Boutique Napa Valley winemaker Pott Wines is now available in Ohio. We got a first look at this limited-release wine, and also had a chance to talk to the laid-back vintner Aaron Pott, at an event hosted by Vanguard Wines last week.
Before Nada opened in the Arena District, Crave got a quick tour of the space with owner David Falk. He pointed out a few intentional design touches. Knowing them has made dining at Nada more fun, so I’m going to share a few with you now.
In late January, Wolf’s Ridge opened its new taproom behind its Downtown restaurant, giving new brewer Chris Davison 20 new tap lines with which to play. We caught up with Davison to talk the expanded beer list and bar snacks offered in the new space.
The minds behind A&R Creative group, including restaurants like The Crest and The Market Italian Village, announced two new restaurant projects today: a brewpub in partnership with local brewery Hoof Hearted, and a second location of their flagship restaurant The Crest. Both are set to open this year.
More and more, I have to ask myself: Where can I get good, simple, straightforward food that will fill my stomach and please my palate? And Lalibela Ethiopian Restaurant and Bar is always near the top of that mental list. There’s no sugar-coating at Lalibela, which is part of its charm.
This Saturday, Feb. 21, global-inspired pop-up eatery Darista Cafe returns to The Hills Market (95 N. Grant Ave., Downtown). The one-day-only event—Patacon & Pints—will revive chef and owner Dara Schwartz’s signature Latin-inspired dish.
Happy Fat Tuesday! Today’s the day when sheer gluttony isn’t just acceptable, it’s encouraged. With that comes a longtime Polish tradition: paczki. While paczki aren’t as celebrated in Columbus as they are in cities with larger Eastern European traditions (I once attended the Paczki Ball while a reporter in Lorain, Ohio), there are a few places to find them today.