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Where to Find Carry-Out Cocktails in Columbus

Susan Post Susan Post Where to Find Carry-Out Cocktails in Columbus

You no longer have to be a master mixologist (or buy all the ingredients) for a solid quarantine cocktail.  On Tuesday, April 7, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced that bars and restaurants with existing on-premise liquor permits could start slinging cocktails for off-premise consumption – with a few rules. According to Ohio Liquor Control… No […]

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Bites & Sips: Brunches, Cocktails, Renovations & More

Susan Post Susan Post Bites & Sips: Brunches, Cocktails, Renovations & More

Holiday treats, CBD mocktails, brunch, tasting menus and more! Bites & Sips keeps you updated on tidbits of news in the world of drinking and dining in Columbus. Read on for the latest roundup of things you could be eating and drinking! The Market Italian Village Shows Off Renovations Guests can enjoy some new dining […]

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Bites & Sips: New Menus, Openings, Expanded Hours, Igloos & More

Susan Post Susan Post Bites & Sips: New Menus, Openings, Expanded Hours, Igloos & More

Take a bite out of the new menu at The Crest, sip on cocktails in an Igloo at VASO – there’s all sorts of food and drink to explore in Central Ohio. Bites & Sips keeps you updated on tidbits of news from local restaurants, food makers, breweries, distilleries and more, from special events and […]

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Craft and Draft (all the alcohols) Tour

  Craft and Draft (all the alcohols) Tour

Craft beverages are booming in Columbus and not just as barrels of beer. This tour showcases cider, mead, gin and bourbon as well as a flight of award winning craft beers. We visit Mad Moon Cider, Brothers Drake Mead and 451 Spirits to learn about how they make their signature spirits. The tour begins at […]

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Park Street Cantina Calls City Liquor License Objection a “Witch Hunt”

Walker Evans Walker Evans Park Street Cantina Calls City Liquor License Objection a “Witch Hunt”

On Monday, December 4, Columbus City Council voted to object to the renewal of eight local liquor licenses in Columbus. This annual review process is a common step taken toward shuttering businesses where illegal activity is frequent and problematic. “People who hold liquor permits hold them not as a right, but at the pleasure of […]

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Watershed Adding Restaurant to Distillery

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Watershed Adding Restaurant to Distillery

Watershed Distillery tour-goers will soon be able to sit down for a cocktail and a meal. The business is looking to open a kitchen and bar by February 1. It’s been somewhat of a dream for owner Greg Lehman. They’ve been talking about it since they opened the distillery six years ago. He explained that […]

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Clintonville Craft Distillery 451 Spirits Launches Local Distribution

Rebecca Wagner Rebecca Wagner Clintonville Craft Distillery 451 Spirits Launches Local Distribution

A new way to drink local has entered the Columbus scene, in the form of the city’s third distillery. Manufacture-only company 451 Spirits, nestled in Clintonville, has begun distribution. The small production distillery is the brainchild of Chief Distiller Chad Kessler and Developer David Chew. Kessler previously worked at an upscale liquor store, where he became intrigued […]

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URBAN LIVING TOUR 2020

This year’s Urban Living Tour event has been postponed due to COVID-19, but will be returning later this summer!

CLICK HERE to sign up to be notified when tickets go on sale!