On Monday, January 19th, The Hills Market is hosting an Inaugural Dinner at 6:30pm. The four course meal is comprised of dishes featured at past Inaugural Luncheons: Cream of Tomato Soup with Crushed Popcorn (Kennedy), a Grapefruit and Avocado Salad with Poppyseed Dressing (Kennedy), Sauteed Chicken Breast with a White Wine Sauce and Capers (Reagan), […]
The following discussion is about the new restaurant ideas that Mark Pi’s is bringing to the South Campus Gateway and to Powell.
This morning, I *finally* got to try Chef Butcher’s beignets over at Creole Kitchen. OMFG. $2 has never tasted so good. I’m in absolute heaven. Not sure if he makes them other than on weekends, but no doubt that THIS will be a weekly stop for me. Yes, they are that good. Sprinkled with powdered […]
The Dispatch wrote Meat-free dogs becoming a hot alternative Wednesday, August 13, 2008 BY KEVIN JOY In a lunch-cart landscape littered with lamb gyros, pulled-pork sandwiches and all-beef franks, Tawd Bell considers himself a “vegetarian martyr.” The new food stand Rad Dog! — which he operates weekdays on the southwest corner of Gay and High […]
The Dispatch wrote Damon’s appears to have a buyer Thursday, May 1, 2008 BY MONIQUE CURET Damon’s Grill could become the third central Ohio restaurant chain in less than a week to have a new out-of-town owner. Damon’s, which has been struggling in recent years, is close to being bought by Gary Reinert Sr., according […]
The Dispatch wrote Families turn to buying clubs to cut cost of more-healthful eating Wednesday, March 26, 2008 BY AARON BECK Organic food today is as common as Wonder Bread — everywhere from independent grocers such as Weiland’s Gourmet Market and the Hills Market to chains such as Giant Eagle and Wal-Mart. Despite its ubiquity, […]