Need to assist native eating places? Inquisitive about new openings or under-the-radar finds? Listed below are 5 eating places I’m suggesting you do this month!
1. Mehak Indian Kitchen & Bar
Mehak Indian Kitchen & Bar opened this previous fall on town’s northeast facet. Proprietor and chef Ravinder Sharma beforehand labored on the much-loved Aab India, and now he and his household craft quite a lot of North Indian dishes from scratch. “Mehak” means “aroma,” so every meal there’s a feast for the senses.
Mehak Indian Kitchen & Bar
5720 Cleveland Ave.
Columbus, OH 43231
Be taught extra: mehakindiankitchen.com
Led by Argentinian chef Sebastian La Rocca, FYR on the new Hilton tower downtown makes use of live-fire cooking – that means a kitchen centered round a wooden or charcoal grill – to create an interesting menu. You’ll discover all the things from wild mushroom pizzas to salmon ceviche to Amish hen with Oaxacan mole. Don’t miss the good cocktails and wine checklist, too.
404 N. Excessive St.
Columbus, OH 43215
Be taught extra: Sebastian La Rocca Brings FYR to the New Hilton Tower
3. The Peanut Shoppe
Okay, so possibly The Peanut Shoppe isn’t a totally fledged restaurant, however this long-running household owned store (open since 1936!) deserves the eye. They only re-opened after a hiatus and are nonetheless surrounded by building. Search for the neon Planters Peanuts signal at Excessive and State streets downtown, then discover your method in for fresh-roasted nuts, candies, tins of sweets, and extra.
The Peanut Shoppe
21 E. State St.
Columbus, OH 43215
Be taught extra: fb.com/individuals/Peanut-Shoppe-Columbus/100063718805929
4. Mercury Diner
The Mercury Diner not too long ago opened within the former Crest Parsons house. The fashionable diner with retro touches options breakfast and lunch, plus nice espresso, desserts, cocktails, beer, and wine.
621 Parsons Ave.
Columbus, OH 43206
Be taught extra: Mercury Diner Lands within the Former Crest Parsons
5. Mjomii Dessert Home
End the month with just a little dessert! Mjomii joined Bethel Highway this fall, serving house-roasted espresso and scratch-made desserts. Pronounced “myoh-mee,” the cafe attracts on East Asian and European inspirations for its menu of tarts and desserts. However the true home specialty: macarons!
2650 Bethel Rd.
Columbus, OH 43220
Be taught extra: mjomii.com
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