Dining

Restaurant Review: The Guild House

Something special is happening at Cameron Mitchell’s chic new Short North spot The Guild House.

A Mix of Sweet and Sour at Acre, Clintonville’s Healthy Fast-Food Joint

Finding food that’s quick, convenient and healthy is much harder than it should be. So when Acre opened last November, I was intrigued by the restaurant’s farm-to-table-meets-fast-food approach.

Rum’s Back, and It’s Better This Time

Think rum’s not for you? Think again. Rum can be funky, earthy, nutty, spicy, sipped neat, aged in barrels—the list goes on. Here are three ways to get on the rum train.

What to Pair with Lineage Brewing’s Beers

From the start, the partners behind Lineage Brewing aimed to offer a hyper-seasonal, never-stagnant beer menu—which is exactly what you’ll find at their airy Clintonville taproom. Brewery operations manager Mike Byrne shares his top three brews to drink this month, plus the perfect food pairing for each.

What to Try at Delaware’s 12 West (Hint: Tacos)

Before a December fire shuttered 12 West, the Delaware eatery was a polished neighborhood joint serving better-than-average Southwest-meets-Midwest fare. The forced furlough gave the restaurant an opportunity few newbies get—dedicated time to evaluate, tweak and perfect dishes.

One-Trick Ponies? Rating Columbus’ One-Dish Eateries

There are restaurants, and then there are concepts: polarizing eateries that have a shtick, sticking to one familiar dish or ingredient with a twist. Does it pay to diversify? Here, we put six dish-centric spots to the test.