Anyone who knows me knows I am a bourbon girl. So when I heard Cameron Mitchell’s new restaurant, The Barn at Rocky Fork Creek, would have an area called the Bourbon Lounge, I was intrigued. When I heard they worked with distillers at Woodford Reserve to blend their own barrels, I got giddy.
The guys behind Land-Grant Brewing Co. said their Franklinton brewery would be up and running by the end of summer. This Friday—less than a week before fall officially blows in—they’ll make good on that promise.
The city’s weekend-long celebration to independent culture is carving out even more space this year for local food and drink. Think a street overrun with some of the city’s best food trucks, pop-up restaurants inside shipping containers, lots of local beer (and a few spirits) flowing from taps, and a pig-centric cooking competition.
“Did you just order the mule?” the server at the next table asked my husband with an air of excitement. He nodded, and quickly the waiter at the new Mezcal Cantina & Grill warned him it wouldn’t be anything like a traditional Moscow Mule—but it would be amazing.
Daniel McCarthy has no illusions about the shadow Hal & Al's left behind. Perhaps that’s why the menu at his newly minted Tatoheads Public House resembles Hal & Al’s 2.0, his spud-leaning food truck and something new altogether—all at the same time.
This week, Veritas chef Silas Caeton announced he’ll be leaving the modern American kitchen in Delaware. In the restaurant’s two brief years, it earned a reputation for playful presentation and its use of molecular gastronomy techniques. Last year, we ranked it the No.1 restaurant in Columbus.
From 5 to 9 p.m. tonight, The Kitchen in German Village will team up with Dara Schwartz for a special Taco Tuesday lineup inspired by the colorful and flavorful Darista Dips. Here's what's on the menu.
Since reopening this spring, Mazah has quickly become one of my go-to lunch and dinner spots. The family-operated eatery boasts a thoughtful yet unfussy menu of varied Middle Eastern fare with no shortage of meat-free options.
Cuco’s Taqueria closed for remodeling last month. As most construction projects do, it took longer than expected for this popular Mexican joint on Henderson Road to reopen. I had planned to stop in for walleye fish tacos during Farm to Plate week—but delays in inspections kept their doors closed until this week.