, white leather banquettes, and murals. It has a big city feel, classy and luxurious, and a bustling atmosphere. However, with all of the action, it is still possible to have a quiet conversation at the table.
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.
Looking for a comfortable, casual restaurant with friendly service and excellent food? Look no further than Kraft House #5 in quaint downtown Powell.
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.
Hudson 29 features a broad, eclectic menu and several different dining spaces.
The Sycamore offers large portions of creative, well-prepared American cuisine, mostly locally sources, and good value prices.
Yak meat is no longer hard to find in the Columbus. Now there is a real old-timers bar with a new menu that features a Yak Burger and other daring dishes.
Just when you thought Short North restaurateurs had every angle covered, comes Philco.
The Fresno Eclectic Kitchen which was an old Short North favorite. A new version is up and running in the Brewery District.