Lobster, foie gras, caviar and fresh truffle can be some of the most expensive ingredients chefs use. As of today, Columbus diners can get all of the above—and then some—all on one plate as Flip Side at Easton reveals a $350 burger.
“Is this breakfast or dessert?” I had the feeling I wasn’t the first person to ask this question when staring down a plate of The Angry Baker’s Vegan Pumpkin French Toast ($8.75)—a seasonal favorite at the perennially packed Olde Towne East cafe.
Starting Saturday, fans of Latin-inspired cafe, Katalina’s, can get a taste of pancake balls and the pork and egg sandwich in the Short North. Katalina’s is partnering with High Street dive bar Oddfellows Liquor Bar to offering an ongoing pop-up menu that will be available Thursday through Sunday to start.
Wolf’s Ridge Brewing’s food and beer have earned accolades over their first year, and the praise is well-placed. The weekend brunch is an ideal cross-section of their abilities: beautifully plated dishes, creative cocktails and a prominent focus on their beer, both in the glass and on the plate.
Prohibition Gastro Lounge is finally open in Powell, transforming the former decor shop into a two-story bar and restaurant with a focus on craft cocktails. The latter is what I stopped by to try this week and from what I’ve seen so far, this is one area where this spot excels.
Not even beer is immune to season creep, it seems, as pumpkin ales hit store shelves as early as July this year. To beat the saturation, we consulted Mike Troy, owner of Crafted Drafts in Gahanna, in highlighting this season’s best bets.
Brews from Georgia’s Sweetwater Brewing Co. hit local shelves and tap lines starting today. Area bars and beer stores are celebrating Sweetwater's foray up north with special events throughout the week.
I like my pizzas to pack a punch. Sure—plain, old cheese will always do, but the promise of a little spiciness is what keeps me going back for another slice. Carnivores have an easy fix by the way of pepperoni; but if you’re looking for a fantastic meatless alternative, it’s hidden in plain sight on the menu at Harvest Pizzeria.
This month marks the 30th year of business for German Village staple Katzinger’s Delicatessen. And, for this occasion, owner Diane Warren has prepared several contests that will serve diners as well as the greater good.
“Sorry, sold out for the day.” It’s a sign I’ve come to expect to see at Downtown’s new hot lunch spot, The Carvery. More than once I’ve made the mistake of heading to this six-week old sandwich shop for a late lunch, only to be turned away. Frankly, I’d be annoyed if this Gay Street spot wasn’t turning out such good sandwiches that are a far cry from deli cold-cut standards.