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LaRosa's Pizza Expanding to Columbus

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    buckeyecpa
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    <div class=”d4p-bbt-quote-title”>GCrites80s wrote:</div>
    Man, Deveroe’s, Montgomery Inn, Jeff Wyler and now LaRosas in less than five years. The Cincinnatians are taking over.

    Don’t forget Taste of Belgium too, which hopped from The Findlay Market to the North Market.

    Now… if only we could get a Taste of Belgium Bistro, preferably somewhere in OTE.

    http://www.authenticwaffle.com/bistro.html

    I would love to have this

    #1010578
    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
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    I would love to have this

    It’s so good that we did a remote review. ;)

    http://www.columbusunderground.com/review-taste-of-belgium-bistro-in-cincinnati

    #1010583

    GCrites80s
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    I’ve always looked at LaRosa’s as one of those Cincinnati things like chili that people from there really dig but I think is merely alright. Up until a few years ago though, Cincinnati was a pretty crappy place for pizza (besides Adriatico’s) so LaRosa’s really stood out in a city dominated by Domino’s. Sure you could get Donato’s down there but it wasn’t theirs. Snappy Tomato has a lot of market share which I didn’t like.

    I remember living in D.C. and making special trips to the Smithsonian Air & Space Museum because it was the only place to get Donato’s there.

    #1010668

    Posole
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    I’ve always looked at LaRosa’s as one of those Cincinnati things like chili that people from there really dig but I think is merely alright.

    I wouldn’t sell Cincinnati-style chili short. It may not be what we think of as traditional chili but it’s actually a fairly sophisticated dish, IMO. In fact, it is not that dissimilar to some of the mole sauces you might find in southern Mexico that have been around for years.

    #1010811

    GCrites80s
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    I know. I’ve actually got an article sitting around from 1983 called the Cincinnati Chili Culinary Complex from OSU Papers in Comparative Studies that went very in-depth on the complexities of the Cincinnati chili dish. Nonetheless personally Cincinnati chili wasn’t for me.

    #1051833

    FunkBrothers
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    Their Facebook Page status has them opening tomorrow at 10:30am. LaRosa’s will be located at Avery Square in Dublin. I’m looking forward to trying out LaRosa’s Pizza soon.

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