If you're heading out to Columbus Arts Fest this weekend, definitely check out the Savor the Arts with Dine Originals tent. I walked over for lunch today, and everything looked delicious. My pal and I split the Lobster Roll from DeepWood (yum, just the thing for a warm day), a Cubano sandwich from Tasi and a cherry pie-let from DeepWood.

Here's a look at some of the other dishes you can choose from, priced at $5 and $10. So much better than your standard festival food.

Alright, I'm calling it. DeepWood makes the best cherry pie in Columbus. Oh man. It's so good.

More from DeepWood: tomato and mozzarella salad

Shrimp cooking up for G. Michael's famed Shrimp & Grits

Barcelona's Jamon Serrano Bocadillo

Barrio's Ancho Grilled Pork with corn salsa

Barrio's Ancho Grilled Shrimp with pickled cabbage

Mozart's brought a huge spread of desserts, each one prettier than the next. These are Key Lime Tartlets.

Mozart's German chocolate brownies with pecans and coconut

Mozart's Pear Almond Slices

Refectory's creme brulee

Savor the Arts Hours: 11:30 a.m.-8 p.m. Friday-Saturday, 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday