In its heyday, Spanish fusion restaurant Barcelona was one of the hottest spots in Columbus. Almost 20 years and a chef change later, it’s still a worthy destination.
If ever there was a place that epitomized the term “granola,” the Clintonville Community Market would be it. Fair-trade coffee, free-range eggs, organic this, local that—it’s a low-frills corner store made by and for people who want to know where their food comes from.
House beers aren’t the only new digs on tap at Knotty Pine Brewing.
Negroni Week returns to Columbus from June 1 to 7, with more than 60 participating bars and restaurants in the city and surrounding ’burbs.