Just upriver from downtown, Confluence Park Restaurant has a number of things working in its favor. Its location at the confluence of two rivers affords it sweeping views of the Columbus cityscape. Someone in the kitchen has an affinity for Kobe beef, meaning diners are always well fed. Then there's the Sunset Dinner, an early-bird deal of sorts, wherein patrons watch the sunset and wash it down with a multicourse meal for one low price. Call for reservations and hours.
M is home to some of the finest contemporary dining in Columbus. Constantly evolving menus draw from the best practices in American, European and Asian kitchens, resulting in dinners that delight the palate as well as the intellect and the wanderlust muscle. The wine list is robust, holding its own against the exciting entrees coming out of the kitchen. The atmosphere is similarly dramatic, with high ceilings and finely tuned lighting. See website for menu, drink menu, wine list, event announcements, sister-restaurant info and more.
This little eatery/drinkery specializes in taking the old and spicing it up with a dash of the new. It's housed in a positively ancient space, and it's decked out in dark tones and weird old kitsch. But its energy is very modern, thanks in part to the kitchen. The blueprint is classic pub fare, but diners are given some interesting options like subbing eggplant fries for french fries as a side next to your hearty tuna sandwich. The drinks menu is the same story: lots of classics with unique little twists and catchy Columbus-centric names (Route 40 Shorty, anyone? Or maybe a Jungle Jack Hanna). See website for menus, blog, merch and sister-retsaurant info.
Gordon Biersch took off at the height of the microbrewery craze. First launched in California, this high-end chain found a fine formula and stuck to it. By combining craftbrewed German-style lagers with a tempting menu of slightly scaled-up pub grub, the place built a large following. Today, it's a trusted name, and you can find outposts across the United States. The Columbus branch is located in the heart of the Arena District, so it's always full of people and activity. See website for menus, beer details and locations nationwide.
Ruth's Chris Steakhouse welcomes you to a warm and comfortable interior, furnished with rich, dark wood and elegant fixtures. The steaks are fine-aged, corn-fed USDA prime beef, broiled at 1,800 degrees. Enticing seasonal delicacies, such as foie gras, are also available. Take your pick from the extensive list of over 100 domestic and imported wines to compliment your meal, and if you have enough room, try to squeeze in one of the delicious desserts!
310 South High Street Westin Columbus Columbus, OH 43215
High Street Grill is an American restaurant located in the historic Westin Columbus. They serve breakfast and lunch on all days and dinner is served only Southern Theater Show Nights. You will love their signature Super Food Breakfasts such as blueberry orange pancakes and malted Belgian waffle which will just energize you for the day. If you are there for lunch, do try the house favorites such as the delicious house corned beef hash or the decadent poached egg & salmon Benedict. High Street Grill serves classic American comfort food with a culinary twist to relish your palate. You will only feel welcomed and pampered here. Dinner is served only on show nights.
Due Amici in Italian means two friends, this cozy Italian restaurant is a great place to have company along. The entire restaurant from the bar and lounge area to the dining area has a touch of intimacy. The menu is traditional yet modern Italian cuisine. The hardwood floors, exposed brick and low lighting in the restaurant gives it a old worldly charm that will just envelope you in its arms. Great taste at affordable price has made Due Amici gather a good fan following. Whether it is a private event, a casual luncheon/dinner, a business meeting or whatever be the occasion, Due Amici is a wonderful place to be in. Or just enjoy with your mates their house inspired vodkas with the appetizers. Cin Cin!
679 West Spring Street Confluence Park Columbus, OH 43215
Are you tired of eating at over-the-top, loud and noisy places? Then The River Club, lulling sweetly and quietly in the arms of the Confluence Park is the place you would love to go to. This chic and elegant diner offers beautiful surrounding view, great ambiance with dim lights and crisp table laid out, apart from its tongue tantalizing cuisine. However, the place is best known among its patrons for its outdoor rental option which often hosts weddings and other private celebrations. This place is open from Wednesday to Saturday at 5pm. If you plan to dine here, ensure that you book your table well in advance, for they do not take in guests unless you have a reservation.
This authentic Italian restaurant chain features hearty portions to share with the whole family. Come in and relax over a glass of wine and your favorite pasta dish. The Spaghetti Warehouse also offers catering for all of your special occasion's needs.
You can find a little bit of New York and Southern fare in Columbus at the Flatiron Bar and Diner. In fact, the building resembles the famous Flatiron building in New York. Enjoy mouth-watering barbecue and Cajun/ Creole cuisine, followed by American Apple Pie for desert.
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