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Brewery District

Located just south of Columbus’s central business district, the Brewery District has a history stretching nearly 200 years. At the height of its success, five breweries were located in the area. After Prohibition, the district declined, becoming home to some industry and warehouses. In recent years, redevelopment has brought numerous restaurants, bars, and even a grocery store to the area.

First Look: Arepazo Latin Grill

Ayana Wilson Ayana Wilson First Look: Arepazo Latin Grill

We announced this past April that popular Venezuelan restaurant, El Arepazo, would be expanding to include a third venue in the city at 515 South High Street. Just four and half short months later, Arepazo Latin Grill is open for business. With seating enough for 145 guests, Arepazo Latin Grill is the ideal spot for […]

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Catch Up With: Sweet Carrot Food Truck

Ayana Wilson Ayana Wilson Catch Up With: Sweet Carrot Food Truck

Did you know that Sweet Carrot is an anagram of Two Caterers? Well, it is, and it’s the reason why Angela Petro, who launched Two Caterers some 17 years ago, named her food truck as she did when it rolled out in 2012. In 2013, Petro moved her base of operations to the High Line […]

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Studio 543 – Yoga Inferno Opening in German Village

Sara Gaul Sara Gaul Studio 543 – Yoga Inferno Opening in German Village

Studio 543 is the first of its kind in German Village and is soon to be the hottest spot in town. Sister duo Kristina Suszkiw and Natasha Babamovski have created a one of a kind yoga experience in a truly unique space. Classes will be flowing vinyasa taught in the heated, candlelit inferno to music ranging from Pink […]

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Three Sheets Coming this Summer to The Brewery District

Ayana Wilson Ayana Wilson Three Sheets Coming this Summer to The Brewery District

The name means exactly what you think. And if you’re going to name a bar after a heightened sense of inebriation, it better be a dive bar. And Three Sheets Bar will be just that. The project of Novak’s alumnus, Jenny Adams, and Melissa Adams and Bryan Kilpatrick, Three Sheets hopes to bring some low […]

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Restaurant Review: Brick, An American Kitchen

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Restaurant Review: Brick, An American Kitchen

“Wait. Haven’t we been here before?” Nope. Unless that’s a reference the visit here last May; that was McCasky’s. Or maybe the visit a couple of months ago to Jack Whitney’s? It’s Brick now. Third time’s a charm right? Within the last year, Brick, An American Kitchen makes the third restaurant project to set up […]

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Free CBUS Downtown Circulator Launches

Brent Warren Brent Warren Free CBUS Downtown Circulator Launches

COTA’s new free downtown circulator bus launched today, traveling in a loop between Sycamore Street in the Brewery District and Third Avenue in the Short North. Signs reading “CBUS” mark the stops for the new route, which was first announced by COTA in February. The CBUS will run every 10 minutes from 7am to 7pm […]

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Arepazo Kitchen Set to Open this Summer

Ayana Wilson Ayana Wilson Arepazo Kitchen Set to Open this Summer

Arguably, El Arepazo makes the best Venezuelan food in the city. Their empanadas, seafood plates, and large salads deliciously represent what this type of cuisine is all about: bright, fresh flavors. There are currently two El Arepazo locations in the city – one downtown at 47 North Pearl Street that primarily serves lunch, and in […]

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