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Restaurant Review: Everest Cuisine in Worthington

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Restaurant Review: Everest Cuisine in Worthington

Momo Ghar’s popularity launched a mega momo craze in Columbus over a year ago. Earning national attention and accolades from pretty much everywhere, a whole new local appreciation for Tibetan and Nepali foods has emerged in its wake. To meet the epic demand, a new joint, Everest Cuisine, has entered the marketplace in Worthington. It’s […]

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First Look: Fox in the Snow German Village

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega First Look: Fox in the Snow German Village

Italian Village-born coffee shop and bakery Fox in the Snow will open its second location in German Village on Saturday, January 6. Owners Jeff Excell and Lauren Culley made the announcement in 2016, two years after the original shop opened its doors on North Fourth Street. Though the new shop is twice the size of […]

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13-Year Harrison West Staple Caffe’ Apropos to Close this Month

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega 13-Year Harrison West Staple Caffe’ Apropos to Close this Month

For 13 years, Caffe’ Apropos, located on the corner of Third and Michigan, has served up espresso, coffee, snacks, wine and beer, satisfying customers’ cravings from dawn ’til dark. That’ll come to an end this month, as owner Anton Wood confirmed the building will close its doors on January 19. “It is true we will […]

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Restaurant Review: BLunch

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Restaurant Review: BLunch

The conversation about Brunch and Drunch and now BLunch has already occurred a million times. Having tried the first one in a variety of places and the second one a few months ago, hitting BLunch was fairly inevitable. There’s a bit of a trick to timing a visit at the newbie. While brunches generally, and […]

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Yavonne Sarber on the Coming Closure of deNOVO and the Decline of Fine Dining

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Yavonne Sarber on the Coming Closure of deNOVO and the Decline of Fine Dining

When Yavonne Sarber moved her upscale eatery deNOVO to Columbus Commons, she didn’t anticipate hurting for clientele. While an increasingly busy area come sundown, Downtown still doesn’t get the foot traffic common to neighborhoods further north on High Street, unless there’s a show at the theatre, or an event in the park. After holding on […]

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2017: Diary of Dining Disappointment

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott 2017: Diary of Dining Disappointment

Research indicates that grateful people have happier, healthier lives. Being Mary Sunshine pays off in the long run, but a life without disappointments would be…boring. So, without further ado, the Disappointments of 2017: 1) Parking Problems: This is not a gripe about the Short North or Downtown. Thanks to the swanky development plans on Indianola, […]

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Condado Tacos Announces Fifth Columbus Location Opening Next Year

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Condado Tacos Announces Fifth Columbus Location Opening Next Year

Recently named Best Cheap Eats by CU readers, Condado Tacos has announced a fifth restaurant in its hometown of Columbus. Condado Polaris will open next summer. Following openings in the Short North, Downtown, Easton and Clintonville, their newest store will make their second outside Columbus’ urban core. “People love our tacos—we are not limited to […]

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