This German Village eatery wants to be exactly what it is: a neighborhood hang where locals can go for no-frills, good food, cocktails and beer. From the owners of Harvest Pizzeria, this rehabed 50-seater dive bar offers localy-sourced, chef-driven bar favorites like tacos al pastor tacos, bison burgers and barbecue chicken, plus a decent offering of vegetarian fare.
Restaurant review: The Sycamore opens strong and to raucous crowds
Have you noticed that a new high-profile restaurant seems to be opening every week lately? Yeah, it’s like a historical blockbuster season for the Columbus restaurant scene. This brings up a question: How many next-big-thing eateries can our ’burg support? Based on the hordes swarming into the tight quarters of the righteously rehabbed and currently raucous Sycamore, i.e. the Harvest Pizzeria owners’ answer to The Rossi, I’d say evermore.The Sycamore Restaurant review: The Sycamore opens strong and to raucous crowds
Restaurant review | The Sycamore: New place in old space offers fresh take on American food
The narrow, deep space occupied by the Sycamore is reminiscent of a shotgun-style house. The longtime home of the former Sycamore Cafe has high ceilings, still decorated with tin molding. The addition of modern ductwork and other improvements creates a Victorian-industrial effect.The Sycamore Restaurant review | The Sycamore: New place in old space offers fresh take on American food