Our City Online

lunch

Long-Awaited What the Waffle Opens in KLD

Susan Post Susan Post Long-Awaited What the Waffle Opens in KLD

What the Waffle will make its official debut as a stand-alone restaurant this Saturday, August 1 at 695 E. Long St. in the King-Lincoln District. What the Waffle first introduced its waffles to the masses in 2016 as a part of the Food Hub at 1117 Oak St. in Olde Towne East. From the beginning, […]

No Comments

New Cafe Concept Planned for the Brewery District

Susan Post Susan Post New Cafe Concept Planned for the Brewery District

A new cafe will join the lineup of business populating South High Street in the Brewery District. Emmett’s Neighborhood Cafe will open its doors at 744 S. High St. this fall. The casual cafe will serve up breakfast and lunch daily from 7 a.m. – 3 p.m. “We believe Columbus is looking for a concept […]

No Comments

Just Love Coffee Cafe Opens First Ohio Location Downtown

Susan Post Susan Post Just Love Coffee Cafe Opens First Ohio Location Downtown

Just Love Coffee Cafe has opened its first Ohio location at 330 S. High St. Downtown. Keith Atieh brought the Murfreesboro, TN based franchise to Columbus, inspired by the company’s do-good mission which aims to give back to communities. The cafe offers a lineup of coffee and espresso drinks and an available-all-day menu of breakfast […]

No Comments

Block’s Bagels Joining the North Market

Susan Post Susan Post Block’s Bagels Joining the North Market

Block’s Bagels will open at the North Market, 59 Spruce St., this spring. It’s the third Central Ohio location for Block’s which also operates brick-and-mortar storefronts in Bexley and Reynoldsburg. Block’s Bagels at the North Market will offer a breakfast and lunch menu of deli classics, as well as carry-out bagels and cream cheeses. The […]

No Comments

Restaurant Review: District North

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Restaurant Review: District North

District North set up shop in the Atlas Building, one of Downtown’s more notable structures, last fall. The Atlas isn’t notable because of hype or glitz, it’s notable because it’s historic. The building was designed in 1905 by Frank Packard, a renown local architect. Somehow, the structure has survived a history that includes foreclosure, code […]

No Comments

Top 10 Fast Casual Restaurants of 2019

Best of CU Best of CU Top 10 Fast Casual Restaurants of 2019

Sometimes you need a meal that is fast, but better than fast food. And that’s where fast casual comes into play. While chains like Chipotle might be the default go-to for many people, Columbus is home to a lot of fast casual options, many of which are locally based. At the top of the list […]

No Comments

Top 10 Best Lunches of 2019

Best of CU Best of CU Top 10 Best Lunches of 2019

Sometimes you need a good mid-day meal. And for that reason, we created a top list of the best lunches in Columbus. Our readers and editors submitted their nominations and cast their votes for the best lunches in town and this year Comune topped the list. This new-ish restaurant launched on South Parsons Avenue, not […]

No Comments

1 2 3 40

dining categories

The Urban Living Tour returns (with strict safety guidelines) on Aug 30!

CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS