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Step 1: Clear the clutter out of the damn aisles
To update, I found it!
The Kurdish baker is now baking out of Hayat on Bethel Road behind the Texas Roadhouse.
Real authentic Kurdisg bread baked fresh daily in an oven imported from Kirkuk. They also sell hand-made kabab (frozen) and all the typical arab-store goodies.
finallyAugust 30, 2011 6:39 pm at 6:39 pm in reply to: Panera Bread Planning 20-25 New Locations in Central Ohio #458839
Yeah, there’s one at the Gateway, but it’s too far for a quick trip.
Cats With Thumbs said:
I saw them at the Goodale Park movie series. I can’t remember everything they had but I do remember nachos and sliders being on the menu. They also had popcorn to which you could add M&Ms, etc., but I wonder if that was just for the movie series.
Munchbox has flatbreads, wraps and yummy sides. Everything looks fresh and I’ve heard it is delicious.
Thank you both.
This will be much harder than I expected, but, if they’re serving popcorn with mix-ins, I’ll have my daughter’s dinner wrapped up at least!
I am so excited about this, but worried that it’s too much food for one person to eat. I guess I’ll find out, but I’m trying to do research before I go to make sure I hit the best places.
Now that I know 3 Babes and a Baker won’t be there, I don’t have to save room for the best cupcakes in town.
What’s up with this Munch Box truck? I can only find info on one in LA and The MunchBox in Chicago. I need to know what I’m dealing with here. Any help?
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Ryan011235 wrote >>
I’m just gonna start calling that part of town The Suds.
This discussion is clearly over. The Suds wins, hands down.
People who think the Olive Garden comparison is a slam are projecting their own feelings.
Ha, is that ever a compliment?
I’d say it’s closer to Noodles than Olive Garden, anyway, but way cheaper than both. And better. Way better.
Went over the weekend with ameeker and I really liked the food and the general concept. I didn’t feel like it was a Chipotle clone, even though the idea is clearly Italian Chipotle.
I don’t want to get into the above debate(s), but I’d like to say that authentic doesn’t mean good, and I think, when it comes to food, good is more important. Also, Lane Ave is a street, too, so it’s still street food…
It all distracts us from the real issue with Piada. Why is it so LOUD?
Tommy’s in Franklinton has the best traditional pancakes in town. By far.
The trees will be taken to the Kurtz Brothers site in Groveport. There is no limit to the amount Franklin County residents can bring, and we are Franklin County residents (Windgate Village in 5xNW).
We’re not scammers and I would never dream of dumping trees anywhere. We weren’t even aware ourselves of the city NOT taking trees this year until this morning. A few minutes after reading the article, we thought, “Hey, we’ve got a big old Dodge Ram – we could pick up trees and take them to one of the drop offs. How much would WE pay for that?” and came up with the $20. To show that we’re for real, a $5 discount if you text TREE CU when you’re ready to get rid of your tree.
For those who don’t have a car or truck, or the time to drive somewhere, or just don’t want to deal with it, we’re simply an option. Lots of people will figure it out themselves, but if they don’t want to worry about it…
Text TREE CU to (614) 585-9691 to arrange a time for pick up!
I sent you a PM regarding your website. I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Wassan, you better not be joking about this:
“was told about a great new kurdish bakery out near Rt 161 that makes killer Iraqi bread, but still haven’t been able to actually get the address for it. Nothing beats freshly baked bread…”
I lived in Sulaymaniyah, Iraq for a little over a year and would kill for some Iraqi bread and the chance to practice my Kurdish.