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Restaurant Review: Ye Asian Bistro

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Restaurant Review: Ye Asian Bistro

For a while there, Chinese buffets were everywhere. While quality control was an issue, you couldn’t argue with the quantity for a price tag that was typically less than ten bucks. After years and years of existence as a Chinese buffet, the new operators at 139 Graceland quietly did something new with the restaurant space. […]

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Restaurant Review: Standard Hall

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Restaurant Review: Standard Hall

There are not many booths at Standard Hall, but the seats are worth fighting for. Perfectly curved for 10 percent extra privacy and situated facing the big TV, it’s tempting to #OccupyBooth for hours. That would be ideal. It would probably be socially acceptable too, if a dedicated diner could stay on an eating and […]

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Restaurant Review: D&L Sandwich Kings

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Restaurant Review: D&L Sandwich Kings

A new sandwich shop made its official debut this fall. D&L Sandwich Kings has opened its doors on East Main, serving something a little more special than your regular deli fare. It does its own house brisket and corned beef (and a few other things) with homespun style. You know you’re close to the establishment […]

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2016 Year in Review: The Best Food in Columbus

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott 2016 Year in Review: The Best Food in Columbus

While 2016 was a rocky year for fans of music and democrats, food has been a great consolation. Just like it always does, this year the eating scene delivered solace in a million different forms in Columbus. Happiness could be found in Poutine, it’s now everywhere on menus. This is good news for long-time fans […]

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Restaurant Review: Pokébap

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Restaurant Review: Pokébap

Poke hit Columbus hard in 2016, or “poked” it, rather. First there were pop-up pokeries. Then right at the end of the year, a couple of dedicated poke places opened up on the North side. Pokébap was the first of the permanent operations to make its debut, up in Dublin. The dining forecast for 2017 […]

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Enjoy Some Beautiful and Truthful Art While We Still Can

Jeff Regensburger Jeff Regensburger Enjoy Some Beautiful and Truthful Art While We Still Can

How exactly are we supposed to write about art now? What context is left when the centuries old touchstones of critical evaluation have been exiled? We hitched arts’ critical wagon to the twin stars of truth and beauty, only to find that in post-election America both are pretty much meaningless. Truth? It’s clear now that […]

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Restaurant Review: Momo Ghar

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Restaurant Review: Momo Ghar

Saraga International Grocery is a bona fide wonderland on Morse Road. First, it’s huge. Second, every aisle features the cuisine of different countries. In fact, so far we’ve found Oreos from three different countries in three different aisles. Third, it’s home to Momo Ghar. There actually seems to be several spots-within-the-spot. There’s a Mexican bakery […]

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