My wife and I have a lot of fond memories of having tea in England. We’ve traveled there multiple times for school, and highlights of the trips include tea at The Orangery in Kensington Palace, The Pump Room in Bath, or curling up in the lobby of the National Theatre. In some ways, we’re always […]
Just wanted to share that myself, Breakfast with Nick, and two Columbus restaurants will be featured in a two-part national PBS documentary “Breakfast Special”. The documentary is produced by Rick Sebak of WQED Pittsburgh. Sebak is famous for his previous documentaries on hot dogs, amusement parks, sandwiches, diners, and other bits of Americana.
I have the feeling, as I’m stepping into Tommy’s for the first time, that I’m entering a bit of history that’s not really my own. Admittedly, I don’t venture into Columbus’ Franklinton neighborhood often enough, so I can’t claim it as my neighborhood, and thus I can’t claim a Franklinton institution like Tommy’s. At the […]
Beechwold Diner just opened on January 2 in the spot once occupied by Rube’s Diner on Indianola. After fifteen-ish years in business, Rube’s closed it’s doors in 2002. Up until this past spring, the location almost became Ginna’s Eatery, but the attempt stalled. I never visited Rube’s, but I hear it was about as greasy […]
“Oh, here we go a-waffling…” As usual, I’m just now getting around to visiting Taste of Belgium, despite it opening months ago in North Market. Taste of Belgium was a great addition to North Market’s already-diverse crowd of food stalls. I was excited to hear of it’s arrival, and shame on me that it’s taken […]
Hungry for breakfast? Want an OSU theme to help you kick off the Buckeye’s opener today against Navy? Nick at Breakfast with Nick wrote up a review of The Barnstormer, a breakfast joint located within Hanger #1 of Ohio State’s Don Scott Airport off of Sawmill Road. Arriving at 6:45am was a bit too early […]
The Lantern wrote History of Newport Music Hall Kelly McDonald Issue date: 4/8/08 It is safe to say every student at Ohio State is familiar with the Newport Music Hall, whether having been inside or passing it on the way to class. What many people are not aware of is that Newport’s stage is where […]