From The Lantern: Despite grunge, the Bier Stube offers classic bar atmosphere Theresa Attalla Before entering the Bier Stube it should be known the location is not for the independent women who walk alone at night. Alleys surround the building, often visited by loiterers and their comments. The first thing noticed when entering is the […]
St. Patrick’s Day is tomorrow, which in Columbus mostly means a day of getting pinched and a night of drinking green beer. If you’re not sure where to go, Columbus has a variety of Irish Pubs as well as regular bars with Irish-sounding names. There’s Brazenhead and Byrne’s near Grandview, Mac’s Cafe in the Short […]
Victorian’s Midnight Cafe has revamped their style and will be holding their Grand Re-Opening festivities from Friday April 3rd through Sunday April 5th. Local band Rustmoth, will be debuting during the Grand opening festivities Friday evening. For a full schedule of events on the re-opening, click here.
From The Alive: Tunes & taps By Bryan Bullock When Mick Jagger sang “You can’t always get what you want,” he could’ve been describing the St. James Tavern. The Italian Village hangout doesn’t aim to please all – you won’t find Red Bull, posh decor or Top-40 jams here – but inside, you get exactly […]
I was just forwarded some information from a typically accurate source who claims that the Liquid Cafe & Lounge in the Short North has gone up for sale. I tried to call them to confirm, but got no answer. Has anyone else heard anything? We’ll post more details as soon as we’re able to get […]
I have been to Tip Top Kitchen & Cocktails more than just a few times over the past year or so and I don’t believe I have ever been disappointed. That doesn’t mean no one has, but since Tip Top seems to be packed most evenings I guess you could say plenty of people would […]
Hidden along side a downtown Columbus alley you can dig up bits and pieces of history. And maybe a bit to eat as well. At one time in the tiny building’s 112 years of existence the Ringside Cafe was The Rathskeller (est. 1897). You will notice that its former moniker is still etched on the […]