Easter Sunday is coming up quickly. You’ve got just over a week to snag reservations for brunch or dinner if you plan to eat out. Here’s a quick look at a few area restaurants open and still taking reservations (for now!) on April 5. Tables are going quickly, so hop to it.
Lineage Brewing, Clintonville’s first microbrewery, is now serving at its High Street taproom. For this week’s soft opening, Lineage has tapped its cream ale, Berliner weisse, coconut porter and English-style rye ale. By this weekend, an IPA should also be on draft.
It’s no secret Cameron Mitchell Restaurants, by and large, caters to omnivores. So when I read the veggie-minded menu for The Guild House—the company’s latest concept, at the foot of the swanky Le Meridien Columbus, The Joseph hotel in the Short North—I knew I had to make a visit.
The new head chefs at The Crest in Clintonville have released perhaps their most ambitious menu yet, shifting the offerings from more traditional pub-style to seasonal share plates. Regulars likely won’t recognize much on the pared down list that includes roughly a dozen small plates, plus a few salads, burgers and entrees.
Former Veritas chef Silas Caeton has been tapped as the new executive chef at Rigsby’s Kitchen in the Short North. With the shift in the kitchen, diners can expect a heavier emphasis on small plates at the 28-year-old restaurant.
The traditional American St. Patrick’s Day diet consists of a few things: green beer, Guinness, whiskey and lots of corned beef. If the latter is what you’re after, there’s no better way to enjoy it than inside a juicy, jaw-breaking Reuben. Here are a few styles to try.
The Columbus Brewing Co. Restaurant has been operating on the slow and steady from their little corner of the Brewery District. While the neighborhood has revitalized around them, they’ve continue to serve comfort foods to pair with beers made by the Columbus Brewing Co. That style extends to their weekend brunch menu.