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The buzz on Columbus’ flourishing food scene, from upscale eateries to corner cafes.

North Market Changes to Ring in the New Year

Walker Evans Walker Evans

Two new businesses are opening shop at the North Market while two others are going through some upgrades. The Candy Shack has opened up next to The Fish Guys on the north end of the building, providing a selection of high quality bulk candies and a variety of nostalgic candies. Holy Smoke BBQ has taken […]


Fast food dies slow death downtown

Walker Evans Walker Evans

Business First of Columbus wrote Fast food dies slow death downtown Friday, December 19, 2008 by Dan Eaton Downtown Columbus workers are within walking distance of all manner of lunch meals – Venezuelan arepas, Ohio-style Monte Cristo sandwiches, micro-brewed beer. But good luck finding staples like the Big Mac, Whopper and or a single with […]


Sandwich draws TV show to Columbus

Walker Evans Walker Evans

The Dispatch wrote Sandwich draws TV show Wednesday, December 10, 2008 BY KEVIN JOY First and foremost, it’s a sandwich — a hulking sourdough gut-buster stuffed with 2 1/2 pounds of ham, sirloin and turkey. For six years, it has been a staple at a South Side eatery. Tonight, though, the Dagwood at the Ohio […]


BrewLounge.com Review: Elevator Brewing Co.

Walker Evans Walker Evans

BrewLounge.com wrote Elevator Brewing Company in Columbus, OH THURSDAY, DECEMBER 04, 2008 by Bryan Kolesar A little over a month ago, I found myself in Columbus, Ohio for the Penn State/Ohio State college football game. We guys stayed in a downtown hotel within spitting distance of The Ohio Statehouse. As for good beer within walking […]

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The Dagwood Challenge – Relive the Magic!

 CMH Gourmand

The Travel Channel has a new show called Man vs. Food. The host travels around the country profiling good food cities and taking on one of the culinary eating feats in that town. The show came to Columbus and covered an OSU tailgate, Schmidt’s and the Thurman Burger. For the grand finale…. The Dagwood at […]


Fine Dining, Better Prices

 The Wayfarer

LifeEpicurean.com wrote Fine Dining, Better Prices Monday, December 1, 2008 BY Angel Jackson The recent downturn in the economy has made many hard pressed to justify spending money on luxury items. For many, cutting back means eating out less, and making do with whatever surprises their pantry might hold. Those hoping not to break the […]

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Sushi Rock coming soon to the 670 Cap

Walker Evans Walker Evans

  The Dispatch wrote Rocking on the cap  Tuesday, November 25, 2008 3:09 AM BY BILL CHRONISTER Sushi Rock is coming in spring from Cleveland to fill the space vacated when Paul Liu’s Chinese Restaurant and Bluefish Seafood on the Cap closed at 570 N. High St. Sushi Rock offers what it calls an Am-Asian […]


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