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    Oh, I forgot Josie’s Hilltop Pizza. Great stuff!

    As far as heart attacks go, Pasta Salvi is one of the best artery clogging dishes I’ve had. Deep fried fettuccini alfredo topped with marinara and melted cheese…….

    #373002

    I really been digging Da Levee lately. Everything I’ve had so far is amazing. I’ve had the B&B, Maque Choux, and the Chili Cheese Etouffee w/ Crawfish. Can’t wait to get my hands on more!

    El Arepazo is a given. Every time I eat it, it’s like falling in love again.

    Even though I’ve driven by it all the time for the past 4 years. I finally stopped by Panzera’s Pizza in Grandview. Now I know why it’s been a community staple since the 1960’s. Really great red sauce, great chewy crust and I’m obsessed with their homemade pizzelles!

    #373003

    Cookie
    Member

    Clever Crow pizza changed my life.

    #373004

    Bear
    Participant

    Jeez, where to start.

    So many of the things at Alana’s it’s hard to keep track. An octopus dish stands out… but then there’s the chicken b’stiya….

    Chicken… Potosinos.

    An Ohio cheese with chestnut honey at Rigsby’s.

    But the first thing to come to mind, oddly enough, was a pancetta-wrapped radicchio with candied onions and balsamic vinegar that I had at Basi one night. It was one of the most wonderful things I’ve eaten, just because the contrasts (bitterness from the radicchio vs sweetness from the vinegar, lightness vs heft, meatiness vs crunch) all played off each other in perfect proportion.

    #373005

    KSquared
    Member

    takeasiesta wrote >>
    I really been digging Da Levee lately. Everything I’ve had so far is amazing. I’ve had the B&B, Maque Choux, and the Chili Cheese Etouffee w/ Crawfish. Can’t wait to get my hands on more!

    I’m about to send cr0m to Da Levee rehab soon.
    I’m just jealous because he works downtown and can walk there for lunch! :)

    #373006

    Elizabeth Lessner
    Participant

    G.D. Ritzy’s milkshakes. RIP.

    #373007

    lizless wrote >>
    G.D. Ritzy’s milkshakes. RIP.

    Really?!? You’re going to mention the shakes, but leave out that RIDICULOUS PB&J! :D

    #373008

    Elizabeth Lessner
    Participant

    Forgot about the pb&j. Painfully delicious.

    Best savory delicacy in Columbus is an Everything Block’s bagel topped w/ green olive cream cheese. Olive it.

    #373009

    enigmaco
    Participant

    I would say the jonnie burger at thurmans, after having that haven’t had a burger that comes close.

    #373010
    Snarf
    Snarf
    Participant

    spicy thai beef salad @ bangkok.

    shrimp cocktail @ the top.

    shrimp and grits @ g. michaels.

    any sashimi @ kihachi.

    sausage pizza @ rubinos.

    chicken zagoria @ happy greek.

    chile relleno @ la fogata (pickerington.)

    and so much more.

    #373011

    KSquared
    Member

    Core_Models wrote >>

    lizless wrote >>
    G.D. Ritzy’s milkshakes. RIP.

    Really?!? You’re going to mention the shakes, but leave out that RIDICULOUS PB&J! :D

    I always loved their shoe string fries dipped in mint chocolate chip ice cream.

    #373012

    lifeontwowheels
    Participant

    + 1 on the Rubino’s sausage. Though I have been meaning to get to that one pizza place in Grandview. What’s it called? :)

    Egg sandwich on the Big Italian and the lentil soup from the Captain
    Chocolate Raised from Buckeye Donuts
    Falafel from On the Fly
    Chicken and Waffles from Kitchen Little
    Serenity Cafe on 4th had a pretty tasty corned beef sandwich last time I went, haven’t been by in a while
    Sweet Potato Fries at Tip Top

    #373013

    ernesto
    Member

    Tortilla soup at Barcelona and tripe soup at the Latin Cafe on Hamilton and Main. I think the tortilla was a du jour so it won’t always be available.

    #373014

    TaraK
    Participant

    It took me about .003 seconds to come up with my answer: rabbit from Deepwood. Sadly, I don’t think it’s on the menu anymore. It was cooked with some yummy berry and was the most amazing thing that my tongue has ever known.

    I also love the duck gnocchi from Black Creek, and I’m with Hungry Woolf on Jeni’s Blackstrap Praline.

    #373015

    Bear
    Participant

    I might be able to bait an occasional lurker by mentioning Jeni’s lapsang souchong with Armagnac prune….

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