You are cordially invited on a journey of the senses… Except one. Join us for a CULINARY ADVENTURE IN THE DARK, a one-of-a-kind sensory experience that will bring you fully present in the moment, allowing you to connect with food and to those around you, in an unfamiliar, emotionally powerful way. It’s an out-of-sight, progressive […]
Excited to have @whittycommittee for her first event!! She will have prints, framed paintings, buttons and stickers! So come get some cute plant prints! 🌿🍃🌱 come support local love!!
SUNDAY BAZAAR IN THE SHORT NORTH ARTS DISTRICT: A BIG WAY TO SHOP SMALL Sunday Bazaar in the Short North Arts District will return on September 15 from 11:00am to 4:00pm, with participating businesses featuring more than 30 experiences in and outside of their stores, including artist demonstrations, performances, pop-up vendors, bites and beverages, and […]
Group Show Artists Include: Matt Swift, Simon La Bozetta, Jennifer Bender, Ilya La Bozetta, JT Thompson, Roger J Williams, Nicolette Swift, Kimberly Mullett, Brent Elam, Nick Elam, Daidria Eckels, Derek Stewart, Jocelyn Kane, Michol Childress, Tom Hubbard, Todd M Rector, Dan Gerdeman, Chris Pemberton, Michael Bush, and possible others. Having been on this rock for […]
After five years of continuous growth, North Market’s Little Eater will open its physical location in Clintonville next week. The restaurant started out as a seasonal popup at The Hills Market in 2012 and added a year-round catering business a year later. They started selling their salads at grocery and specialty food stores that same […]
Raymond Kim and Krizzia Yanga, partners of pop-up Bao Bros, are bringing traditional Taiwanese steam buns to Downtown Columbus. The weekend pop-up operates out of Red Velvet Cafe, the small 246 S. 4th Street restaurant owned by Yanga. Gua bao, generally shortened to “bao,” is a taco-like street snack, usually consisting of steamed bread stuffed with […]
Normally, a review of a hotel snack shop like G&Z Stores would be something a CU reader could expect on April Fool’s Day. The possibilities for writer snark are endless. From the faux chocolate on Nestle’s Butterfingers, to the lack of fresh-from-the-farm, locally sourced ingredients, it’s ripe for the picking. But this is not April. […]