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New restaurant where Gratzi used to be! This place is worth trying. The Jicama tacos are really good and unique. Their chimichanga is called a grilled fried burrito. If you are a chimi lover like me, then I dont want you to over look this on their menu. Make sure to save room for the Xangos! It is a dessert with banana cheesecake in a deepfried shell covered in cinnamon and served with icecream. Yummy!
Seriously though.........ive been living on campus since 2004 and this is the first place to open that actualy makes their pasta in house. Plus daily buffet.....lol wtf
I grew up in CT. TONS of Italian restaurants, brick oven, and pizzerias. I have been here for 7 years and have yet to find a decent calzone. I have looked at a number of different places and when I say calzone, most people think I am talking about the flat, mozzarella filled sliced turnover dish...I am not. I am talking about the BIG, sometimes, football-shaped, flaky, doughy, crusty calzone stuffed with mozzarella AND Ricotta cheese. You can put other things in there but those are the basics.
There was a place on Schrock Rd called Fly Pie Guy EXPRESS that got it right, but I noticed they went out of business. Looking for new recommendations.
Dropping this here to let you know about a food delivery option coming to those who work and/or live in downtown Columbus. Full disclosure, I work for this company.
We're a delivery-only kitchen based out of Indianapolis and coming soon (August) to Columbus. We bring you restaurant quality food inspired by food trucks. What makes us unique is that we use a lot of technology on the backend to make sure we don't start cooking your food until we have a driver ready to deliver it to you. What that means is that you're going to get your meal just minutes after it is done cooking.
We're looking for beta testers in our downtown delivery zone! If you want a chance to score some free food, sign up at this link: http://delivery.clustertruck.com/beta-columbus-signup/
Hello Columbus Reddit,
I am surprising my girlfriend who lives downtown, I'm from Cincinnati so I'm not super familiar with the food scene there. Looking for someplace nice and Gastro pub-ish any help would be appreciated thank you
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We're moving back to the Columbus area after almost twenty years away. I've been living in alarge coastal cities with diverse populations and great markets/shops/bakeries and restaurants for the past couple decades ... So, I'm looking for advice on a few great shops etc;
Any recommendations appreciated!
I'm a day late, but I can always plan for next week. I live in the Grandview area but I can definitely go elsewhere for a good brunch!
My mom owned and operated a local carry out and catering business for about 23+ years. She started at her first store in upper Arlington near Jones middle school at the mall way and then left to run the cafe at the federal building in downtown on the corner of high and spring. Just curious if anyone's ever tried her food and wondering what you guys thought!
Columbus, like any large center of population, has more pizza places to choose from than the Buckeyes have national championships. Once one finds a place that delivers a good pie to your door relatively quickly, we tend to forget about the others and only eat at one place.
That is a horrible idea. Recently I stepped outside of the bounds of my comfy home pizza place and discovered Sicilia. The cheese is perfect, the crust is delicious, and the sauce is inspired. Try it. Try it now.