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Thanks! Saw his picture at Jeni’s but thought it was yesterday.
Third and Hollywood has a great fireplace near their bar, if that helps.
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Wolf Among Us is on Steam for $6.24! Grabbing it! ;)
Enjoyed it more than Walking Dead actually, probably because it was mostly a new world to me. Incredibly deeply drawn universe too, filled with things you’re familiar with but newly spun.
Dragon Age Inquisition was fucking epic. I don’t use that word lightly.
Dragon Age run well on PS3?
Did not one of our local leaders and or businessman, when asked about light rail, “We have public transportation, it’s called the freeway.”?December 18, 2014 10:58 am at 10:58 am in reply to: Kasich Requires Schools to have a Religious Partner for New State Funding #1055317
So is the Church of Satan playing devil’s advocate in this?
You’d think living in a building that once made drugs to fight cancer would be a good thing.
Any word about a downtown location? I thought there were rumblings but then those kind of fizzled.
I’ve heard some rumblings about Oregon, which would be a smart move as well. I would not have any hard feelings and hope he does well wherever he goes. Realistically, next year could be OSU vs. Oregon in the playoffs, awkward.
The Hilliard location.
I just had a good experience with All My Sons. Took my 1100 sq ft house across town in 4 hours for $438.December 2, 2014 7:38 am at 7:38 am in reply to: 1831 Tavern – Balls, Bar, More (New Restaurant Replacing The Jury Room) #1052793
I wonder how deep the menu will be.
Deli Boys downtown has a great beer cheese soup.
I think Columbus is big enough to have more than one be seen/hip neighborhood in it. If Short North WAS your thing, and too many people are invading it trying to be cool, move on to the next hood and it help it become the next Short North. Rinse and repeat.
We went for dinner last night, the entire family of 3 ate for $16, and it was really good. The portions were a bit smaller than other places, but we all left full so that might be a good thing. We did not enjoy the disposable plates and especially did not like the plastic silverware. My wife and daughter both went through a couple of forks when they were trying to cut up their sausage in the reds beans and rice.
Next time we want to bring friends, has anyone done the BYOB option there, is it really just bring what you want with no catch? I’ve never done the BYOB option at any restaurant before.
We will definitely be going there again soon.
My main line is clay pipe, not cast iron.