We're already halfway through the second-annual Franklinton Restaurant Week, a neat fundraiser for the United Way of Central Ohio. But there's still time to support United Way and the Franklinton Development Association. The revitalizing neighborhood's restaurants are offering a lunch special each day.

We're already halfway through the second-annual Franklinton Restaurant Week, a neat fundraiser for the United Way of Central Ohio. But there's still time to support United Way and the Franklinton Development Association. The revitalizing neighborhood's restaurants are offering a lunch special each day. Tuesday featured Tommy's Diner, and Wednesday was Phillip's Coney Island.

On Thursday, head to The Florentine, a vintage Italian spot at 907 W. Broad, for all-you-can-eat spaghetti. Proceeds from all spaghetti orders benefit the campaign, or if you're not in the mood for pasta, just make a donation at the front counter.

And on Friday, Milo's Deli (980 W. Broad) will offer up their excellent Milo's Famous Reubens as a daily special, sending a portion of the sandwich proceeds to United Way. Milo's makes its Reubens with corned beef, pastrami, turkey, Swiss and sauerkraut, served with Thousand Island on earthy toasted rye. Yum.

For more info, visit franklinton.org.

(Jodi Miller photo)