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Restaurant Review: Flatiron’s New Menu

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Restaurant Review: Flatiron’s New Menu

To be honest, Flatiron Bar & Diner didn’t need to change a thing. It has a loyal following; lots of regulars, with familiar greetings and banter in the air. Its kitchen has always been known for gumbo and Cajun influenced food that’s just this side of fancy. If it’s not a dressy joint, it is […]

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New Deli Adds to Revitalization of Parsons Avenue

Rebecca Wagner Rebecca Wagner New Deli Adds to Revitalization of Parsons Avenue

Development on Parsons Avenue is continuing with the addition of a new bistro. Jimmyluka’s, a bar and deli, will open at 701 Parsons Avenue this August. Owner Jimmy Dragich bought the two-story space seven years back, just before construction started on the Nationwide Children’s expansion. Dragich, who owns Affordable Floor, a ceramic tile marble contractor, has always […]

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Restaurant Review: JC’s Just Chili

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Restaurant Review: JC’s Just Chili

The Grandview area used to be the sort of place where you could find little mom n’pop eateries. Maybe not on the main drag, but just off the avenue, on the side streets in the neighborhood. It still is. It might be harder to find the places, blinded by the Winking Lizard and Starbucks signs, […]

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Ohio’s Own: New OH! Chips Flavors

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Ohio’s Own: New OH! Chips Flavors

OH! Chips is doing some funky things in the flavor department this summer. Known for its kettle and sweet potato chips, the chippery is now selling snacks in flavors such as Spicy Pineapple. OH! Chips are smaller in diameter than your average chip. They’re almost their own sort of thing, and so very far removed […]

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L’Antibes Closes, Will Reopen as HomeFare

Rebecca Wagner Rebecca Wagner L’Antibes Closes, Will Reopen as HomeFare

Short North restaurant L’Antibes has closed its doors. The space at 772 N. High Street will undergo a full renovation, with a reopening slated for July 30. The new concept replacing L’Antibes will be called HomeFare. The home-inspired menu will feature a range of comfort foods, and will be carryout-friendly. Chef and Owner Matthew Litzinger, […]

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Eat Right: Best Secluded Patios

Shelley Mann Shelley Mann Eat Right: Best Secluded Patios

It’s patio season in Columbus! Last month we focused on outdoor options perfect for people-watching. For romantic dinners, secret rendezvous and other occasions where seeing and being seen aren’t the primary objective, here are a few great patio options for a more secluded dining experience: 89 Fish & Grill Downtown – 89 East Nationwide Boulevard […]

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Restaurant Roundup: Spring Mania Part 1

Rebecca Wagner Rebecca Wagner Restaurant Roundup: Spring Mania Part 1

Spring is in full swing, and restaurants around Columbus have spent May in a flurry of activity, opening porches, formulating new menus, and expanding hours. Here’s what’s been cooking in Columbus the past few weeks: Bavarian pretzel shop Brezel will be expanding once again; this time to The Downtown Market in Grand Rapids, MI. Brezel […]

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