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Beer drinkers come for the seven sours on tap, while cocktail lovers flock for a menu curated by the lauded Travis Owens (formerly of Curio).
With midcentury modern basement vibes, a splash of beer nostalgia, and quirky yellow lighting, you’ll want to pull up a seat and stay awhile.
As Service Bar hits its first birthday, the chatter about Middle West Spirits’ restaurant arm has yet to die down.
With a sense of humor and serious know-how, chef Avishar Barua easily cooks up some of the most creative and well-executed food in the city giving ingredient upgrades to takeout lowbrow dishes, like his spin on a Big Mac with bone marrow and a smoked bacon-enriched patty, or the cheesy brisket crunch with oak-smoked beef and fried If you want to know what locals are lining up for right now, it’s the bagels at the Lox Bagel Shop.
This one is an ode to the classic Jewish delicatessen with a clean bistro setting and, thankfully, not an ounce of kitsch.
As at all Mitchell’s restaurants, diners can expect spot-on execution and gracious service.
The crowds who pack in on a nightly basis for clever cocktails made with scientific precision fill in the gaps.
In an ever-growing beer scene, locals have embraced the Scottish brewery as their own, welcoming three outposts to Columbus.
Arcade meets bar meets distillery at High Bank in Grandview.
It’s a sprawling and lofty space that includes an 8,000-square-foot restaurant, plus an arcade and patio, with 14-foot windows that give a glimpse of the stills where organic gin, vodka, and rye are made.
Veritas may get all the attention, but its sister bar on the lobby level of the Citizens building is worth its own spotlight.
A horseshoe-shaped bar and oversized furniture do their best to fill the cavernous former bank lobby with stone and vaulted ceilings.