If you’re like me, there’s no shortage of pizza joints around the city, both new and old, you keep meaning to visit, but never seem to find the time to do so. Fortunately, the folks behind Columbus Brew Adventures understand this dilemma. It’s why they’ve launched their Pitchers and Pizza Tour, a chauffeured jaunt of some of Columbus’ finest pies, paired with some of the region’s best craft brews.
Unlike the day before, Black Friday isn’t a day known for eating. But to keep you from dropping after all the shopping, you’ve got to refuel at some point, right? We’ve got a few suggestions on where to grab a bite around Easton and Polaris—or where to head if your plan is to avoid the mall at all costs.
Think fast food and images of healthy, fresh dishes prepared with seasonal and local ingredients don’t typically come to mind. Acre, a farm-to-table, fast-casual restaurant opening on Friday in Old North is looking to change that stereotype.
Before you make that big run to the grocery store for all your Turkey Day trimmings, have you thought about where your produce is coming from? A group of area sustainable farmers is making it easy to smartly source smart your Thanksgiving feast.
Amidst the cold and snow today, there’s a little extra warmth now on Indianola Avenue. Early Bird Food Truck opens today outside Indianola Church of Christ (2141 Indianola Ave.), serving up fresh beignets and coffee.
A little more than a month after Swoop! food truck pop-up Bebe left Hey Hey Bar and Grill, the Merion Village neighborhood bar has a new food truck in residence. Italian-leaning Blu Olive opens inside the Hey Hey tonight, Nov. 18, starting at 5 p.m.