For the last three years that Old North Arcade has been around, owner Ben Morgan has watched as food from Mikey’s Late Night Slice, Ray Ray’s, Hounddogs and elsewhere came into his bar. Either on a typical Friday or Saturday night, or during a corporate event, wedding reception, or engagement party, “everyone always brings in […]
East Coast Pizzeria sounds like the name of a big pizza chain. It probably is the name of a pizza chain, somewhere. But it’s also the name of a locally owned pizza joint just north of Morse Road. Although the digs are modern, it’s got an old-school, familiar feel. There’s a big list of options that […]
Eventually, there’s going to be a point in this discussion where Giannios Candy Company gets accolades and raves. But at first blush, it’s excellence feels like a cruel reminder of all that is wrong in the mass-market chocolate candy world. If you’ve been around here very long, you know that things don’t have to be […]
The second annual Big Bacon Bash was a sold out, bacon flavored extravaganza.
It’s a milestone year for Sideswipe Brewing. The local brewing company, tucked away on the West Side at 2415 Scioto Harper Dr., enters its fifth year of business with plans to continue its pattern of growth. They’re joining up with their neighbors, Arcade Super Awesome, to expand their taproom and offer more gaming options. The […]
The third location of Fox in the Snow officially opened its doors this morning in New Albany at 160 W. Main Street. And despite the first real snow of the winter, fans flocked there in mass for coffee and baked goods that the local cafe has become known for since first launching in Italian Village […]
Belgian Iron Wafel Co. has officially opened its doors in the Short North, serving up sweet and savory “liege” wafels at 19 W. Russell St. According to the owners Aimee and Brandon Harper, Liege wafels are a long way from the box waffles made at home, “made from our proprietary wafel dough recipe, not the […]