In January, Seventh Son Brewing and Rockmill Brewery teamed up to create a collaboration Belgian stout. The partnership has resulted in not one, but three variations on a beer they’re calling Urban Cowboy—all of which come out this week.
Come this time every year—you know what I am talking about; these few precious days leading up to Fat Tuesday when indulgence is at a premium—there are a few things I start to crave. So, in honor of the season, here are five(ish) things you should eat or drink over the next few days, before your diet starts on Wednesday.
Jerry’s Galaxy Cafe is the newest is a line of Columbus Southwestern/Cuban restaurants following the same trajectory including the now-gone Galaxy Cafe in Powell and the institution of Starliner Diner.
Downtown lunch-goers have a new quick-and-easy option thanks to the newly opened Phatt Taco. The order-at-the-counter eatery along High Street offers a small dining room and a tight menu of Mexican-style foods.
When chef Will Johnston started crafting the menu at Strongwater Food and Spirits, he promised to keep vegetarians front of mind. What stands out at this new restaurant in the 400 West Rich building in Franklinton is that Johnston’s not simply subbing in some tofu in meat-based dishes. He’s conceptualized dishes to be vegan and vegetarian.
On Monday, Nicole Salvo and Erin Thacker opened a different kind of shop in the Short North. They launched the neighborhood’s first juice bar—a grab-and-go-style, raw and organic juice shop with a natural-meets-industrial feel (an intentional design, Salvo says, to really make the vibrant-colored juices pop in the case).
This new gastropub in at Frederick and Front streets in the Brewery District was hopping last Friday night. Westies opened just a few weeks ago in a 5,300-square-foot space that, honestly, had me wondering—what do you do with that much room?