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Airing 10pm tonight (Wed, April 27) on Food Network is “Ambush: Cray, Cray”.
The avocado croissant at Whole World Bakery always has me coming back with their warm crispy croissant filled with avocado slices, cheese, alfalfa sprouts and mayo.
The turkey nut burger at Barley’s with a side of pierogies. Equally good is their caramelized apple grilled cheese with sautéed onions and havarti cheese.
Rusty Bucket Asian tuna wrap
Market 65 blackened cobb wrap
Cafe Illyria Albanian panini
Hungry Monkey food truck Joe Dirt burger with peanut butter, bacon and jalapeno
I saw the broken glass. Though I wanted to stop at Seventh Son tonight, I headed to Studio 35 for a pint instead.
While I care for my belongings, I care more for my felines. If someone kicked in my door and I lost my cats I would be out for blood!
A manager at Giant Eagle told me a lady bought 12 packages of Archer last night. She may have cleaned out Meijer as well. I didn’t see any late last night. It seems to have a cult following on the internets. Some people freeze them and snack on them all year.
If you like the version with powdered sugar, I saw bags of Archway Pfeffernusse at Meijer yesterday. Trader Joe’s has them too.
Brian Johnson from Graystone Wine Cellar in the Brewery District does a nice job with food and events in a unique historical spot.
If anyone is looking for a Thanksgiving primer, than the Gobblerito should do it for you as well. Great recommendation guys. It had everything we were looking for in Thanksgiving – turkey, mashed potato and stuffing wrapped in tortilla and smothered in gravy. Their house IPA crafted by Fatheads cut through the richness nicely with 80 IBU of Mosaic hops.
Porky’s stray pitbull could enhance that story Alex. Just trying to temp you and Linda…
ESPN’S College Game Day airing 9am-12pm Saturday from The OSU campus tomorrow. It will be a busy tailgate with the Spartans in town.
Set your dvr tomorrow!
If Alex doesn’t take her, you have a good friend for your Rotweiler! The three different pits in my neighborhood are exceptionally sweet dogs and full of energy. Best wishes to you whatever you decide.
A few more suggestions along with the others. Barley’s Brewing Company is right there and has a $5 kid’s menu, and can pull some tables together in the back. Mildred’s sauerkraut balls and great ales for the adults.
A quick scenic walk into the Arena District from the Convention Center there’s Gordon Biersch. No kid’s menu, but a lot of fun small plate options and garlic fries. Respectable beers for the adults. They have a lot of space in the back to accommodate a large party.
If a lot of seating is needed, Melt Bar in the Short North is very spacious and has a sweet kid’s menu. I’d love it if I were five. Greasy fries and grilled cheese for them.
Also spacious and in the Short North is Pies and Pints. They could easily pull some tables together and give them a nice party. No kid’s menu, but a lots of sharing options with pizza and wings. Excellent Draft selection for the adults.
Culver’s makes sourdough melts and Wisconsin swiss melts with their Butterburgers.
Yasmin Market on Cleveland Ave near the GFS store stocks it. There are other stores in the Falafel District here off Cleveland Ave that have it as well.
The Best Breakfast and Sandwiches in Westerville has a patty melt.
Never had it.
Fitzy’s Old Fashioned Diner on the Westerville boarder has a patty and Frisco melt. Haven’t had them either.
The Pancake House on the south side of Schrock in Westerville has a patty melt too.
A few more spots and we have a patty melt district.
Grilled Steak and Onion potato chips from Meijer. Pretty salty, but they taste a lot like delicious grilled steak. Their Prime Rib and Horseradish taste nothing like Prime Rib and Horseradish though.