About Columbus

Columbus's various neighborhoods tell the story of a classic city, one built in peace and tested in war, and every inch a tribute to the innovations and aspirations of generations past and still to come. Columbus is a city of many districts, but the best of them are linked by one convenient boulevard, High Street. High runs north to south and for all intents and purposes dictates where is the action is.

Downtown

Its downtown makes abundantly clear that Columbus is a capital city. Skyscrapers young and old surround the imposing Ohio Statehouse, as hotels surround the nearby Greater Columbus Convention Center. Interspersed among it all are great places to eat, drink and play.

Within Downtown, there are a couple of important sub-districts. The Arena District is the first, encompassing the series of blocks adjacent to Nationwide Arena, home of the NHL Columbus Blue Jackets. While the hockey fans in your party watch hockey, the rest can hit up North Market, an epic indoor food market home to vendors offering everything from mango lassi to fresh seafood.

The Discovery District (known in some circles as "The Disco") is a rare locale not located on or adjacent to High Street. It is home to a number of museums and historic places, from the Columbus College of Art and Design to the Columbus Metro Library. The Columbus Topiary Garden at Old Deaf School Park is a wonder to behold, though one wonders how it is that the sculpted shrubbery remain untouched by the hands of creative vandals looking to make a statement. Perhaps Ohio is just that idyllic.

If you head east to the Scioto River, you can spend hours enjoying the Columbus riverfront. Battelle Riverfront Park hosts a floating replica of Christopher Columbus's Santa Maria, and across the bridge is COSI, a colossal facility devoted to science and learning. Anywhere along the way would make a nice picnic spot.

German Village

German Village is preserved history at its best. Absent is the cutesy sugar coating seen elsewhere, and nothing is roped off or under glass. It is an old neighborhood still vibrant thanks to new generations and new endeavors, but the cobblestones and petite residences and community gardens remain. German culture is very much alive at bakeries like Juergen's and sausage houses like Schmidt's, though contemporary elements have crept in, in the form of galleries, tapas joints and coffee shops.

Wandering the avenues and alleyways here could keep one occupied for hours, what with every single house being adorable in its own special way, and surprises lurking around each corner (a restaurant here, a neighborhood bar there). That said, take some time to sit back and relax awhile at Schiller Park. It's got playgrounds, rolling hills and colorful flowerbeds galore.

Short North

This is the arts district responsible for Columbus's being known as "The Arch City." Fine steel arches span High Street at intervals, providing light at night and old-Americana charm always. Pubs, bistros and galleries line the walk, though there's a White Castle too if one is looking to mix in a little lowbrow.

Just off the main drag is the very inviting Goodale Park, with paths and ducks and a lily-padded lake.

Ohio State University

Also located right along High Street, the university area aggregates a special mix of attractions. Businesses and dining here are largely aimed at students, so expect to see a gaggle of record stores and an endless parade of bars and cheap eateries. Countering that is the Wexner Center for the Arts, a bastion of art and culture located on the campus itself. And of course, there's Ohio Stadium, site of so many past (and hopefully future) football glories.

Outlying Areas

Even when you get far enough north that Downtown Columbus is a distant memory, most everything good is still on High Street. Little townships like Clintonville and Worthington have personalities all their own, with shops and restaurants worthy of the trek up from town.  

That being said, it must be noted that life off High Street does in fact exist. West of town is the largely residential Grandview Heights, home to one of a pair of Drexel Movie Theatres, so beloved by fans of independent and foreign cinema. East of town, past Franklin Park and its lively conservatory, is Bexley, home of the other Drexel and a slew of charming neighborhood diners and shops. Past Bexley is Whitehall, site of perhaps the world's first major shopping center. Due north is Easton Town Center, a shopping center so major it has three big-name hotels lining its perimeter.

  • Franklin County Veterans Memorial

    300 West Broad Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 221 4341
    Trade shows, festivals, meetings, concerts, sporting events, weddings -- take your pick, FCVM hosts them all. The auditorium is a 3,900 seater, fully furnished arena. Famous stars, such as Elvis Presley, Bruce Sprinsteen and Bob Dylan have performed here.
  • Palace Theater

    34 West Broad Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 469 1331
    The Palace Theater has a distinctive French style, designed keeping in mind France's Palais de Versailles, and is located at the base of the LeVeque Tower on Broad Street. The theater is breathtakingly beautiful with a grand staircase, mural, a fountain and a grand chandelier. The theater's acoustics are rumored to be among one of the best; it seats up to 2827 people and you can be assured of a splendid view, no matter where you are seated.
  • Ohio Statehouse

    60 East State Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 728 2695
    Sprawled across a big city block in the center of Downtown Columbus, the Ohio Statehouse is a shining beacon of history and culture. Guided and self-guided tours are available daily, and either way you'll be treated to a leisurely stroll through hallowed halls, past antique paintings and sculptures. You might even get a peek at the legislative process in action!
  • Greater Columbus Convention Center

    400 N High Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 827 2500
    The Greater Columbus Convention Center, perched at the northern end of downtown, hosts all manner of conventions and conferences. The facility itself is striking, both outside and in. Its High Street facade is a testament to the marvel of modern design, and its interiors are organized in such a manner as to allow every event attendee easy access to that which they seek.
  • Columbus Metro Library

    96 S Grant Avenue Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 645 2275
    The main branch of the Columbus Metro Library is many things. First and foremost, it is a library, providing the people of the city with the material they need to better themselves. Second, it is a stunning historic building, worthy of placement in a period film about a smart-looking library. Finally, it is am inviting event space, hosting an array of programming throughout the year, some aimed exclusively at children, some aimed at the general public.
  • Columbus Topiary Garden at Old Deaf School Park

    480 East Town Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 645 0197
    The Columbus Topiary Garden is a topiary garden unlike any other. Whereas the average topiary garden collects a bunch of random figures doing random things, this one is a unified work. It recreates Georges Seurat's classic painting ‘A Sunday on the Island of La Grand Jatte’ in three dimensional shrubberies. Each life-size (if not larger) figure plays the part of a figure in the painting, and it is marvelous. An on-site museum will fill you in on the history of the park, the Old Deaf School, and the surrounding neighborhood. Hours are daily from sunrise to sunset.
  • Battelle Riverfront Park

    25 Marconi Boulevard Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 645 2489
    Downtown Columbus has a riverfront to rival that of every other river city. It is a largely undeveloped one, but nicely landscaped paths and gardens line its banks throughout Battelle Riverfront Park, making for great picnicking and leisure. If it's a nice day for boating, there's a boat launch and some docks at the disposal of boaters. There's even a modest amphitheater at which to hold events.
  • Santa Maria (The)

    25 Marconi Boulevard Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 645 8760
    Located off the dock at Battelle Riverfront Park, The Santa Maria is an exact replica of one of the original trio of sailing ships used by Christopher Columbus and his crew on their first voyage to the New World. Visitors are invited to come aboard and enjoy period amenities (tools, games and more), informative exhibits and the romance of the high seas. Check the website for more details.
  • Schiller Park

    1069 Jaeger Street Columbus, OH 43206 United States - Phone: +1 614 645 3300
    Named for a beloved German poet and dramatist, Schiller Park is a central meeting place for denizens of German Village. A landscaped and flower-bedded expanse taking up several city blocks, there's room for picnickers, walkers, joggers and more, as well as top-notch facilities such as a basketball court, rec center, tennis court, fishing pond, baseball diamond. And Herr Schiller surely would have appreciated that Schiller Park is also home to the Actor's Summer Theater, where local companies stage productions when the weather's right.
  • Goodale Park

    120 W Goodale Boulevard Columbus, OH 43212 United States - Phone: +1 614 645 3300
    Just a block off the action of the Short North section of High Street, Goodale Park is an inviting place to sit back and relax. The pond, with its fountain and gazebo, is the centerpiece, with folks lounging along its banks and kids playing at the edge of the water. Winding pathways throughout the park see a lot of use as well. There are baseball diamonds and a basketball court for those in need of a bit of organized sport.
  • Franklin Park

    1755 E Broad Street Columbus, OH 43203 United States - Phone: +1 614 645 3300
    Franklin Park is best known for its famous conservatory, but there's lots more going on here as well. Firstly, it's a vast place. One could get lost wandering its paths for hours. There are open fields and groves of trees galore, as well as a creek complete with a baby waterfall. Some spillover from the conservatory means there are colorful flowers here and there, and the occasional piece of intriguing public art. Franklin Park's distance from the city means it's rare to find a crowd here, so if you need a quiet place for an introspective walk, or a guaranteed large chunk of open space for a well-attended birthday party or other function, this is the spot.
  • Franklin Park Conservatory & Chihuly Collection

    1777 East Broad Street Columbus, OH 43203 United States - Phone: +1 614 645 8733
    The Franklin Park Conservatory is an institution. Serving Columbus residents and visitors since 1895, it has always been home to a premiere collection of exotic flora. The place has changed with the times, however, opening facilities for other educational and entertainment-oriented events. Today, it's famous not only for its plants, but also for its James Turrell light installation and its Dale Chihuly glass exhibition. Throughout the year, the conservatory hosts an ongoing series of special events, some aimed at the science-minded set, others more like an unabashed party. See website for complete visitor details and events calendar.
  • Easton Town Center

    160 Easton Town Center Columbus, OH 43219 United States - Phone: +1 614 416 7000
    Easton Town Center takes retail to a whole new level. Some developers set their sites on a plot of land outside the city, but instead of putting up a regular old mall, they decided to build a small town. They did, complete with a town square, a town fountain, little streets zigzagging through small city blocks. But instead of local businesses and residential buildings lining those streets, it's mall shops, mall eateries, and mall entertainment. All the cosmetic touches are there, from cute little building facades to cute little old-timey police cars providing security. And there are three major hotels on the outskirts of "town" so that shoppers can truly immerse themselves in this little bubble. See website for complete business listing.
  • Short North Arts District

    West 1st Avenue and North High Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 299 8050
    Short North Arts District is a buzzing neighborhood famous for its penchant for art and art lovers. Art enthusiasts and amateurs will love visiting Short North on the first Saturday of each month for their Gallery Hop Festival. Visit a plethora of galleries and meet popular artists or simply keep an eye out for the wide range of fun activities and events that are organized for locals and tourists alike. Sample mouthwatering cuisines at one of the eateries located here and be transported to a whole new world! Check website for more details.
  • Kelton House Museum & Garden

    586 E Town Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 464 2022
    Historic Kelton House is an actual physical relic of a bygone era, restored to its original grandeur and open to all so that John and Jane Q. Public might venture a journey into the past. The Kelton Family were Columbus society at its finest, and as such they amassed an immaculate collection of period furniture and other items, and cataloged via scrapbook and diary the details of daily life in the 1800s. All of this and more is on view, as well as a lush garden out back. What's more, this one-time stop on the Underground Railroad is said to be haunted. Beware! See website for further history and complete visitor details.
  • Columbus Zoo and Aquarium

    4850 West Powell Road Powell, OH 43065 United States - Phone: +1 614 645 3550
    The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is that rare zoological institution whose most famous face is that of a human. Jungle Jack Hanna has ferried many a wild beast up to the most hallowed stages in late-night television. That said, the Columbus Zoo is where he's most at home, surrounded by lions, bison, tigers, elephants, eagles, bears, rhinos, prairie dogs, bobcats, sharks, bonobos, pythons, clownfish, koalas, cougars, frogs, pronghorn, timber wolves, manatees, wolverines and more. Hanna's celebrity makes for ample funding, so the animals' habitats and other zoo exhibits are finely crafted and a wonder to behold. See website for interactive displays, visitation recommendations and more.
  • Harrison West Park

    447 W 4th Avenue Columbus, OH 43201 United States - Phone: +1 614 645 3300
    Located on the outer edge of the Victorian Village area, Harrison West Park is a modest little neighborhood park. There's a playground and several nice spots to sit and take a breather. Size wise, it's about a third of an acre, but more than its share of expert landscaping is crammed onto the small plot.
  • Zoombezi Bay Waterpark

    4850 West Powell Road Powell, OH 43065 United States - Phone: +1 800 666 5397
    Zoombezi Bay is home to some 15 water slides for the whole family to enjoy, sporting various heights, distances, and speeds. There are also several "rivers" and pools to choose from that cater to kids and grown kids of all ages. The activities here are suited to various types of activity, from climbing to sliding and guests can even rent private cabanas and purchase food, drink, swimwear, and anything else they may need for their day at the water park. Please note that Zoombezi Bay is open only during summer months. Check website for hours by season.
  • Roscoe Village

    600 North Whitewoman Street Coshocton, OH 43812 United States - Phone: +1 800 877 1830 (Toll Free) /+1 740 622 9310
    Historic Roscoe Village, the pet project of Coshocton's own inventor and entrepreneur Edward Montgomery and his wife Frances, is a charmingly picturesque trip back to the Ohio of the 19th century. The restored village is home to numerous quaint shops, restaurants, and even a museum that houses items made by Ohio's natives, as well as those made by many other cultures. As you walk through the lovingly-maintained gardens here, be sure to check out the replica of an old-fashioned canal boat, and sign the kids up for one of the many craft activities.
  • Thurber House

    77 Jefferson Avenue Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: + 1 614 464 1032
    The mission of Thurber House is to "celebrate the written word for the education and entertainment of the broadest possible audience and to continue Thurber's legacy of humor." The gentleman this mission refers to is James Thurber, the humorist and cartoonist famous for his genre-transcending witticisms. Thurber House, located in the college-age home of the writer, is both a non-profit center promoting literacy and a museum of the writer's life and materials. The first two floors of the home are open for daily tours and, in the spirit of truly knowing the Thurber legacy, guests are encouraged to touch many items in the home.
  • Park of Roses

    3901 North High Street Clintonville, OH 43214 United States - Phone: + 1 614 645 3350
    The idea for the Park of Roses was conceived in 1951 when members of two different rose clubs teamed up to share their love for roses with the rest of Ohio. The Park, planted in Whetstone Park, opened in June 1953 and continues to host the Columbus Rose Festival every June. There are 11,000 rose bushes in the park, of 350 varieties, as well as other specialized gardens such as the herb garden, perennial garden, and daffodil garden, which houses more than 1,000 varieties of daffodils! Admission to the park is free and it is open every day from dawn to dusk.
  • Genoa Park & Amphitheater

    303 West Broad Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 888 505 9552(Toll Free) /+1 614 241 2226 (Tourist Information)
    Genoa Park & Amphitheater offers respite to weary urban folks right in the heart of the city. This magnificent park is home to a verdant abundance that beckons one and all to sample its visual delights. Genoa Park also doubles up as an amphitheater with ample space for hosting cultural events and performances. Take a walk or follow a nature trail, either way you're sure to have fun with family and friends. Call the Convention Bureau for more details.
  • Lagonda Club Building

    100 East High Street Springfield, OH 45506 United States - Phone: +1 937 322 6281
    The Lagonda Club Building is a historic structure which was established in 1895. The building is an example of the Beaux-Arts style of architecture. It once served as a meeting place and club, but is today rented to various businesses. However it continues to be an attraction and landmark because of its beautiful architecture and rich history.
  • O'Shaughnessy Dam and Bridge

    Glick Road Dublin, OH 43017 United States - Phone: +1 800 945 3543
    The O'Shaughnessy Dam and Bridge is a major source of drinking water for the city of Columbus. Spread over an area of 845 acres (341 hectares), the reservoir also comprises of the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, located near the dam. Picnic areas, boat ramps, docks and rental boat slips are some of the recreational activities available.
  • SegAway Tours of Columbus

    400 North High Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 222 3005
    Enjoy the thrill of riding on a Segway i2 while you discover the charm and history of Columbus.  During this two hour tour you will explore miles of peaceful parkland along the Scioto River, the thriving Short North arts district, the vibrant Arena District and historic downtown.  As you glide, your tour guide will entertain you with fascinating and humorous stories about Ohio’s Capital city.
  • Municipal Building

    South Fountain Avenue Springfield, OH 45246 United States - Phone: +1 513 346 5700 (Tourist Information)
    Standing proud in the heart of Springfield, is the city's Municipal Building, a structure essential to the functioning of the city. It was established in 1888, and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. The Municipal Building was designed by Charles A. Cregar in the Richardsonian Romanesque style, that was typical of the structures in the 1800s.
  • Arena District

    375 North Front Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 857 2330
    Arena District is a popular and bustling hub of entertainment and city living in Columbus. There are a number of venues for live music, sports and other entertainment plus restaurants, bars and hotels, making this a true one-stop destination for a great weekend. Events range from international superstars to indie rock bands, ensuring that the Arena District has something to offer everyone.
  • Brewery District

    500 South Front Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States
    The Columbus Brewery District is a hotspot for a number of popular micro-breweries. The bars are the main attraction but there is plenty of food around to satisfy your appetite as well. The streets are alive with incredible entertainment and excited crowds, making this a fun and lively destination.
  • German Village Society

    588 South Third Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 221 8888
    The historic neighborhood of German Village in Columbus was almost on the verge of decline but to the efforts of a group of like-minded individuals headed by Frank Fetch, who set-out on the task of preserving the heritage. This led to the creation of German Village Society on January 10, 1960, a not-for-profit civic organization. The efforts of this group of volunteers led to preservation of most of the building, private and public spaces, as well as it being inducted into the United States Government's National Register of Historic Places in 1978. The German Village Society, today, is supported by donations and almost a thousand preservationists aiming to further strengthen the neighborhood. The Society also conducts Haus und Garten Tour, a tour that would take you through some of the 1,600 restored structures in the past fifty years. Visit their website to know more about their preservation work and more information.
  • Downtown Columbus

    Off 2 South High Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 221 6623
    Downtown Columbus is a busy and bustling area in Columbus. Also known as the Central Business District of Columbus, it has a plethora of options for fun and entertainment. A cluster of theaters, food joints, bars and clubs await you at Downtown Columbus. You can check out tourist attractions like Southern Theater, Ohio Theater, Nationwide Arena and Ohio State House, Capitol Square. During the festive season, the downtown area is abuzz with locals, tourists hovering around the food stalls or enjoying the various music and dance performances.
  • Ohio Wesleyan University

    61 South Sandusky Street Delaware, OH 43015 United States - Phone: +1 800 922 8953
    Established in 1842, Ohio Wesleyan University is a private liberal arts college. It is located 20 minutes north of Columbus in Delaware, Ohio.
  • A.W. Marion State Park

    20505 Riegel Road Circleville, OH 43113 United States - Phone: +1 740 869 3124
  • Chase Tower

    100 East Broad Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States
  • North Bank Park

    311 West Long Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States
  • Powell Parks and Recreation

    260 Village Park Drive Powell, OH 43065 United States - Phone: +1 614 885 9820
  • Darree Fields Park

    6259 Cosgray Road Dublin, OH 43017 United States - Phone: +1 800 875 0306(Toll Free) /+1 614 766 5390
  • Tar Hollow State Park

    16396 Tar Hollow Road Laurelville, OH 43135 United States - Phone: +1 740 887 4818 / +1 866 644 6727 (Toll Free)
  • Alum Creek State Park

    3615 South Old State Road Delaware, OH 43015 United States - Phone: +1 740 548 4631 / +1 866 644 6727(Reservations)
  • Ridgewood Park

    5484 Buenos Aires Boulevard Westerville, OH 43081 United States - Phone: +1 614 901 6500
  • Sharon Woods Metropolitan Park

    6911 Cleveland Avenue Westerville, OH 43081 United States - Phone: +1 614 901 6500
  • John W. Galbreath Bicentennial Park

    233 Civic Center Drive Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 645 3300(City Park Council)
    John W. Galbreath Bicentennial Park is one of the many green stretches in the city. What distinguishes it from the rest, is the fact that it is home to the Scioto Mile Fountain. This fountain is a venture of American Electric Power and the sights of colorful water jets forming attractive shapes is truly pleasing to the eyes. Kids and adults alike enjoy this visual treat. Apart from that, it also has an on-site restaurant and a Pavilion that hosts variety of events and gigs.
  • The Ohio State University

    North High Street & West Woodruff Avenue Columbus, OH 43210 United States - Phone: +1 614 292 3030
    Ohio State University, established in 1870, is one of the largest and most prestigious universities in the country. It boasts numerous faculties and prides itself on its academic excellence and cultural diversity. It truly justifies its motto “Education for Citizenship” by shaping its pupils into outstanding global citizens.
  • Scioto Mile Park

    233 Civic Center Drive Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 645 7995

    Scioto Mile Park is an urban paradise located in the heart of downtown Columbus. Beautiful fountains provide a relaxing atmosphere and seating throughout the park allows visitors to stop and rest for a little while. The view of the city is uniquely beautiful and the atmosphere is perfect for a romantic stroll or a family picnic.

  • Via Vecchia Winery

    485 South Front Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 893 5455
    Via Vecchia Winery is a sophisticated winery located in the Columbus Brewery District. The high quality wine is crafted from grapes shipped from California, creating rich flavors and smooth textures. This is the most popular winery in Columbus and it boasts a beautiful setting that is often the venue for weddings.
  • Camelot Cellars

    958 North High Street Columbus, OH 43201 United States - Phone: +1 614 441 8860
    Wine-making is an avid art-form at Camelot Cellars, owned by fourth generation connoisseur, Janine Aquino. Choose from an extensive array of home-grown wine and flight alternatives enjoyed best with fresh salads, artisan meat and cheese platters on offer. A towering floor-to-ceiling cellar, exposed brick walls and vintage chandeliers make for a rustic yet contemporary backdrop, evident of its mission to retain the vibe of an old-school winery yet have an urban feel. Don't miss occasional tastings, workshops, cultural events and the rare opportunity to brew your own version. It's no surprise Camelot takes home the most medals at Ohio's wine Olympics of sorts.
  • Igloo Letterpress

    39 West New England Columbus, OH 43085 United States - Phone: +1 614 787 5528
    Igloo Letterpress provides a near-extinct service to residents of Worthington and the Greater Columbus Area, hand-crafting beautiful designs using traditional letterpress equipment. Founder Allison Chapman got her start in her grandfather's print shop, the machines of which now comprise Igloo's entire inventory of printing machines. Chapman, who boasts ten years of experience as an instructor and education director at the Minnesota Center for Book Arts, is on hand to sell her custom wares, help guests create the perfect printed item, or facilitate the open studio sessions that allow guests to get their hands dirty (and inky) and make a personalized souvenir. Featuring business cards, invitations, mailers, bookbinding and more, Igloo Letterpress is a must visit in order to keep this endangered artisan craft up and running. 
  • Maria Stein Shrine of the Holy Relics

    2291 St. Johns Road Maria Stein, OH 45860 United States - Phone: +1 419 925 4532
    On the National Register of Historic Places, the Maria Stein Shrine of Holy Relics is a must visit when in the city. This iconic shrine is home to one of the largest collections of relics in the nation. It was established in 1875 and curated by the Sisters at Maria Stein. Over 1100 pieces of three classes of relics include the saint’s body part or bone piece, clothing or belongings, and items touched by the saint respectively. The convent also hosts rotating exhibitions on related subjects.
  • Hartman's Rock Garden

    1905 Russell Avenue Springfield, OH 45506 United States
    Open everyday from sunrise to sunset, the Hartman Rock Garden showcases the culture and traditional art of the local community. A sculpture park, it is filled with replicas of men and women made entirely out of rock. One can come across a stone castle, a White House and a specimen of the Philadelphia Independence Hall among the works of art. Originally built by HG Hartman or Ben in 1932, it is today looked after by a volunteer group.
  • Pataskala United Methodist Church

    458 South Main Street Pataskala, OH 43062 United States - Phone: +1 740 927 2856
    Built in 1897, this historic church believes that it is a place where people get to know and serve others selflessly. The mission of this church is to change the hearts and lives of people by sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ. This beautifully-built Gothic Revival structure is a landmark in the city.
  • Alligator Effigy Mound

    Bryn Du Drive Granville, OH 43023 United States - Phone: +1 740 587 0707
    A major attraction of the Granville area, the Alligator Mound was built by the prehistoric settlers of Ohio. Rather than an alligator, this sculpture or mound signifies a panther or a four legged animal. Added to the National Register of Historic Places, it comes under the purview of Licking County Historical Society.
  • Bergstresser/ Dietz Covered Bridge

    Washington Street Canal Winchester, OH 43110 United States
    The Bergstresser/Dietz Covered Bridge stretches across the Little Walnut Creek, and though it is not open to vehicular traffic, pedestrians can access it.
  • Hopewell Culture National Historical Park

    State Route 104 Chillicothe, OH 45601 United States - Phone: +1 740 774 1126
    The Mound City Group National Monument is a historic park consisting of five sites within its landscape. It includes historical and archaeological resources that represent the culture and heritage of the city. A feature on the National Register of Historic Places, the visitors center features artifacts and exhibits, and also offers guided tours.
  • Saint Joseph's Church

    5757 State Route 383 North East Somerset, OH 43783 United States - Phone: +1 740 743 1317
    Saint Joseph's Catholic Church is the pioneering Catholic church in Ohio. It was built in 1843 and illustrates the Gothic and Victorian Revival styles of architecture. This historic church hosts weekly mass, services and vigils. It features on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Harding Tomb

    Vernon Heights Boulevard Marion, OH 43302 United States - Phone: +1 740 387 9630

    Lying in Marion, Ohio, is the the place where Warren G. Harding, the 29th President of the United States and First Lady Florence Kling Harding were buried. Constructed in 1927, the white marble structure resembles a Greek temple and was designed by Henry Hornbostel. The memorial is now owned by the Ohio Historical Society and is open to everyone, free of cost. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.

  • Ellis Mounds

    Hillview Road Marysville, OH 43040 United States
    Spread over 2 acres (0.81 hectares) of land the Ellis Mounds is a complex that features the Native American elevation of the earth. Significant as it is, the mound here reveals the information about the culture of Hopewell. This mound is said to be built by the Hopewell people and their well known culture is reflected in this mound where it reveal great facts about the area and the culture which is absolutely stunning. 

  • Elmwood Place

    State Route 161 Irwin, OH 43029 United States
    Architecturally known as one of the most stunning structures, the Elmwood Place is a farmhouse. The large brick building with detailing of Italian style, beautifully arched windows and doors and the amazing interior all adds to the beauty of the structure. Along with the farmhouse, it comprises of a carriage house, large barn, two small sheds, and a cottage which is generally used by the people living on rent. 

  • First United Methodist Church

    52 North Main Street London, OH 43140 United States - Phone: +1 740 852 0462
    The famed First United Methodist Church is a monumental congregation of the distinguished United Methodist Church. It is situated in downtown London, Ohio in United States. The structure was built in 1894 and with its oozing historic significance, it has been added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1996. It is a massive model of the Gothic Revival and the Jacobean Revival style of architecture. Encompassing a land area of less than an acre, the church works continually to help the individuals in the various areas in life and spirituality. 
  • Saint Philip's Episcopal Church

    129 West Mound Street Circleville, OH 43113 United States - Phone: +1 740 474 4525
    The ancient historic church, St. Philip's Episcopal Church was built in 1866. It is precisely located at 129 West Mound Street in Cicleville, Ohio. It is a stone building and finely exemplifies the Gothic and Tudor Revival styles of architecture. It welcomes individuals from all backgrounds, traditions and strata. It stands in the capacity of a house of prayer and the church management strives hard to work towards the spiritual and overall growth of all worshipers. The site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. 
  • Samuel Smith House and Tannery

    103 Jefferson Street Greenfield, OH 45123 United States - Phone: +1 937 509 6058(Tourist Information)
    The Samuel Smith House and Tannery is an eminent site in the region of Greenfield in Ohio. The house was constructed in 1821 and is a brilliant structure. It stands registered on the National Register of Historic Places and is an accurate example of a Federal style home. Also, the on-site tannery building features vintage objects that were used in the bygone era.
  • St. Paul AME Church

    316 East Market Street Urbana, OH 43078 United States - Phone: +1 937 653 5384
    The St. Paul's African Methodist Episcopal is a simple styled historic church built in 1876. Constructed with a mix of Mid 19th Century Revival and Greek Revival styles, the church has undergone restorations in the past. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places owing to it architectural significance and contribution to the area's local history. The church is an active one and holds regular services.
  • St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church

    27 North Wittenberg Avenue Springfield, OH 45502 United States - Phone: +1 937 323 7508
    St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church, or St. John's Evangelical German Lutheran Church is a historic church in Springfield, Ohio. Built in 1897 by Charles A. Cregar, the church is a great example of Romanesque architecture with stone exteriors, turrets and an extensive rose window. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2006.
  • St. Mary's Delaware Catholic Church

    82 East William Street Delaware, OH 43015 United States - Phone: +1 740 363 4641

    The St. Mary's Delaware Catholic Church is a historic church located in Delaware, Ohio. This Roman Catholic church was built in 1886 by Bourner and Phillips, and features Gothic Revival architecture influences. The red brick structure also includes a steeple with a clock and a turret. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.

  • Temperance Row Historic District

    Temperance Row Historic District Westerville, OH 43081 United States
    The Temperance Row Historic District is located at Westerville, Ohio. In the year 1909, it came into prominence owing to the Anti-Saloon League of America (ASLA) headquarters that were based here. People and leaders associated with ASLA had their homes in this region.
  • Bryn Du Mansion

    537 Jones Road Granville, OH 43023 United States - Phone: +1 740 587 7053
    The Italianate Villa styled sandstone structure built by Henry D. Wright in 1865 became the McCune’s Villa when Jonas McCune bought the property soon after its construction. This historical mansion is also included in the National Register of Historic Places. Also, known as the Bryn Du Mansion, the estate is now a venue for community events.
  • Harding Home (The)

    380 Mount Vernon Avenue Marion, OH 43302 United States - Phone: +1 800 600 6894(Toll Free)
    The home of Warren G. Harding, the former president of the United States was built in 1890s. It is from here, where Harding launched his extensive presidential campaign. The Harding Home is now managed by the Ohio Historical Society and serves as a memorial and a museum.
  • Wayne National Forest

    Central Street New Straitsville, OH 43766 United States - Phone: +1 740 753 0101
    The Wayne National Forest is nestled in the Ohio State of U.S, and the entire site comprehensively encompasses a mammoth land cover. At this forest, you can indulge in various activities like horseback riding, hiking and so forth.
  • Piatt Castles

    Township Road 47 West Liberty, OH 43357 United States - Phone: +1 937 465 2821
    The elegant site of Piatt Castles was constructed in 1864. The structuring and building of the Castles was done by the Piatt brothers, namely Donn and Abraham S.  Piatt. They stand eloquent as two chateaux buildings and are fine examples of the Gothic style of architecture. The ancient castles carry great historical significance and are opened to the general public. The site stands listed on the National Register of Historic Places. 
  • Story Mound

    Hillside Avenue Columbus, OH 45233 United States - Phone: +1 614 297 2300 / +1 800 686 1530
    The The Story Mound is a historic Native American mound having an area of 0.5 acre (0.20 hectare). No archaeological excavation has been carried at the mound, however conclusions have been made that it belongs to the Adena culture. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1975 owing to its historical background.
  • Highbanks Metropark

    East Powell Road Columbus, OH 43035 United States
    Come and visit the Highbanks Metropolitan Park Mounds I and II and view the outstanding examples of the beach maple, wood forests, oaks, hikes, parks, trails, an an overview of the native American history. Along with the natural beauties, the park feature burial grounds and observational trails. The place is serene and tranquil and features activities like fishing, canoeing, picnicking, and also nature programs.

  • Grandview Cemetery

    300 Brookside Road Chillicothe, OH 45601 United States
    The Grandview Cemetery is a historic cemetery located on the outskirts of Chillicothe, Ohio. Built in 1845, the cemetery has been the final resting place for a number of notable personalities such as Edwin H. Davis, the archaeologist, politician Edward Tiffin, cartoonist Noel Sickles and many more. The cemetery also provides unhindered views of the city of Chillicothe.
  • Green Lawn Abbey

    700 Greenlawn Avenue Columbus, OH 43223 United States - Phone: +1 614 602 2239
    Built in 1927, this beautiful mausoleum was one of the largest of its time. Built in the Classical Revival style, the structure features lavish use of granite and marble. A prominent feature of this structure are the 59 stunning stained glass windows that were designed by a prominent local craftsman in the era. With space for 600, Green Lawn Abbey was a lavish final resting place for the city's elite.
  • Magic Mountain Fun Center - Polaris

    8350 Lyra Drive Columbus, OH 43240 United States - Phone: +1 614 840 9600
    The Polaris Magic Mountain Fun Center is an incredible place for families to spend some good, quality time together. Ride and attractions include go-karts, laser tag and bumper boats, plus a video arcade. This venue also offers special deals for birthday parties so you can celebrate in style with all your loved ones.
  • Chadwick Arboretum & Learning Gardens

    2001 Fyffe Court Columbus, OH 43210 United States - Phone: +1 614 688 3479
    Spread across 60 acres (24.28 hectares), Chadwick Arboretum and Learning Gardens is located on the Agricultural Campus of The Ohio State University. Stroll through this expansive green reserve free of charge. Its 17 beautiful gardens are full of hostas, roses, wildflowers, perennials, tropical plants, shrubs and trees. The wide range of flora includes non-native and native species. It is also an environment educational base for those interested in horticulture. Enjoy the Labyrinth walk inspired by the renowned Chartres Cathedral Labyrinth or check out the green roof at Howlett Hall.
  • Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum

    1813 North High Street Columbus, OH 43210 United States - Phone: +1 614 292 0538
    Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum is a one-of-a-kind repository in the world since it has the biggest collection of American comic art and cartoons. It was founded by Lucy Caswell in 1977 as the Milton Caniff Reading Room and had four other former names before settling for the current one in 2009. It is an ode of its famous namesake, one of the greatest American cartoonists in the early 20th-century. Their collection features graphic novels, magazine cartoons, editorial cartoons, sports cartoons, comic books and strips. There are also original manuscripts and art of legends like Walt Kelly, Edwina Dumm, Bill Watterson, Woody Gelman, Winsor McCay and many more. It presently holds a listing of 450,000 original cartoons, 67,000 serials (inclusive of 29,000 comic books), 45,000 books, 3,000 feet (914.4 meters) of palimpsest and 2.5 million comic strip tear sheets and clippings. It is the most extensive research facility recording printed cartoon artwork. The library's open hours differ from the museum's. They are from 9a to 5p every Monday through Friday and on Sundays from 1p to 5p.
  • Slate Run Living Historical Farm

    1375 Winchester Southern Road Canal Winchester, OH 43110 United States - Phone: +1 614 833 1880
    Find out what farm-life was in Ohio more than a century ago at Slate Run Living Historical Farm. It features a restored Gothic-Revival farmhouse dating back to 1856 and the barn that was revived by Amish carpenters. Stroll through the house, barns and gardens to see the costumed staff giving live demonstrations, farming with draft horses and working in the house. Be a part of the activities that change according to the season. Animals like the Merino sheep and Poland China hog will keep the kids entertained.
  • Inniswood Metro Gardens

    940 S. Hempstead Road Westerville, OH 43081 United States - Phone: +1 614 895 6216
    Inniswood Metro Gardens is a beautiful oasis where guests can observe the beauty of nature and spend time in peace amongst the many flowers. These gardens are wonderful for people of any age, children and adults alike, with scenic, winding walkways and a picturesque setting. There is also a children's garden in addition to a meditation garden and a rose garden.
  • Hayden Falls

    4335 Hayden Run Road Dublin, OH 43017 United States - Phone: +1 614 645 3300
    Hayden Falls Park is a charming nature getaway in Columbus. Located just off the Scioto River, this park boasts a lovely walkway that leads to a beautiful waterfall. The path doesn't have too many places to stop and rest, so be prepared for more of an active outing when spending the day at Hayden Falls Park.
  • Battelle Darby Creek Metro Park

    1775 Darby Creek Drive Galloway, OH 43119 United States
    Battelle Darby Creek Metro Park is a beautiful park in Galloway, Ohio, with miles of trails stretching over hills and winding through scenic settings. A wide variety of wildlife calls this park its home but if you have trouble spotting the resident deer and woodpeckers, stop in at the Nature Center for a closer look at some native wildlife and to learn more about the animals that live here.
  • Ruth's Chris Steak House

    7550 Highcross Boulevard Columbus, OH 43235 United States - Phone: +1 614 885 2910
    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!
  • Alana's Food & Wine

    2333 North High Street Columbus, OH 43202 United States - Phone: +1 614 294 6783
    This restaurant/wine room, run by Chef Alana Shock, is located three blocks from Ohio State University. It serves scrumptious American cuisine with an experimental twist, and the menu changes every day. The summer fare makes use of cucumbers, tomatoes, lettuce, squash, and chicken, while the winter cuisine features tubers, lamb and oxtail. Wine is the other main reason why people head here, and the staff will help you choose a smart food-wine pairing. Vegetarians are taken care of too. Catering services are available.
  • Juergen's Bäckerei & Konditorei

    525 S 4th Street Columbus, OH 43206 United States - Phone: +1 614 224 6858
    Located on a humble street corner in the heart of German Village, Juergen's is a perfect little slice of the old country. They're famous for their breads and pastries (the broetchen is divine), but they've got a serious menu of fuller meals as well. There are omelettes for breakfast, traditional German-style sandwiches for lunch, goulash for dinner, and a variety of strudels and schnitzels. Call for hours.
  • Schmidt's Sausage Haus und Restaurant

    240 E Kossuth Street Columbus, OH 43216 United States - Phone: +1 614 444 6808
    The true German Village experience is nothing without a meal at Schmidt's. Located at the intersection of one tiny cobblestone alleyway and another, this is neighborhood dining at its most charming. Inside, neighbors are laughing and imbibing, to the sounds of clinking steins and an upbeat oompah band. For dinner, you can't go wrong with a sausage platter -- a big, piping-hot link surrounded by kraut and potatoes and apple sauce. To drink, choose from a wide variety of authentic German imports as well as a couple of locally produced German-style lagers. See website for menu, gift shop items and more.
  • Gordon Biersch

    401 N Front Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 246 2900
    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.
  • Tip Top Kitchen and Cocktails

    73 E Gay Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 221 8300
    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.
  • M

    2 Miranova Place Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 629 0000
    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.
  • Confluence Park Restaurant

    659 W Spring Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 469 0000
    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.
  • Old Mohawk

    819 Mohawk Street Columbus, OH 43206 United States - Phone: +1 614 444 7204
    The Old Mohawk is a German Village staple. It sits on an unassuming corner, cobblestone streets out front, itself looking very unassuming. Inside, there's history. The place has been here for decades, keeping locals' thirsts quenched and hungers satisfied. The menu is heavy on sandwiches and soups and other hearty things, and there's a different daily special each day, each one more comforting than the last. The bar is beloved by many a working stiff for its strong drinks and warm atmosphere. See website for menus and more.
  • Barcelona Restaurant & Bar

    263 East Whittier Street Columbus, OH 43206 United States - Phone: +1 614 443 3699
    Like many of the German Village's most cherished restaurants, Barcelona Restaurant & Bar is located on a quiet intersection, nestled amongst cute little bungalows and narrow neighborhood alleyways. Unlike its neighbors, Barcelona makes no nods toward any kind of German heritage. The cuisine is Spanish, with lots of tapas and a few choice entrees. Try local favorites like the Fried Polenta and Grilled Baby Octopus. The wine list is a little more international than the food menu, offering the best Spanish wines right alongside selections from France, California, Italy and even some prime locales in the southern hemisphere. See website for menus, reservation info and more.
  • Bono Pizza

    1717 Northwest Blvd Columbus, OH 43201 United States - Phone: +1 614 906 8646
    Bono Pizza occupies a tiny little space on a quiet little side street. Much of their business is to-go business, so the space is fairly bare bones (and there's no alcohol on offer), but they have a trio of little bistro tables sitting on the sidewalk out front. Grab a seat and peruse the menu of 19 creative specialty pies with intriguing names and even more intriguing ingredient combos. Try the Cherry Bomb with its tomatoes and hot peppers, or the Hulk with its laundry list of green vegetables. For dessert, one item: creme puffs -- 'nuff said.
  • North Star Cafe

    951 N High Street Columbus, OH 43201 United States - Phone: +1 614 298 9999
    Roughly located at Short North's midpoint, North Star Cafe is a centrally located meeting place for locals and travelers alike. The spacious interior and comfy decor make the place as inviting as can be. You order at the counter and your scrumptious food delivered to the table of your choice tout de suite. When the weather's right, that means a spot on the patio, under an umbrella, watching the hustle and bustle of High Street. The menu is full of cheap and easy comfort-food staples like burgers and burritos and big luscious salads, but they're all spiked with unique little twists like brown rice, tofu or a squirt of some kind of zesty sauce. To wash it down, choose from their ample selection of local and regional bottled microbrews.
  • Betty's Fine Food & Spirits

    680 N High Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 228 6191
    Betty's is a funky corner hotspot beloved by students, artists, families and young professionals alike. The food is a more colorful, slightly more international, and therefore more enticing variation on pub grub. There are dyed-in-the-wool classics like the tuna noodle casserole or the meatloaf, plus more modern classics like the veggie burrito or a series of wraps. The drink menu is an unwieldy beast unto itself, full of trippy cocktails and a range of craft brewed beers. See website for full menus and info on Betty's nearby sister establishments.
  • Surly Girl Saloon

    1126 N High Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 294 4900
    Generally, truth in advertising is something to be valued. At Surly Girl, there are conspicuously few surly girls -- or surly anybodies for that matter. Most of the faces at Surly Girl are quite pleasant, for this is a respected neighborhood watering hole and eatery. The food consists of pizzas and sandwiches, and for dessert there's a whole list of specialty cupcakes (also known as "cuppycakes") to choose from. Behind the bar, there's every kind of liquor imaginable, and the gracious staff will turn any of it into a bright shiny cocktail for you, if you so desire. The beer menu is something to behold as well, full as it is of impressive micros from the region and as far away as Petaluma, CA. On select nights, Surly Girl hosts special events such as Punk Rock Aerobics which, as the name suggests, means a bunch of punk girls (and a few boys) in spandex doing jumping jacks to Devo and the Misfits.
  • Las Cazuelas Grill

    2247 N High Street Columbus, OH 43201 United States - Phone: +1 614 884 0755
    Just north of the Ohio State University, there's a strip of ethnic eateries where students or budget-savvy travelers can dine pretty finely on the cheap. Cazuelas is the southernmost, which is fitting because it specializes in grilled lunches and dinners from just a ways south of the border. Burritos, enchiladas, fajitas, tortas, fish entrees, meat entrees, tacos and tamales are the draw, and there're mucho margaritas to wash it all down. See website for menu and more.
  • Blue Nile Ethiopian Restaurant

    2361 N High Street Columbus, OH 13202 United States - Phone: +1 614 421 2323
    Ethiopian cuisine, by virtue of its spicy nature and family-style preparations, makes for some of the best social dining experiences known to mankind. Parties gather round a smallish table, drinking beer and enjoying one another's company. When dinner is served, it is truly an occasion. One colossal dinner plate is placed on the table, on it a patchwork of different curries and stews. Diners use a spongy, pancake-like bread to scoop up bites of goodness, and being that everything's on a communal platter, it's always a race to the finish. Blue Nile is the University area's flagship outpost for Ethiopian, so if an experience like this is what you crave, make your way over. See website for menu and more.
  • Ugly Tuna Saloona

    1546 N High Street Columbus, OH 43201 United States - Phone: +1 614 297 8862
    Right across from a university in central Ohio, one would not expect to find a seafood shack straight outta Ft. Lauderdale, Flordia. Nevertheless, Ugly Tuna Saloona persists. Located right across from the Ohio State University, the place is a double shot of Floridian fun right down your gullet. The menu consists of fish done a ton of ways, from raw shellfish and steamed pots, to grilled mahi and fried crab cakes. The house's namesake swimmer -- tuna -- can be served sandwich-style, taco-style, seared with ginger, or grilled and jerked. A number of non-seafood options are available to appease the squeamish (or allergic), ranging from burgers and sandwiches to steaks and salads. In terms of atmosphere, the Tuna is a party all the time.
  • Cafe Bourbon Street

    2216 Summit Street Columbus, OH 43201 United States - Phone: +1 614 268 9377
    Not far from the glossy sports bars and student hangouts of the university area, Cafe Bourbon Street sits as a dirty little beacon of all that is divey. The walls are covered with grubby old junk. The bathrooms are dirty. Punk bands come from near and far to play before the sauced and grungy crowds here. Long-time local favorites The Feelers even chose Bourbon Street as the site of their swansong performance in August 2008. Drinks-wise, you can't go wrong. Where else can you order a 40-ounce bottle of cheap malt liquor and drink it right there at the bar? See website for schedule of events.
  • Plank's Cafe & Pizzeria

    742 Parsons Avenue Columbus, OH 43206 United States - Phone: +1 614 445 7221
    Located on the far edge of German Village, Plank's serves up hot pizza pies and cold drinks to a platoon of locals every day. They do a fair amount of delivery business as well, but the neighborhood atmosphere makes for a nice place to sit and stay awhile. The space is an ancient brick building that itself kind of looks like a big overgrown pizza furnace. Inside, lighting is dim and spirits are high. Be it lunch hour or happy hour, a gaggle of regulars occupy spots at the bar jawing, imbibing and chowing. Pizzas are big and hearty, just like everything on the menu.
  • Creole Kitchen

    1052 Mt. Vernon Plaza Columbus, OH 43203 United States - Phone: +1 614 372 3333
    For a taste of the bayou right outside downtown Columbus, Creole Kitchen is the place to be. For starters, there are more than half a dozen Po' Boy sandwiches on their menu, from catfish or oyster to blackened steak and a real Muffuletta, any one of which will leave you full for a week. If that ain't enough, there's a whole list of proper entrees as well, including simple classics like red beans and rice or seafood jambalaya, and the house specialty is crawish etouffe. There's andouille everywhere, and you can even get fried gator! Note that Creole Kitchen is take-out only (save for the Chef's Table which must be reserved in advance), so be ready to truck your order to a nearby park for a picnic. See website for menu, catering info and more.
  • Ted's Montana Grill

    191 West Nationwide Boulevard Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: + 1 614 227 0013
    Finally, a restaurant that not only features a mouth watering menu, but one that upholds a philosophy that encourages a healthy and environmentally conscious America. Ted's Montana Grill uses recycled paper for its menus, cups made from cornstarch, paper straws, and other biodegradable items. Co-founder and environmentalist, Ted Turner opened the first restaurant in Columbus, and has since continued to expand throughout the U.S. This classic-authentic American grill features comfort food such as world famous burgers, chicken, and steak.
  • Columbus Brewing Company

    525 Short Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 464 2739
    Your palate will sing with delight as you sit down to have a hearty meal with the perfect beer pairing. The Columbus Brewing Company pride themselves on their seven hand-crafted beers, which go alongside their unique menu items, including wood-fired pizzas. The brewery affords ample parking and accommodations are available for large parties.
  • Tony's Italian Ristorante

    16 West Beck Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 224 8669
    Tony's is a Columbus gem that is not to be passed up over an Italian chain restaurant. Experience classic Italian fare over a glass of wine at one of the longest standing restaurants in Columbus.
  • Elevator Brewery and Draught Haus

    161 North High Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 228 0500
    The Elevator Brewery and Draught Haus is located in the historic Clock Restaurant. Here you will find twelve hand-crafted beers on tap, a full bar, plus a delicious menu to choose from. After a scrumptious meal, challenge a friend to pool or darts all while enjoying the best beer in town.
  • Flatiron Bar and Diner

    129 East Nationwide Boulevard Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 461 0033
    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.
  • The Spaghetti Warehouse

    397 West Broad Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 464 0143
    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.
  • G. Michael's Bistro & Bar

    595 South Third Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 464 0575
    If you are in the mood for a more relaxed-upscale restaurant, then G. Michael's is the place. Yet, do not let the casual atmosphere mislead you, as the talented staff will leave you in awe with their Sautéed Lobster Tail or Honey-Glazed Wild Salmon. To top it off, G. Michael's has an impressive wine list, in addition to a full bar.
  • Katzinger's Delicatessan

    475 South 3rd Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 228 3354
    Not only does Katzinger's come out on top every year for it's delicious sandwiches, but they believe in the best customer service possible to go along with your meal. Established in Columbus' German Village in 1984, Katzinger's Delicatessan has been treating the city to fine meals for over 25 years. Some featured items include corned beef, pastrami, and specialty foods such as the world's finest extra virgin olive oils, aged vinegars, raw milk cheeses, and artisan breads.
  • Lindey's

    169 East Beck Street Columbus, OH 43206 United States - Phone: +1 614 228 4343
    Lindey's offers brunch, lunch, dinner, and is also available for banquets. This upscale restaurant has been voted as one of the top ten restaurants in Columbus. Stop in to marvel at the New York style decor and try one of the appetizing entrees.
  • Haiku Poetic Food and Art

    800 North High Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 294 8168

    Praised as the best sushi in town, Haiku Poetic Food and Art is a creative dining experience. In addition to a great meal, this restaurant also offers live jazz music on the weekends. Stop by for some saki, sushi, and art, and leave with an enlightened sense for Columbus culture.

  • Happy Greek

    660 North High Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 463 1111
    Hailed as the best greek food in Columbus, the Happy Greek also features Greek wines and desserts. The menu offers traditional dishes including award-winning Hummus, Mousaka, Pastitio, Lamb, Seafood and vegetarian entrees.
  • Lemongrass Fusion Bistro

    641 North High Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 224 1414

    The Lemongrass Fusion Bistro does what its name implies, mix and matches some of the best Asian cuisine. In addition, they provide an impressive wine selection to compliment the fusion of asian and pacific foods, such as Hawaiian duck and Pad-Thai. The Lemongrass Fusion Bistro also offers sushi and desserts that you will make room for.

  • Rigsby's Kitchen

    698 North High Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 461 7888
    Rigsby's Kitchen offers Italian fare and fine wines to compliment its Venetian inspired menu. Also, this restaurant often features modern art from local artists. Come sample the creative and savory culinary magic that executive chef Kent Rigsby cooks up for lunch and dinner.
  • ZenCha Tea Salon

    982 North High Street Columbus, OH 43201 United States - Phone: +1 614 421 2140
    Brace yourself for a lesson in tea and culture. This is not your typical tea-bag cup of tea, but a refined and unique tea experience. In addition to the various teas offered from different regions around the world, artisan teapots and instructions on how to brew the perfect cup are available. Stop in, out of the cold, and let the tea transform your senses.
  • Basi Italia

    811 Highland Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 294 7383
    Enjoy the skillful preparations by the expert chef John Dornback at Basi Italia in Columbus. As the name suggests, this upscale eatery specializes in serving Italian food, although it comes with a Mediterranean twist to it. The menu changes seasonally so as to include the locally grown fresh produce. Sit back and relax inside the cozy interior or bask under the sun on the terrace and enjoy the fine creations dished out by the chef. If you are craving a glass of wine while dining, Basi Italia lets you choose from its extensive wine list. While you are at it, partake in its wine tasting sessions and sip on some select Italian wines. Call for reservations and more information.
  • Refectory Restaurant & Bistro

    1092 Bethel Road Columbus, OH 43220 United States - Phone: +1 614 451 9774
    Executive chef Richard Blondin, born and raised in France, brings his heritage and culinary expertise to the kitchen at Refectory Restaurant & Bistro, and amazes guests with delectable flavors of French and American cuisine. Meat and seafood wonderfully blend with sauces and herbs to create flavors that will please the palate. Vegetarian options are also available. While the food is sure to delight guests, Kamal Boulos, founder of Refectory, ensures that guests are cocooned in a warm ambiance and are served well by his amicable staff. Musical nights are often hosted at Refectory Restaurant & Bistro.
  • Worthington Inn (The)

    649 High Street Columbus, OH 43085 United States - Phone: +1 614 885 2600
    The Worthington Inn offers French and American cuisine in the Worthington area of Columbus. The Sunday brunch buffet is one of the restaurant's most popular features, but dinner is a popular here as well. The atmosphere is sophisticated and the classy Victorian-inspired interior makes for an upscale setting for a romantic evening.
  • River Club (The)

    679 West Spring Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 469 0000
    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.
  • Bel-Lago Waterfront Bistro

    170 North Sunbury Road Westerville, OH 43081-1931 United States - Phone: +1 614 891 0200
  • Pistacia Vera

    541 South Third Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 220 9070

    Pistacia Vera is a delicious bakery and cafe in the German Village. This charming shop is especially known for its classic macarons and buttery croissants, but it also produces beautiful cakes and other confections. Pistacia Vera serves breakfast as well, and cultivates a casual coffee shop atmosphere without a hint of upscale bakery pretentiousness. 

  • SideBar 122

    122 East Main Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 228 9041
    This place offers great Mediterranean cuisine along with small-plate dishes inspired by the South American cuisine. Sidebar 122 boasts about its quality in every aspect, from service and food to wine and cocktails. It has a trendy, romantic yet classy ambiance. It also has outdoor seating along with some background music for a relaxed experience.
  • Skillet

    410 East Whittier Street Columbus, OH 43206 United States - Phone: +1 614 443 2266
    This amazing modern diner will never cease to amaze as it serves you reinvented classic American dishes. Manned by a passionate father-son duo, the restaurant has increasingly won the hearts of local foodies. They have a list of mouth-watering sandwiches that includes Porchetta, Smoked Gouda, Shrimp Po'Boyger and many more. Other dishes, such as the Mac & Brisket and the Spiced Lamb Burger are equally tantalizing. The atmosphere is quite relaxed and casual, making the dining experience truly delectable.
  • Milestone 229

    229 Civic Center Drive Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 427 0276
    Lauded as the Best New Restaurant of 2011 by a leading local magazine, Milestone 229 packs a punch with its excellent location and a non-fussy ambiance that makes this a haunt for locals and tourists alike. Located on the Scioto Mile at the Bicentennial Park, this restaurant offers a splendid view of the downtown river as well as the skyline of the city. A perfect place to enjoy the brunch, spread out on the patio and dine on the tasteful preparations of American food by the executive chef Christian Hattemer. You can also hang out at the bar which has an extensive menu comprising cocktails, wines and beers.
  • Cameron's American Bistro

    2185 W. Dublin-Granville Road Columbus, OH 43085 United States - Phone: +1 614 885 3663
    Cameron's American Bistro is a fine dining restaurant in Columbus known for their creative dishes and bringing a taste of the unknown to the local palate. Their products are sourced from many places such as the Scallops from the Bay Area. Duckling from Indiana. Low country shrimp and grits to the local meats and poultry. They also have a gluten-free menu for those allergic to gluten. The menu keeps on changing but the food is always delicious. It is a non smoking restaurant with a full bar service. Cameron's is a local favorite and is a great place to have a wonderful evening with that special someone.
  • Buca di Beppo - Columbus

    343 North Front Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 621 3287
    Buca di Beppo – Columbus is one of the many franchises of Planet Hollywood International Inc. Buca is known for their Italian food and peppy environment. The restaurant gives you a homey feeling the moment you step in and draws you in with all the photo frames adorning the walls. The motto 'sharing is caring' is apt for their food portions as it can be shared by everyone at the table. A great place to be with family and friends to gather around and have a wonderful feast of delicious food, good wine and great company.
  • Due Amici

    67 East Gay Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 224 9373
    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!
  • High Street Grill

    310 South High Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 220 7007
    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.
  • L'Anitbes

    772 North High Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 291 1666
    L'Anitbes is a classy French restaurant serving traditional and contemporary French cuisine. The food is delectable and gorgeous accompanied with good wine. They have two different menus for the regular dining area and the patio dining area, but both are sublime. L'Anitbes has an intimate setting making you want to linger more with that special someone. It is only available for private parties on Sunday and Monday evenings.
  • Martini Modern Italian

    445 North High Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 224 8259
    Martini Modern Italian is a part of the Cameron Mitchell Restaurant chain and is located in the Short North Arts District. The decor is elegant with chandeliers sparkling in the modern, cozy dining area giving it an ethereal glow. Their food is delicious, contemporary Italian cuisine and beautifully presented such as their signature dishes, House Made Mozzarella Cheese and Veal Martini. Martini's has a sophisticated atmosphere drawing from its cosmopolitan locality. The upper level of the restaurant is available for private events during morning and afternoon hours, Monday through Friday. They also have a gluten free and kids menu. You can enjoy the Happy Hour in their bar during weekdays from 4p to 6p. Martini is a true celebration of artistic brilliance.
  • Sushi Rock - Columbus

    570 North High Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 453 1585
    Sushi Rock – Columbus is 'the' place for fresh sushi and prime steaks in The Short North District of Columbus. Known for their award winning Sushi bar, they are equally famed for their premium prime steaks. Sushi Rock gives a chic dining experience with its creative amalgamation of fresh seafood, sushi, prime steaks and a cool, red hued decor which gives it a nice warm red glow. Their bar has a good wine list, signature cocktails and an inviting nightlife with different events. Sushi Rock is a great place to be entertained, to entertain and to savor life in itself.
  • Cantina Laredo - Columbus

    8791 Lyra Drive Columbus, OH 43240 United States - Phone: +1 614 781 1139
    Cantina Laredo is an upscale Mexican restaurant in Columbus. Known for its outdoor dining in its enclosed heated patio (secluded by the wall of windows), its indoors is equally alluring with large windows, giving it a roomy and airy look, and the fireplace in the center of the room, making it all the more inviting to join in the festivity. Cantina gives a little bit more of Mexican fine dining and you will be wowed by not only the delicious food but also the beautiful presentation which is normally not seen in Mexican food. The vibe of the place is infectious and it just draws you in to celebrate with them. Do try their flaming Mexican Apple Pie, a house favorite, served with a slice of apple pie, placed on a blazing hot skillet, topped with a scoop of cinnamon ice cream, oh so dreamy! Enjoy the happy hours during the weekdays from 4p to 7p and the special ladies Thursday nights, for all you wonderful ladies.
  • Eddie Merlot's - Columbus

    1570 Polaris Parkway Columbus, OH 43240 United States - Phone: +1 614 433 7307
    Eddie Merlot's Columbus is one of the chains of Eddie Merlot's. Eddie Merlot's has one of the coolest approach towards the food industry and is famous for their unique U.S.D.A. Prime beef, fresh seafood and wine bar that has more than 70 wines by the glass and a huge collection of wines by the bottle. Truly a wine connoisseur's delight. Their bar is not only stocked with the best of wines but also with quality spirits and after dinner cordials and cognacs. They have different menus catering to various needs of their diners. The decor is modern yet elegant where you just relax and enjoy your evening while listening to some cool live music. Eddie Merlot's is a great place to entertain your friends, family, colleagues or clients, whether big or small, they will make it extra special for you.
  • House of Japan - Polaris

    8701 Sancus Boulevard Columbus, OH 43240 United States - Phone: +1 614 781 1776
    House of Japan in Polaris is known for their Hibachi Japanese Steakhouses in the Columbus area. They specialize in steak, seafood, and sushi. You will thoroughly enjoy your food being cooked right in front of you with flamboyant chefs showing of their skills. The food is succulent and you will might just drool over some of their specialties such as filet Mignon, new york strip,  hibachi chicken and mushroom soup. You can also dine at their patio and still be a part of the spectacular show. Enjoy their sushi bar and full bar with assorted drinks with great food.
  • Marcella's Italian Kitchen - Polaris

    1319 Polaris Parkway Columbus, OH 43240 United States - Phone: +1 614 844 6500
    Cameron Mitchell's Marcella's Italian Kitchen in Polaris, Columbus, is a cute restaurant bursting with the Italian gaiety and passion. Whatever time of the day be it lunch or dinner, everyday, you will find Marcella's always vibrant and cheerful. It has an intimate and elegant space for dining hence is ideal for any special events or occasions. You can choose from the selective 50 Italian wines served by the bottle or quartino from the bar. Their menus have a selection of olives, meats, cheese, pizzas, pastas and various Italian delicacies and is prepared according to their diners needs. Like all Cameron Mitchell's restaurants, Marcella's too has a gluten free menu.
  • Mitchell's Steakhouse - Columbus Polaris

    1408 Polaris Parkway Columbus, OH 43240 United States - Phone: +1 614 888 2467
    Mitchell's Steakhouse - Columbus Polaris is an award winning steakhouse in Ohio serving one of the best steaks, seafood and wine. Mitchell's is the modern American Steakhouse with an outdoor patio, three long couches with lots of pillows and soft cushions strewn about to give a comforting look. They also have a fireplace giving the place an added touch of warmth and hospitality. There is no dearth in choice for wine as they have some 200 of the world's finest labels, nestling in their bar.
  • Polaris Grill

    1835 Polaris Parkway Columbus, OH 43240 United States - Phone: +1 614 431 5598
    Polaris Grill in Columbus is a chic Modern American cuisine restaurant. Polar is famous for their “55” Salad, Wild Mushroom Bisque, and Aztec Chowder, fresh seafood and succulent steaks. Their Sunday brunches are a hit among the locals. The restaurant offers a full bar with a wine list of about 100 labels, beers etc, a big outdoor patio where you can dine and drink, a private banquet room and catering services.
  • 1808 American Bistro

    29 East Winter Street Delaware, OH 43015 United States - Phone: +1 740 417 4373
    1808 American Bistro serves traditional American cuisine with Southern and Cajun tweaks. The diverse menu consisting of succulent steaks, hot shrimp and grits, house made sauces, vinaigrettes, remoulades, tapenades, aioli, hearty burgers, nice pastas, salads, enticing appetizers and desserts. Their full bar serves 18 cold craft beers, wines and spirits. Whether you want to tipple beer, munch food or both, you will enjoy the fare laid out before you.
  • Genji Japanese Steakhouse - Dublin

    5874 Sawmill Road Dublin, OH 43017 United States - Phone: +1 614 792 2500
    At Genji Japanese Steakhouse – Dublin the chefs entertain you showcasing their flair while cooking your food at your table. Enjoy the experience.
  • House of Japan - Dublin

    6153 Parkcenter Circle Dublin, OH 43017 United States - Phone: +1 614 792 2445
    House of Japan – Dublin is a Hibachi Japanese Steakhouse specializing in steak, seafood and sushi. The ambience is serene with waterfall sounds and a neat Japanese garden. House of Japan is known for blending their dishes in a lovely harmony such as filet Mignon, Hibachi lobster, shrimp, chicken or scallops, Teppan steak and an Imperial feast for two which has mushroom soup, salad, shrimp appetizers and a main course of lobster, filet Mignon and chicken. If you want the chefs to dazzle you with their action, then dinner would be the best time to be entertained. The prices are a bit higher during dinner than lunch time. They also have a sushi bar along with a full service bar.
  • J. Liu Restaurant & Bar

    50 West Bridge Street Dublin, OH 43017 United States - Phone: +1 614 718 1818
    J. Liu Restaurant & Bar of Dublin is a trendy restaurant focusing on an eclectic fusion cuisine combining Asian, Italian and American cuisines. They have a full service bar with a nice happy hour. Whether it is just for drinks, celebrations, private events, casual dining or a romantic one, J. Liu will make it lovely for you.
  • Tucci's California Bistro

    35 North High Street Dublin, OH 43017 United States - Phone: +1 614 792 3466
    Tucci's California Bistro is a charming restaurant known for its chef driven menu, wood fired pizzas, gourmet pastas, fresh fish. Hand cut steaks and an awesome wine list. Nestled in the heart of Dublin, Tucci's is a friendly yet cozy place to hang out with friends, celebrate occasions, have a business or casual lunch, nice for a romantic evening, or just to relax. A local favorite, Tucci's offers fresh and organic produces in their vast menus and some of the menu highlights are the Veal Meatloaf, Chorizo Crusted Grouper, Steamed Mussels and Ahi Tuna Stack. A place for all food lovers be it meat, seafood, vegan or vegetarian, Tucci's has something for every palate. The restaurant has a huge luscious patio which is great for the summers and hosts live music throughout summer. The restaurant has different dining rooms available for various needs. Their wine inventory has more than 230 bottles, and have recently added the Enomatic Wine System where guests can enjoy pours of up to 16 various wines which are not available by the glass. Truly a wine lovers delight.
  • Doc Henderson's Restaurant

    318 East 5th Street Marysville, OH 43040 United States - Phone: +1 937 642 6661
    Doc Henderson's Restaurant is nestles in the historic Henderson house and serves contemporary American cuisine in a bistro style. The antique mansion is full of history and is charming with its handcrafted wood works, fireplaces and pocket doors. The building though restored with modern touches still retains its originality. The restaurant has an intimate bar with a nice wine list and the menu is primarily of fresh seafood and hand cut steaks. You might also be catch on some live jazz music on some evenings. Doc Henderson's is one of the local gems and a great place to be in.
  • C. William's Bistro

    26 Grace Drive Powell, OH 43065 United States - Phone: +1 614 505 6788
    C. William's Bistro is a cozy yet casual restaurant serving Sunday brunch and dinner. The menu consists of seafood, steaks, desserts, appetizers, entrees and salads. They have got some vegetarian options as well. Some if the dishes that are a specialty are the fried calamari, pan seared scallops, risotto and lobster, shrimp and grits, and grilled salmon. You will enjoy C.William's for a nice, quiet romantic dinner with your loved one.
  • Luce Enoteca

    3499 Market Street Powell, OH 43065 United States - Phone: +1 740 881 4600
    Luce Enoteca is a contemporary Italian restaurant and wine bar. The seasonal menu ensures that only the freshest and local produces are used to enhance the flavor of the food. They have a wide array of tapas (small plates) that are nice for sharing or tasting their dishes. Full dining is also available. Their wine bar has an impressive list from Italy, France, Spain and California which complements the food.
  • Vittoria Ristorante & Bar

    10241 Sawmill Parkway Powell, OH 43065 United States - Phone: +1 614 791 8100
    Vittoria Ristorante & Bar is a contemporary Italian restaurant with a chic European decor in Powell. The restaurant has a welcoming ambience with its hand painted murals on the wall, open dining area, regular live music and a lovely patio. The full bar serves a lovely list of wines and cocktails. Come and enjoy the Vittorian flavor for any occasion.
  • Genji Japanese Steakhouse - Reynoldsburg

    2045 Brice Road Reynoldsburg, OH 43068 United States - Phone: +1 614 864 7888
    At Genji Japanese Steakhouse – Reynoldsburg, you will be charmed by the yum yum sauce and the flamboyant chefs who will entertain you while cooking at your table. Enjoy.
  • Buca di Beppo - Worthington

    60 East Wilson Bridge Road Worthington, OH 43085 United States - Phone: +1 614 848 8466
    Buca di Beppo – Worthington is known for their lovely Italian food in family sized portions. This affable restaurant with its Italian themed decor and family portraits adoring the wall, makes you feel welcome as if you have entered an Italian friend's gracious home. It's a great place to be with your family and friends as everyone will get to eat heartily, have some nice drinks and just enjoy the time with your near and dear ones.
  • Tuscan Table (The)

    122 North Court Street Circleville, OH 43113 United States - Phone: +1 740 477 3040
    The Tuscan Table is a family friendly Italian restaurant nestled in the heart of Circleville. Savor the appetizing cheese board with a variety of cheeses, olives, Italian meats, and crackers, relishing tomato bruschetta, tempting calamari, specialties such as spaghetti with meatballs, Sicilian blackened chicken and much more. All their pastas, sandwiches, salads, soups, desserts and coffee are handcrafted. Enjoy the scrumptious food paired with good wine at Tuscan's. Or else just tipple at the bar during happy hours. Tuscan's also hosts monthly wine tastings, wine and food tastings and hosts some live entertainment for you.
  • Moretti's of Arlington

    2124 Tremont Center Upper Arlington, OH 43221 United States - Phone: +1 614 486 2333
    Moretti's of Arlington is a family owned, award winning restaurant serving delicious Italian fare. The quaint restaurant prepares their own sauce, butter, pasta salad and noodles. This family friendly restaurant is also dog friendly where you can bring your dog every Monday night and dine at the patio. Enjoy the happy hours Monday through Friday from 4.30p to 6.30p with some lovely wine and dainty appetizers.
  • Mezzo Italian Kitchen and Wine - Gahanna

    130 Creekside Plaza Gahanna, OH 43230 United States - Phone: +1 614 476 9900
    Mezzo Italian Kitchen and Wine – Gahanna is a vibrant Italian restaurant and wine bar located at Creekside Plaza with panoramic views of the Big Walnut Creek, the large Creekside lagoon and the adjacent park. Mezzo means 'middle' in Italian, and tries to balance innovation and simplicity, sleek and casual, and food and wine. Mezzo has a warm and welcoming ambience, with its earthy tones and exposed wooden beams, melting your heart to its wonderful surroundings. Their beautiful patio is enveloped by nature and calms your senses just by looking at the water and the lush greenery around. It is built around a copper top fire pit and is ideal for a wonderful romantic evening. The seasonal menu features some twists on traditional Italian dishes ranging from stove oven pizzas to risotto arancini, Veal short Ribs to scallops, lovely pastas and delectable desserts. Weekly Prix Fixe menu and gluten free menu are also available. Happy hour is Tuesday through Friday from 5p to 6.30p and enjoy live music every Thursday. Sunday and Mondays are reserved only for private dining. Whether it is a cocktail party, a romantic rendezvous, corporate or private events, Mezzo will make it delightful for you.
  • Natalie's Coal Fired Pizza

    5601 North High Street Worthington, OH 43085 United States - Phone: +1 614 436 2625(Tickets)
    Enjoy the flavors of crusty coal fired oven New York-style pizzas and, while you are at it, listen to some scintillating live music at Natalie's. This fantastic mashup of a pizza place and concert venue serves well for the music lovers in the city, who have made this their favorite spot to hangout. So, walk in early to bite into their specialty pizzas like Pizza Bianco, Margherita and Pepperoni, and then gear up for some amazing concerts that begin at 9pm. The restaurant has a full-fledged bar which has numerous options in beers, wines and well-crafted cocktails.
  • Ray Ray's Hog Pit

    2619 North High Street Columbus, OH 43202 United States - Phone: +1 614 753 1191
    Ray Ray's Hog Pit is one of the best kept secrets in Columbus. This food truck serves up classic barbecue cuisine, including ribs, brisket and, of course, macaroni and cheese. Other barbecue staples include baked beans and sandwiches. This is the place to go when you need a taste of barbecue comfort food.
  • Sesame Sea Asian Bistro

    7106 Muirfield Drive Dublin, OH 43017 United States - Phone: +1 614 336 3888
    Sesame Sea Asian Bistro is an Asian fusion restaurant that specializes in Chinese and Thai cuisine. This atmosphere is simple yet comfortable, but the real emphasis is placed all on the food. Many of the dishes feature classic recipes with modern twists and the wide variety ensures that there will be something on the menu for everyone.
  • Mezze Middle'terranean Cuisine

    5326 North Hamilton Road Columbus, OH 43230 United States - Phone: +1 614 939 0000
    Mezze Middle'terranean Cuisine is a respected Mediterranean, Middle Eastern and Greek restaurant in Columbus. Kick off the meal with some hummus and pita then dig in to the real deal, with falafel, chicken and gyro mujadara rice bowls. The atmosphere is welcoming and the people are friendly at this diverse and delicious eatery.
  • Indochine Cafe

    561 South Hamilton Road Columbus, OH 43213 United States - Phone: +1 614 231 7357
    Indochine Cafe is a charming Vietnamese restaurant in the Whitehall area of Columbus. This restaurant offers all of the Vietnamese staples, including pho, banh mi and spring rolls for a delicious and authentic dining experience. The casual ambience makes this an excellent place to relax with friends or family and enjoy your meal.
  • Los Guachos Taqueria

    5221 Godown Road Columbus, OH 43235 United States - Phone: +1 614 471 4717
    Los Gauchos Taqueria is a staple for Mexican cuisine on the Columbus dining scene. This restaurant is especially known for its tacos al pastor and features happy hour deals throughout the week for those looking to save a few bucks on delicious Mexican food. The burritos are stuffed full of quality ingredients, as any good burrito should be.
  • El Arepazo

    47 North Pearl Street Columbus, OH United States - Phone: +1 614 228 4830
    El Arepazo is a popular Latin American restaurant in downtown Columbus. The portions are large and the food is colorful and flavorful, making this an enjoyable place to grab a bite to eat. The cilantro sauce is the perfect addition to any dish, especially El Arepazo's empanadas.
  • Northstar Cafe

    951 North High Street Columbus, OH 43201 United States - Phone: +1 614 298 9999
    Northstar Cafe is an American vegetarian restaurant in the Short North neighborhood of Columbus. The ingredients that go into every dish at this cafe are fresh and organic, making every bite delicious and refreshing. The atmosphere is trendy yet casual and the outdoor seating makes the dining experience that much more enjoyable when the weather permits.
  • Kihachi

    2667 Federated Boulevard Columbus, OH 43235 United States - Phone: +1 614 764 9040
    Kihachi is an upscale sushi restaurant in Northwest Columbus. The fresh fish and creativity that go into creating every roll mean that the prices may be a bit higher than other sushi restaurants, but the high quality Japanese food is worth the price. In addition to sushi, Kihachi also offers udon, soba and a number of other authentic Japanese dishes.
  • Till

    247 King Avenue Columbus, OH 43201 United States - Phone: +1 614 298 9986
    Till is a contemporary American restaurant that serves up a unique menu of items inspired by cultural traditions from around the world. Brunch is a unique experience at Till, where guests can indulge in caviar omelettes and beignets with a side of berry compote. Lunch and dinner are anything but standard as well, offering vegan macaroni and cheese and Korean style Tacos Dorados among other dishes.
  • Banana Leaf

    816 Bethel Road Columbus, OH 43214 United States - Phone: +1 888 313 5916(Toll Free) /+1 614 459 4101
    The Panchal family welcomes guests into this humble restaurant, to savor the rich, exotic flavors of South Indian cuisine. The restaurant gets its name from the practice in south India, of eating off a banana leaf instead of a plate. The menu at Banana Leaf stays true to Indian cooking traditions, offering a vast variety of typical dishes like utthappams, dosa and rice and curry preparations. Buffet meals are offered for dinner; your meal begins with a lassi (flavored yogurt) followed by chaat (Indian street food), then comes the main course of rice, chapatis, gravies and vegetables, succeeded by payasam or halwa to give it a sweet finish. Exclusively a vegetarian and vegan restaurant, Banana Leaf is ideal for anyone with dietary restrictions.
  • JP’s Barbeque Ribs and Chicken

    2000 Norton Road Columbus, OH 43228 United States - Phone: +1 614 878 7422
    Situated on the premises of Columbus' Bolton Field airport, JP’s Barbeque Ribs and Chicken offers delectable barbecued meals. The menu, dominated by barbecue ribs and chicken, is sure to please any meat lover. They offer slabs of ribs, chicken rolls, chicken wings or you could even choose a combo meal that puts together all these. Augratin Potatoes, cole slaw and Chunky Applesauce make good accompaniments for your dish. Colorful umbrellas are set up on their expansive patio, to cater to those who would love to dine in the open.
  • Milano's Italian Restaurant & Pub

    6916 East Broad Street Columbus, OH 43213 United States - Phone: +1 614 861 1277
    Milano's recreates the authentic Italian trattoria ambience in East Columbus. Neatly set tables covered in clean, white cloth, set amidst a place beautifully furnished in wood, gives Milano's Italian Restaurant & Pub a charming rustic feel. The menu features traditional Italian dishes, with pastas and pizzas being the highlight. But the entrees like Chicken Piccata, Veal Marsala, Delmonico Steak and Liver and Onions are equally delicious. Their seafood options are a delight as well. The wine collection at Milano's includes flavors that wonderfully complement the food.
  • Plaza Inn

    491 South Main Street Mount Victory, OH 43340 United States - Phone: +1 800 884 2328(Toll Free)
    Plaza Inn started as a humble 42-seat restaurant in 1959. Nestled in the quiet village of Mount victory, to northwest Columbus, this restaurant became popular for offering traditional American fares. As the clientele grew, so did the restaurant; and today, it is a vast space that can accommodate over 250 guests. The menu at Plaza Inn is extensive, rife with delectable traditional American preparations. The Truckers Special, a steak burger, and Plaza Burger Platter, a double patty burger, are a must-try here; these items have been on the menu since the inception of the restaurant and are popular favorites amongst their regulars.
  • Rothwell's Neighborhood Restaurant

    225 Lafayette Street London, OH 43140 United States - Phone: +1 740 845 2930
    Rothwell's Neighborhood Restaurant welcomes you into its unpretentious environment to savor delicious flavors of American cuisine. The menu offers burgers, salads, sandwiches and entrees. Comfort food dishes like the Lemon Chicken, Citrus Glazed Salmon, Shrimp and Grits and Pan Seared Tialpia are truly a delight on the palate. Weekend breakfasts offer a relishing meal of sausages, eggs, omeletes, bacon and more. Musical acts on weekends add liveliness to the simplicity of Rothwell's Neighborhood Restaurant.
  • Pie's Gourmet Pizza Bistro

    7601 East Main Street Reynoldsburg, OH 43068 United States - Phone: +1 614 863 5600
    Your meal at Pie's Gourmet Pizza Bistro begins with a savory pizza and ends with a decadent pie. But these are not the only offerings at Pie's Gourmet Pizza Bistro. They also offer a menu with delicious American dishes that changes every season, to highlight the main ingredients of the time. Shrimp and grits, pasta, new york strip, chicken meals, raviloi, macaroni and cheese are truly delicious. A must-try here is the Pie's Gourmet Burger, filled with a juicy patty, cheese and sauces, and is served with Yukon Gold Fries. The bar upstairs, called Pie in the Sky, stays open even longer. The cobble-stoned patio, with wrought iron chairs, offers a charming dining space.
  • Shaw’s Restaurant

    123 North Broad Street Lancaster, OH 43130 United States - Phone: +1 740 654 1842 / +1 800 654 2477(Toll Free)
    Noted for their delectable food, Shaw’s Restaurant does not fail to deliver, when it comes to flavor-filled preparations. The menu focuses on American dishes, with international flairs blended in. Locally sourced, fresh ingredients are used in the preparations, this the menu changes seasonally to highlight the best ingredients of the time. Meat and seafood preparations are well represented on the menu, pleasing the discerning palate. An award-winning wine list and cocktails are available to augment your food.
  • Village Wines and Bistro

    10 South High Street Canal Winchester, OH 43110 United States - Phone: +1 614 833 2828
    Village Wines and Bistro is a restaurant, bar and wine shop, all in one location. The restaurant menu features a nice range of seafood and meat deliciously prepared with herbs, sauces and spices, with international recipes blended in. Seafood lovers can devour crab cakes, Linguine and Clams, and Smoked Salmon Bruschetta. Asian Pork Lettuce Wraps and Steak & Guinness Pie are sure to please the meat aficionado. For some of the best offerings of the restaurant, choose from their list of daily specials. An extensive list of beers and wines are available to complement your food. The wine shop will be a true delight for the oenophile.
  • bd's Mongolian Grill - Arena District

    295 Marconi Boulevard Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 586 0077
    bd's Mongolian Grill brings alive the exotic flavors of Chinese cuisine in Columbus. With a focus on Mongolian style of preparation, bd's specializes in grilled dishes. The menu is not very impressive when it comes to variety, but their stir-fried noodles and fried rice are truly delicious. You can even make your own grilled meal and stir-fry plate. A limited menu of cocktails, house-special red and white wines and draft and bottled beers are available to accompany your meal. Do try the Mongolian Sunrise and Mango Madness cocktails.
  • Oodles Noodle & Dumpling Bar

    765 Neil Avenue Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 222 8831
    Oodles Noodle & Dumpling Bar welcomes guests into a relaxed, unpretentious environment, where the flavors of the food take precedence over everything else. At Oodles, diners can savor delicious cuisines from deifferent Asian regions like China, Japan and Thailand. Though noodles and dumplings are the highlight of the menu, fried rice, soups and a varied range of appetizers are also offered. The Thai Peanut Noodle and Crab Rangoon are popular favorites of regulars here.
  • Press Grill

    741 North High Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 298 1014
    Located in Colombus' Short North arts district, Press Grill makes for an ideal gourmet pit-stop after a heavy dose of art and culture. Its relaxed ambience beckons to guests to drop by for lunch or dinner. The menu features a delicious range of salads, sandwiches, pizzas and appetizers like cottage fries, buffalo shrimp, quesadilla, buffalo wings, onion rings and calamari. The kitchen is open till 1a, so you can even satisfy your late-night hunger pangs here. Accompany your food with a delicious beer.
  • Dirty Franks Hot Dog Palace

    248 South 4th Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 824 4673

    Since opening its doors in 2009, Dirty Franks has become a haven for hot dog aficionados. As the name suggests, Dirty Franks Hot Dog Palace has only one dish on the menu, hot dog; but it is offered in various forms to please the varied palate. The meat-lover's favorite is sure to be the Vienna Dog, while the Tofurkey Dog is ideal for the vegan and vegetarian. Their international flavors are equally delicious; try the Hot Bollywood for an Indian twist, or the Seoul Dog to savor Korean flavors.

  • Lomonico’s

    1506 Stonecreek Drive South Pickerington, OH 43147 United States - Phone: +1 614 694 4591
    Whether you would like to learn new cooking styles, purchase ingredients for your preparation at home or just relax and savor an American meal, Lomonico’s is your ideal destination. The menu features a range of traditional American dishes like Chicken Pot Pie, Pulled Pork Sliders, Braised Short Rib and pizzas made in a wood-fired oven. The market section offers fresh produce, oils and condiments; an Italian influence is evident in the products housed on their shelves. Cooking classes are regularly conducted here; check the website for further details and participate.
  • TY Ginger Asian Bistro

    5689 Woerner Temple Road Dublin, OH 43016 United States - Phone: +1 614 889 8885
    TY Ginger Asian Bistro brings alive the flavors of the east in the small town of Dublin, Ohio. Locally sourced fresh ingredients are used to recreate authentic Asian recipes. Quality is of prime importance, and this thought is reflected in the rich flavors. For a Thai flair try the Pad Thai, while the Ty Shrimp Cake enables you to devor delicious Taiwanese flavors. Chinese dishes like the General Tso’s Chicken and Sweet and Sour Chicken are truly delicious. The Chef's Choices provide you with some of the best offerings of the place. The interiors offers a sophisticated ambience, while the patio is airy and surrounded by a velvet of fresh green grass.
  • Bakersfield Short North

    733 North High Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 754 8436
    Established in 2013, The Lanni brothers, Joe and John, bring the exotic flavors of Mexican cuisine to Columbus. The restaurant is named after a Californian town that witnesses a predominance of Mexican culture, and also was the birthplace of a style of music called Bakersfield Sound. The menu at Bakersfield Short North offers a delicious variety of tacos and tortas, that are richly filled with meat, vegetables, cheese and sauces. The guacamole and chips are a must-try here. Tequilas and whiskeys are aplenty here, with a limited wine list on offer. Country-style melodies of Bakersfield Sound fills this place, adding authenticity to the ambience.
  • Wendy's

    5047 Tuttle Crossing Boulevard Dublin , OH 43016 United States - Phone: +1 614 798 0033

    Wendy's is a name that comes to your mind when talking of good and fresh fast food. Wendy's was started by Dave Thomas in 1969. When there were places serving frozen beef patties in their burgers, Dave brought about change and raised the standard of hamburger quality by serving fresh beef patties in Wendy's hamburgers. You can choose to have the original burger from their old fashioned hamburger menu or you can choose other fast food delicacies from their vast menu. 

  • Melt

    840 North High Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 453 1150

    Located in Columbus's Short North district, Melt Bar & Grilled offers a gourmet selection of delectable grilled cheese, along with salads and numerous beers on tap. While many gourmet grilled cheese locations restrain their focus to upscale combinations of cheeses with the occasional exotic ingredient, Melt is all about taking grilled cheese to the next level by incorporating ingredients like meatloaf, lasagna, roast pulled chicken and more. Coupled with the beers on tap, Melt is a clear winner for some great food and fun in Columbus.

  • Sunbury Village

    Rt 3 and Rt 36 Sunbury, OH 43074 - Phone: +1 302 227 2800
    The village's square serves as the center of the town's shopping district, surrounded by historic buildings, museums and parks. Antique and specialty shops draw thousands of visitors each year to discover this little corner of American history; some landmarks are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Best explored by walking from shop to shop, which include country stores with crafts, antique furniture, glass, and candles, the town has a rural setting. Holidays bring flea market vendors who set up tables in the Town Square. A monthly attraction is Garth's Auctions.
  • Godfry's of Columbus

    8801 Lyra Drive Columbus, OH 43240 United States - Phone: +1 614 433 0101
    Visit Godfry's for gorgeous handmade men's and women's clothing. From winter collections to formal outfits, this store has a small and selective assortment of limited brands. Popular names like Corneliani, True Religion, Haupt and Versace are featured in this luxurious space and the staff is famous for their friendly service and impeccable taste.
  • North Market

    59 Spruce Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 463 9664
    North Market is the greater Columbus area's version of a bustling old-world marketplace. Vendors galore occupy the enormous building's many stalls, each specializing in a different cuisine. There's a sausage shop, a pasta shop, fish mongers, meat mongers, Chinese, Mediterranean, sushi, Mexican, Vietnamese, a wine merchant, a cheese merchant and lots more. See website for complete list.
  • Easton Town Center

    160 Easton Town Center Columbus, OH 43219 United States - Phone: +1 614 416 7000
    Easton Town Center takes retail to a whole new level. Some developers set their sites on a plot of land outside the city, but instead of putting up a regular old mall, they decided to build a small town. They did, complete with a town square, a town fountain, little streets zigzagging through small city blocks. But instead of local businesses and residential buildings lining those streets, it's mall shops, mall eateries, and mall entertainment. All the cosmetic touches are there, from cute little building facades to cute little old-timey police cars providing security. And there are three major hotels on the outskirts of "town" so that shoppers can truly immerse themselves in this little bubble. See website for complete business listing.
  • Milk Bar

    765A North High Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 754 8802
    Milk Bar's name is a wee bit misleading. It's not a bar, and it's got nothing to do with milk. Instead, Milk Bar is a sleek little boutique specializing in designer t-shirts and denim. There are options for both guys and gals, and there's a great deal of Columbus-focused gear. Ironic t-shirts say things like “Surf Ohio” or feature some kind of vintage regional logo. The staff is proud as punch of their wares, and they're more than willing to chat about designers, make recommendations and just generally make your time in the neighborhood a little more pleasant.
  • Black Market

    2579 N High Street Columbus, OH 43202 United States - Phone: +1 614 263 9266
    Fans of Project Runway take note: When in Columbus, Black Market is a must-see stop, for it is the storefront of one Kelli Martin, the punky blonde kicked off the show in August of 2008. The shop carries a selection of vintage and designer clothing and accessories, all handpicked by Kelli herself (perhaps sometimes in collaboration with close confidants). Black Market is located on a gray little stretch of North High Street, a ways away from the tumult of districts south, but it is full of character nonetheless. From the ornate ceiling to the framed photos of beloved personalities (Joey Ramone, Johnny Cash) on the wall behind the register, it's pure Kelli all the way.
  • Magnolia Thunderpussy

    1155 N High Street Columbus, OH 43201 United States - Phone: +1 614 421 1512
    In this age of big-box stores and online shopping, regular old record stores are having a tough time. Scads of them all across the nation, beloved though they may have been in eras past, have shuttered. So it's a rare treat to find a tenacious relic like Magnolia Thunderpussy still going strong. Founded by an expat San Franciscan in the wake of the Summer of Love, it stocks a world of used and new CDs, tapes and vinyl, as well as music-related t-shirts and accessories. The staff is well versed in all things rock'n'roll, and always thrilled to help you find what you need.
  • Monk's Copy Shop

    47 E Gay Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 461 6438
    The Monk's Copy Shop, in the heart of Downtown Columbus, is something of an oddity. It's a full service copy shop, serving local businesses honorably. But as you walk by, you're struck by their window display: tons and tons of gorgeous handmade pottery, all for sale at extremely reasonable prices. Seriously, at a proper art gallery, these pieces would fetch exponentially more than the modest USD 5 and USD 10 price tags they command here. Asked Why the pottery? one clerk replied (clearly having answered this question many a time), "Well, we're a copy shop. What else would we put in the window?" Touché.
  • The Book Loft of German Village

    631 South 3rd Street Columbus, OH 43206 United States - Phone: +1 614 464 1774
    Packed into a humble little building in the center of German Village is the Book Loft, a multilevel maze of books, books, books. The place feels a bit like Yoda's house with its low ceilings and tiny stairways from one level to another. But it's fitting. German Village is a bunch of little bungalows, and this is a slightly overgrown one packed to the gills with bargain-priced volumes. The bargain pricing doesn't mean the selection is limited however. If there's a book to be found, it's to be found here, so long as you're willing to brave a trek through its many cavernous passageways. See website for online ordering, t-shirt club info and more.
  • Used Kids Records

    1980 N High Street Columbus, OH 43201 United States - Phone: +1 614 421 9455
    Used Kids can be found directly across the street from the Ohio State University Campus. As such, parking can be tough, but if you manage to find a spot, look for the Used Kids sign. Follow it through the front door, up a dank flight of stairs and into a second-story loft full of CDs and LPs galore. Special attention is paid to local artists, so be sure to peruse those sections. The staff is supremely capable of answering all questions and aiding in epic hunts through the stacks of wax. See website for new release updates, in-store event announcements and more.
  • A.D. Farrow Harley Davidson

    7754 Street Route 37 Sunbury, OH 43074 United States - Phone: +1 740 965 9900 / +1 888 807 9901(Toll Free)
    A.D. Farrow Harley Davidson is a perfect place to be, if you love bikes and Harley Davidson in particular. Apart from that, this store also offers bike servicing and biking gear. Amateur riders can avail the riding courses held here every week. You can be a part of the Harley Davidson Owners Group or HOG, that hosts variety of interesting events and activities. For more details, check website.
  • Second Sole

    315 Stoneridge Lane Gahanna, OH 43230 United States - Phone: +1 614 478 3361
  • Shops on Lane Avenue (The)

    1675 West Lane Avenue Upper Arlington, OH 43221 United States - Phone: +1 614 481 8341
  • Mall at Tuttle Crossing (The)

    5043 Tuttle Crossing Boulevard Dublin, OH 43016 United States - Phone: +1 614 717 9300
    The Mall at Tuttle Crossing, smack in the heart of Dublin, is the destination for a fun and amusing experience. With over a hundred retailers and restaurants, this entertainment hub is the one stop shop to satisfy your every fashion and food craving. It houses of premium fashion labels and international designer stores, and has something to suit every style and sensibility.
  • Polaris Fashion Place

    1500 Polaris Parkway Columbus, OH 43240 United States - Phone: +1 614 846 1500
    Polaris Fashion Place has asserted its popularity in the neighborhood with swanky stores and charming restaurants. Apart from the big chain stores, they also feature unique independent outlets. The outdoor dining area is extremely popular among the locals and so is the small but veritable food court. Another striking feature of this destination is the regular hosting of engaging fund-raiser events. Do visit to take in the essence of the locality.
  • Substance

    783 North High Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 299 2910
    Substance, the trendy store in Ohio, is for the fashion-forward with a conscience. With a no-waste policy, it features an exquisite collection of women's clothing and accessories made from sustainable, re-purposed and vegan-friendly material. Truly a boutique of substance!
  • Alexander's Jewelers

    689 North High Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 233 6666
    Alexander's Jewelers carries designer jewelry with a focus on men's watches and antique estate pieces. However, they also carry a beautiful selection of engagement and wedding rings. The talented staff does repairs and can also custom-make most types of jewelry to your exact specifications. Alexander's carries brand new jewelry pieces from a wide variety of high quality and popular internationally-known jewelry designers.
  • Muse Gallery

    188-190 East Whittier Street Columbus, OH 43206 United States - Phone: +1 614 565 0314
    Muse Gallery is a beautiful art gallery, representing some of the best fine arts talents in the country. Located in the historic German village of Columbus, the works here are impeccable. Paintings, sculptures and mixed-media pieces made from steel and wood exude maturity, sensuality and mystery. For art lovers, this local, yet global, gallery provides spectacular works from all around the world. The passionate owners are art experts and can help you choose a lovely decorative piece. Whether you are an art collector or a recent arts enthusiast, this is a must-visit local gallery.
  • Brownie Points

    5712 Westbourne Avenue Columbus, OH 43213 United States - Phone: +1 614 860 8470
    You'll be squealing with delight at the exceptional selection of gourmet brownies available at Brownie Points, a unanimous favorite when it comes to the sweet treats. From classic chocolate brownies to inventive ones like the Peanut Butter passion, there are ample options for indulging. Also on offer is a superb selection of gourmet popcorn; that's right, good old popcorn in delectable and unheard of flavors. Gift the unique treats through the gift boxes on offer.
  • Tigertree

    787 North High Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 299 2660
    This popular shop is stocked with fashionable items and accessories for both men and women. Flirty dresses, pants, casual button-downs, belts and handbags are all on display, but the neatest thing may very well be their eclectic collection of funky gifts and novelty items. Warbling Bird Whistles, Secret Message Writing Sets, pillows embroidered with anchors, glass terrariums, old-fashioned crank radios...the list goes on. You can definitely kill a lot of time browsing in this fun place.
  • The Candle Lab

    751 North High Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 949 1458
    The science of candle-making is a sublime art at The Candle Lab in Columbus. This exquisite store specializes in scented candles and boasts an array of unique aromas. From popular fruity and floral favorites like Gardenia and Vanilla Bean to exotic varieties like Basmati Rice, Wasabi and Whipped Cream, they have some of the most bizarre fragrances covered. Their secret recipe of natural soy wax and organic essential oils is what sets them apart. If you don't fancy anything on their ever-evolving list, blend your own scent at the essence Bar. These hand-crafted lights are the perfect accompanist to unwind at home with or make for great gifts. Bacon scented wax, anyone?
  • Grid Furnishings

    944 North High Street Columbus, OH 43201 United States - Phone: +1 614 725 4292
    Grid Furnishings is an appropriately fashionable boutique on Columbus's ever-hip High Street, providing locals and cultured visitors with modern furniture designs and home decor items. With a catalog that stretches from mid-century mod to modern day designs, Grid Furniture is a great place to explore the urban bent of this up and coming district and the craftsmanship of local designers.
  • Rose Bredl

    664 North High Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 222 0930
    Rose Bredl fits perfectly in its location just outside of downtown Columbus. Equal parts metropolitan flower stand and suburban boutique, the selection at Rose Bredl is phenomenal and their retail space allows shoppers to inspect the eclectic varieties of flora which owner Mary McColgan has curated. Alongside flowers, guests can pick up potting and planting supplies as well as home and beauty products. 
  • Robert Mason Company

    11 East Gay Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 228 7626
    Starting off by selling designer brochures and business cards created by its then 12-year-old entrepreneur, the Robert Mason Company is one of those stores that makes dull office supplies interesting and unique. This boutique office, school and stationery store, in downtown Columbus, is known for their customized services and products.
  • Village Wines and Bistro

    10 South High Street Canal Winchester, OH 43110 United States - Phone: +1 614 833 2828
    Village Wines and Bistro is a restaurant, bar and wine shop, all in one location. The restaurant menu features a nice range of seafood and meat deliciously prepared with herbs, sauces and spices, with international recipes blended in. Seafood lovers can devour crab cakes, Linguine and Clams, and Smoked Salmon Bruschetta. Asian Pork Lettuce Wraps and Steak & Guinness Pie are sure to please the meat aficionado. For some of the best offerings of the restaurant, choose from their list of daily specials. An extensive list of beers and wines are available to complement your food. The wine shop will be a true delight for the oenophile.
  • Lomonico’s

    1506 Stonecreek Drive South Pickerington, OH 43147 United States - Phone: +1 614 694 4591
    Whether you would like to learn new cooking styles, purchase ingredients for your preparation at home or just relax and savor an American meal, Lomonico’s is your ideal destination. The menu features a range of traditional American dishes like Chicken Pot Pie, Pulled Pork Sliders, Braised Short Rib and pizzas made in a wood-fired oven. The market section offers fresh produce, oils and condiments; an Italian influence is evident in the products housed on their shelves. Cooking classes are regularly conducted here; check the website for further details and participate.
  • Grandview Mercantile Company

    873 N High Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 421 7000
    Grandview Mercantile Company is a popular destination for those with a passion for antiques. Many of these vintage items are rare and unique, perfect for giving your house that extra bit of flair that more common decor doesn't quite have. From chairs to paintings, mosaics to old typewriters, Grandview Mercantile Company has plenty of pieces with character.
  • Ohio Thrift

    1881 West Henderson Road Columbus, OH 43220 United States - Phone: +1 614 732 4620
    Ohio Thrift is a great place to find throwback apparel and affordable used goods. This thrift store is open and organized, making it easy for guests to comb through the racks to find exactly what they are searching for. In addition to clothing, there are also trinkets, toys and games from yesteryear, adding even more nostalgia to this thrift store.
  • Thread on Grandview

    1306 Grandview Avenue Columbus, OH 43212 United States - Phone: +1 614 481 3090
    THREAD on Grandview is a trendy clothing boutique for both men and women's apparel in the Grandview Heights region of Columbus. This shop carries a combination of both local and international designers, with accessories from designers as reputable as Rebecca Minkoff and Tom Ford. Some items are a bit pricey, but the price is worth the high quality goods.
  • Wholly Craft

    3169 North High Street Columbus, OH 43202 United States - Phone: +1 614 447 3445
    Wholly Craft is a haven in Clintonville for all arts and crafts supplies. This shop has everything you could possibly need to stock your own craft room in addition to goods handmade by local artisans. This adorable shop also carries a unique selection of greeting cards and gifts, perfect to wrap up for your next special occasion.
  • Spoonful Records

    116 East Long Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 586 1918
    Spoonful Records is a popular downtown destination for all kinds of music, but it also offers much more than that. This shop boasts new and used records and CDs in addition to offering pinball machines for an enjoyable in-store atmosphere. The records are affordable and unique - a combination you can't find anywhere else.
  • Bink Davies

    668 North High Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 725 4588
    Bink Davies is a gift shop in Short North that offers gifts for everyone you could possibly imagine. The shelves in this boutique are packed with a variety of unique items, including jewelry, fun, printed socks and stuffed animals for the little ones. Other gifts include t-shirts, quirky cookbooks, greeting cards and more.
  • Boomerang Room Vintage

    3274 North High Street Columbus, OH 43202 United States - Phone: +1 614 262 9661
    Boomerang Room Vintage offers beautiful vintage pieces to dress up your home with the style of years gone by. In addition to furniture, this shop also offers clothing and accessories for when the modern style in contemporary boutiques just doesn't seem to be what you're looking for.
  • Flower Child

    989 North High Street Columbus, OH 43201 United States - Phone: +1 614 297 8006
    Flower Child is a wonderland filled with vintage clothing, accessories, furniture and home decor. When you walk in, you will be greeted by beautiful displays of sample rooms decked out in vintage wares. Continue your journey through the store and you will find that the basement is teeming with fashionable vintage goods.
  • Big Fun Toy Store

    1814 Coventry Road Cleveland Heights, OH 44118 United States - Phone: +1 216 371 4386
    Big Fun is anything but your typical toy store. This shop in the Italian Village specializes in quirky and nostalgic toys, allowing you to pass on the favorites from your childhood to the next generation. All of the toys in this shop come with affordable prices, making your visit that much more enjoyable.
  • What The Rock?!

    1194 North High Street Columbus, OH 43201 United States - Phone: +1 614 294 9428
    What the Rock?! is a novelty shop in the Italian Village that sells a clever variety of all things rock n roll. Hip jewelry, cool t-shirts and edgy home decor can all be found at this shop, in addition to children's clothes for the littlest punk rocker in your family. There is also a gumball machine at the entrance which will give you your rock n roll fortune, should you choose to find out.
  • Rowe

    718 North High Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 299 7693
    Rowe is an upscale clothing store in Columbus's Short North neighborhood that sells of variety of designer fashions for both men and women. This stylish boutique is always on top of the latest trends, offering high quality garments that are chic and contemporary. These pieces are as expensive as they look, but who can really put a price on looking and feeling your best?
  • Homage

    17 Brickel Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 221 5693
    Homage is the place to shop when you need an addition to your wardrobe that screams of team pride. This sportswear shop offers comfortable and fashionable collegiate and professional sports attire at affordable prices. In addition, Homage is also a great place to hang out and talk sports with fans who are just as passionate as you.
  • Cafe Bourbon Street

    2216 Summit Street Columbus, OH 43201 United States - Phone: +1 614 268 9377
    Not far from the glossy sports bars and student hangouts of the university area, Cafe Bourbon Street sits as a dirty little beacon of all that is divey. The walls are covered with grubby old junk. The bathrooms are dirty. Punk bands come from near and far to play before the sauced and grungy crowds here. Long-time local favorites The Feelers even chose Bourbon Street as the site of their swansong performance in August 2008. Drinks-wise, you can't go wrong. Where else can you order a 40-ounce bottle of cheap malt liquor and drink it right there at the bar? See website for schedule of events.
  • Dick's Den

    2417 North High Street Columbus, OH 43202 United States - Phone: +1 614 268 9573
    Dick's Den is a bar appreciated by patrons for its affordable drinks, no-nonsense atmosphere and consistent entertainment offerings. DJs and live acts play everything from jazz and bluegrass, keeping the vibe upbeat almost every night of the week. Come on the weekend to listen to live music.
  • A&R Music Bar

    391 Neil Avenue Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 461 5483
    A & Music Bar is one of those venues where you know you will always be seeing a magnificent show. In addition to the great live music, this bar also serves up an exceptional pizza pie. The party continues even on nights without live music, with DJs and music video screenings providing the evening's soundtrack.
  • Park Street Patio

    533 Park Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 245 5115
    Park Street Patio is a place to party. Serving up pitchers of beer and sangria, there are equally welcoming indoor and outdoor areas for guests to enjoy. There is also live music, drink specials, and $5 pizza. Park Street Patio certainly has a university feel to it, but there are people of all ages looking to have a good time.
  • Axis Nightclub

    775 North High Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 291 4008
    Axis Nightclub is one of the hottest dance clubs in Columbus. This gay bar in the Short North neighborhood hosts incredible drag shows and talented DJs always keep the dance party rolling late into the night. Axis is a fun, welcoming and inviting environment for all - especially those who come ready to dance and have a good time.
  • Club Ice - OH

    40 East Long Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 241 4423
    Club Ice is an upscale nightclub that captures a sense of luxury and style coupled with great music in the heart of Columbus. Guests are greeted with live DJ music that keeps them asking for more. Known more for their Hip-Hop and eclectic music, the club is popular amongst regulars and newbies. For more details on the nightclub, do call ahead.
  • Karma

    303 South Front Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 754 8836
    Popularly known as The Venue on Front, Karma nightclub could be regarded as a house of hip-hop and blues music that rules the roost. A frequent spot for youngsters and night revelers, the club also comprises of a bar which is well stocked with a variety of beverages. An ideal place for a late night party, call for more information.
  • Club Seven

    1155 Old Henderson Road Columbus, OH 43220 United States - Phone: +1 614 707 1377
    Club Seven is the ultimate party venue for teens. If you are 18 and under put your favorite outfit and join the party. A modern sound system, an impressive light show and the perfect mix of today's hits will make you dance all night. Who said you have to be 21 to have fun?
  • Shrunken Head (The)

    251 West 5th Avenue Columbus, OH 43201 United States - Phone: +1 614 299 2295
    Known formerly as Victorian's Midnight Cafe, The Shrunken Head is a popular hangout and music venue in the Dennison Place neighborhood of the city. Catering to a variety of rock genres, like Psychobilly, Rockabilly, Ska, Gothic, and Punk, this venue strives to be the quintessential rock and roll club in the city. There's also a good selection of beer offered, including international brands like Carlsberg, Stella Artois, and Beck's. If you get hungry, then you can order a pizza from the neighboring La Galleria pizza place. Do see the website or call to know more.
  • o.h. lounge

    200 Georgesville Road Columbus, OH 43228 United States - Phone: +1 614 308 3333
    The O.H. Lounge is the lounge located in the Hollywood Casino. This is a great place to relax and get off the gaming floor for a bit to gear up for another round of gambling. The O.H. Lounge serves food and also features live music from local acts and national superstars.
  • Diesel Club Lounge

    51 Vine Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 412 431 8800
    Diesel Club Lounge is a trendy dance club in the Short North neighborhood. Music here ranges from EDM to hip hop, and the dance floor is always packed with party people. The interior is classy and sophisticated. Come earlier in the evening if you want to relax, or come later if you just want to dance.
  • Ohio Stadium

    411 Woody Hayes Drive Columbus, OH 43210 United States - Phone: +1 614 431 3600
    Its unique horse-shoe shape makes Ohio Stadium, home of the Ohio State Buckeyes, stand head and shoulders above its peers. Unarguably, this place is one of the best and most revered venues in the world of collegiate sports, and its been home to countless joys throughout the years.
  • Greater Columbus Convention Center

    400 N High Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 827 2500
    The Greater Columbus Convention Center, perched at the northern end of downtown, hosts all manner of conventions and conferences. The facility itself is striking, both outside and in. Its High Street facade is a testament to the marvel of modern design, and its interiors are organized in such a manner as to allow every event attendee easy access to that which they seek.
  • Monk's Copy Shop

    47 E Gay Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 461 6438
    The Monk's Copy Shop, in the heart of Downtown Columbus, is something of an oddity. It's a full service copy shop, serving local businesses honorably. But as you walk by, you're struck by their window display: tons and tons of gorgeous handmade pottery, all for sale at extremely reasonable prices. Seriously, at a proper art gallery, these pieces would fetch exponentially more than the modest USD 5 and USD 10 price tags they command here. Asked Why the pottery? one clerk replied (clearly having answered this question many a time), "Well, we're a copy shop. What else would we put in the window?" Touché.
  • Discovery District

    850 Twin Rivers Drive Columbus, OH 43215 United States
    Discovery District is hailed as the city's foremost arts ground. Art lovers can explore a wide variety of art events, museums, galleries and art spaces to comb through on their artsy quest. Attend their annual Columbus arts Festival and you're sure to be hooked for life! Check website for more details on current and upcoming events.
  • Ohio Expo Center

    717 East 17th Avenue Columbus, OH 43211-2489 United States - Phone: +1 614 644 3247 / +1 888 646 3976(Toll Free)
    Ohio Expo Center is a versatile event space that is home to as multitude of local and cultural events all year round. The center house venues such as the Celeste Center, where visitors can attend cultural dos, community events, fairs, festivals and expositions among other things. Boxing and other sporting events attract hoards of sporting enthusiasts from all over town. Shop for exquisite antiques and rare commodities on fair days and avail of special discounts. The Expo Center is a wonderful place to visit with family and friends during events. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events.
  • Courtyard Columbus Downtown

    35 West Spring Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 228 3200
    The Courtyard Columbus Downtown is, as the name implies, located in the heart of Downtown Columbus. Just minutes away from many of Columbus' main attractions, such as the State Capital, the Short North District and the Nationwide Arena. In addition to its convenient location, the Courtyard Columbus Downtown offers its guests all kinds of amenities, such as a swimming pool, fitness room, and four meeting rooms.
  • Columbus

    Columbus Columbus, OH United States - Phone: +1 614 221 6623
    Columbus is a great Midwestern metropolis, full of history, activity and innovation. Look for action in its bustling downtown districts, and find tastes of Americana and more throughout its numerous charming little neighborhoods.
  • New Birth Christian Ministries

    3475 Refugee Road Columbus, OH 43232 United States - Phone: +1 614 236 9080
    The New Birth Christian Ministries expresses and promotes the Christian faith. The church is rich in spiritualism representing the history of the church and the life of a new Christian. The church also offers fitness facilties to all its members and non-members. For more details, do visit the website or call ahead.
  • Westerville Central High School

    7118 Mount Royal Avenue Columbus, OH 43228 United States - Phone: +1 614 797 6800
    Westerville Central High School is part of the Westerville City School District and is counted among one of the most reputed educational institutions in Columbus. The school has premium educational standards with some of the most credible and best teachers as its faculty. The school also has a stadium, a theater and a gymnasium, all well equipped with modern facilities and services. The school has come out in flying colors in sports, especially in football with two of its teams winning them all the accolades. The school prominently made news when it played host to Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama making his historic speech.
  • Vault (The)

    35 East Gay Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 225 1000
    Located in downtown Columbus, The Vault is a premier event destination that plays host to weddings, receptions and banquets. The Vault is furnished with an elegant decor and has a rich and chic look. The venue offers a seating capacity of 300, besides catering and bottle services to its clientele. Call ahead to know more.
  • Martin Janis Senior Center

    600 East 11th Avenue Columbus, OH 43211 United States - Phone: +1 614 645 5954

    Martin Janis Senior Center is a lovely little home for senior citizens that was started in 1980. Located in Columbus, the center is well equipped with all the amenities that the elderly might need. To keep them occupied there are activity rooms, dance sessions, craft rooms, a library and even a fitness room. Call ahead for more details.

     

  • Capital University

    1 College and Main Columbus, OH 43209 United States - Phone: +1 614 236 6011
    Capital University is one of the most reputed universities in Columbus offering education at both experiential and traditional levels. Founded in 1830, the university is the oldest in Central Ohio. With over 3000 undergraduate and graduate students, education here is considered to be of premium standards. The university has myriad colleges offering specialized courses and academic programs, a well-equipped library along with a theater and an auditorium. There are around 70 student organizations varying in myriad interests like camping, arts, media, cultural societies, book clubs and so on. The university also excels in several sports like golf, football, tennis and has won many awards and prizes.
  • Longaberger Alumni House

    2200 Olentangy River Road Columbus, OH 43210 United States - Phone: +1 614 292 6446
    Located within the premises of the Ohio State University, the Longaberger Alumni House is home to the Alumni association of the university. Year after year, the university's alumni meet at the house to share their ideas and organize various events. The Longaberger Alumni House plays host to reunions, banquets, conferences, football matches and other sporting events. Check website for details.
  • New Covenant Believers' Church

    3400 Kohr Boulevard Columbus, OH 43224 United States - Phone: +1 614 475 1678
    Frequented by locals from every nook and corner of the city, the New Covenant Believers' Church is a popular church that is visited by many to soak in its serene ambiance. The church offers religious services including prayers, masses, communions, baptisms and weddings. Apart from that, the New Covenant Believers' Church also hosts concerts by the church's choir where local, upcoming talent is promoted. Call ahead to know about other events.
  • Athletic Club of Columbus (The)

    136 East Broad Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 221 3344
    The Athletic Club of Columbus is an exclusive and special club that caters to all sports enthusiasts. With its unparalleled service and great amenities, it is one of the well known clubs in town offering recreational facilities amidst luxurious settings. A visit to the club is a perfect way to start your day on a pleasant note and rejuvenate yourself. Gyms, steam rooms, swimming pool, squash courts and much more awaits you at Athletic Club of Columbus. It also features on-site restaurants that serve delightful and tasty food. For membership details and other information, check website.
  • Ohio Dominican University

    1216 Sunbury Road Columbus, OH 43219 United States - Phone: +1 614 251 4500
    Established in 1911, the Ohio Dominican University is a revered educational institute of the city which offers nearly 50 domains to graduate with. The institute not just focuses on curricular studies but also aims to nurture students' talent. It is for this reason that the Ohio Dominican University organizes various sporting and cultural events in its premises. Apart from that, the institute also hosts art exhibitions and literary events on a regular basis. Check website to know more.
  • First Congregational Church (The)

    444 East Broad Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 228 1741
    The First Congregational Church believes in serving the community and disseminate welfare, faith and harmony around. The church s involved in a lot of charity work and helps people with health, educational and medical needs. There are three ministries for different age groups that carries out many liturgical lectures. The churches is open to providing rentals for events like wedding receptions, meetings, rehearsals and so on. Events here include baptism, wedding ceremonies, choirs, music programs and so on. So the church has a very holistic approach towards the community.
  • Clark State Community College

    570 East Leffel Lane Springfield, OH 45505 United States - Phone: +1 937 325 0691
    Clark State Community College is regarded as one of the top colleges in Springfield. It offers several courses and academic programs in the fields of science, business, politics and performing arts. Equipped with an excellent faculty, online learning and hybrid classes, it has won accolades aplenty for being a fine educational institute. Its management works towards creating a better future for all its students, catering to their needs and interests.
  • Circleville

    Circleville Circleville, OH 43113 United States - Phone: +1 740 477 8224
    Named Circleville because of the circular earthwork it was set on, this city was founded in 1810, and the first European settler who arrived here was Christopher Gist. The unusual layout consisted of a courthouse forming the epicenter of a number of concentric circles which served as streets. Later in 1837, the layout was changed to a conventional grid most cities are designed on. As of now, Circleville is known across the country for the annual Circleville Pumpkin Show which is also called The Greatest Free Show On Earth.
  • Columbus Curling Club

    2999 Silver Drive Columbus, OH 43224 United States - Phone: +1 614 265 2875
  • Racquet Club of Columbus (The)

    1100 Bethel Road Columbus, OH 43220 United States - Phone: +1 614 457 5671
  • Jefferson Country Club

    7271 Jefferson Meadows Drive Blacklick, OH 43004 United States - Phone: +1 614 759 7784 / +1 614 759 7500
  • Granville Intermediate School

    2025 Burg Street Granville, OH 43023 United States - Phone: +1 740 587 8103
  • USA Sports Academy

    4185 East 5th Avenue Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 235 7529 / +1 800 645 3226(Toll Free)
    This Columbus sports venue hosts regular camps for basketball and volleyball for youth throughout the summer. The facility is over 60,000 square feet and was recently renovated in 2008. Visit the website for details.
  • Thomas Worthington High School

    300 West Granville Road Worthington, OH 43085 United States - Phone: + 614 883 2250
  • Southgate Baptist Church

    2111 South Center Boulevard Springfield, OH 45506 United States - Phone: +1 937 325 0619
  • Denison University

    100 West College Street Granville, OH 43023 United States - Phone: +1 740 587 0810
  • Sunbury Urgent Care

    101 West Cherry Street Suite D Sunbury, OH 43074 United States - Phone: +1 740 965 8305
  • Cedarville University

    251 North Main Street Cedarville, OH 45314 United States - Phone: +1 800 233 2784(Toll Free) /+1 937 766 7700
    Cedarville University is a highly reputed educational institute and almost 3300 graduate from here annually. It focuses on overall development of its students and ensures that they are involved in extra-curricular activities like sports and music too. For detailed information, check its website.
  • Bethel Baptist Church

    7161 Beecher Road Pataskala, OH 43062 United States - Phone: +1 740 927 6041
    Bethel Baptist Church, located in Pataskala, Ohio, was built in 1855. Apart from the church service, they also have a nursery for young children and Sunday classes for all age groups. On Sundays, the prayer service is held at 11:00a in the morning and 6:00p in the evening. Built in 1855 in Romanesque Revival style, this architectural landmark is on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Dublin

    Dublin Columbus, OH 43017 United States - Phone: +1 614 410 4400
    Dublin, a bustling suburb of the Columbus city is a modern city whose history can be traced back to 1802. It has gained popularity owing to the several golf courses here and is home to several golf champions like Jack Nicklaus. Apart from that, Dublin hosts several events throughout the year that includes Memorial Tournament (golf), St. Patrick's Day, Dublin Irish Festival, Christmas Tree Lighting and Halloween Spooktacular. For more details, call ahead or check the website.
  • Dublin Coffman High School

    7030 Coffman Road Columbus, OH 43017 United States - Phone: +1 614 764 5913
    A part of the Dublin Public Schools network, the Dublin Coffman High School is a public school that was established in 1973. Formerly known as the Dublin High School, in 1990 the school was renamed as Dublin Coffman High School. This renowned educational institute imparts excellent academic education to its students and encourages participation in extra-curricular activities as well. The school has a separate Drama Club, Latin club and a Dublin Coffman Marching Band too. Notable alumni include the likes of Tamara Witmer, Chinedum Ndukwe and Nick Goings. For admission schedule and other details, check website.
  • Health, Physical Education and Recreation Center (HPER Center)

    250 Bill Edwards Drive Springfield, OH 45504 United States - Phone: +1 937 327 6469
    The sprawling Health, Physical Education and Recreation Center (better known as HPER Center) covers all the sports facilities of the Wittenberg University. This includes the magnificent and multipurpose Pam Evans Smith Arena - which is used for inter-collegiate sports events and concerts, as well as the Edwards-Maurer Field and Earl F. Morris Track that serves as home fields for football, lacrosse, field hockey and soccer teams. And that's not all, as the center also comprises the Carleton Davidson Stadium, numerous state-of-the-art tennis courts and racquetball courts, swimming pool and a fitness center for the students. As the Wittenberg University is focused on the overall development of its students, the HPER Center plays a vital role to look after the sports aspect. Visit their website to know more.
  • Broad Street United Methodist Church

    501 East Broad Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 221 4571
    It is a historic Methodist church building located in Columbus, Ohio. It was built in the year 1885. The church now offers a community to all ages, races, orientations, family styles and income groups. Various interests promoted are health activities, music and drama, women's programs, youth programs, children’s programs, support to the ill, grief support and many more activities. For upcoming events, activities and sermons, visit their website. The church was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the year 1980.
  • David's United Church of Christ

    80 West Columbus Street Canal Winchester, OH 43110 United States - Phone: +1 614 837 7734
    The David's Reformed Church or the David's United Church of Christ was founded in 1881. This Gothic Revival style church is named in the honor of Rev. David Winters (the first minister that served the area).
  • Claridon Congregational Church

    13942 Mayfield Road Claridon Township, OH 44046 United States - Phone: +1 440 635 1467
    Claridon Congregational Church was built in 1831 in the Greek Revival style of architecture. The historic church is located on U.S. Route 322 Geauga County. In 1974, it was listed on National Register of Historic Places in 1974.
  • First United Methodist Church

    52 North Main Street London, OH 43140 United States - Phone: +1 740 852 0462
    The famed First United Methodist Church is a monumental congregation of the distinguished United Methodist Church. It is situated in downtown London, Ohio in United States. The structure was built in 1894 and with its oozing historic significance, it has been added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1996. It is a massive model of the Gothic Revival and the Jacobean Revival style of architecture. Encompassing a land area of less than an acre, the church works continually to help the individuals in the various areas in life and spirituality. 
  • East Broad Street Presbyterian Church

    760 East Broad Street Columbus, OH 43205 United States - Phone: +1 614 221 6552
    East Broad Street Presbyterian Church is located in Columbus, Ohio, and was built in 1887. Its splendid Richardsonian Romanesque style of architecture replete with a belfry and spire makes it an iconic landmark on the streetcape. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in March 17, 1987.
  • Edwards Gymnasium

    30 Wilmer Street Delaware, OH 43015 United States - Phone: +1 800 922 8953
    The Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, Ohio is home to a multi-purpose arena in the name of the renowned Edwards gymnasium. The Wesleyan Batting Bishops swimming and handball teams practice here. Incorporated in the National Register of Historic Places, it was established in 1906 and functions efficiently even today.
  • Fredericktown Presbyterian Church

    17 South Main Street Fredericktown, OH 43019 United States - Phone: +1 740 694 4751
    Fredericktown Presbyterian Church is located in Fredericktown, Ohio. It was built in 1885 in the Gothic style of architecture. It is a historic structure and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. The tower and spire makes it a landmark on the streetscape.
  • Saint Philip's Episcopal Church

    129 West Mound Street Circleville, OH 43113 United States - Phone: +1 740 474 4525
    The ancient historic church, St. Philip's Episcopal Church was built in 1866. It is precisely located at 129 West Mound Street in Cicleville, Ohio. It is a stone building and finely exemplifies the Gothic and Tudor Revival styles of architecture. It welcomes individuals from all backgrounds, traditions and strata. It stands in the capacity of a house of prayer and the church management strives hard to work towards the spiritual and overall growth of all worshipers. The site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. 
  • Second Baptist Church

    43 East Sandusky Street Mechanicsburg, OH 43044 United States - Phone: +1 937 834 2802
    The Second Baptist Church occupies tremendous historical significance in the region of Ohio. Dating back to the 1850s era, it is one of the foremost churches of the Mechanicsburg region. It is also incorporated in the National Register of Historic Places.
  • St. Paul AME Church

    316 East Market Street Urbana, OH 43078 United States - Phone: +1 937 653 5384
    The St. Paul's African Methodist Episcopal is a simple styled historic church built in 1876. Constructed with a mix of Mid 19th Century Revival and Greek Revival styles, the church has undergone restorations in the past. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places owing to it architectural significance and contribution to the area's local history. The church is an active one and holds regular services.
  • St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church

    27 North Wittenberg Avenue Springfield, OH 45502 United States - Phone: +1 937 323 7508
    St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church, or St. John's Evangelical German Lutheran Church is a historic church in Springfield, Ohio. Built in 1897 by Charles A. Cregar, the church is a great example of Romanesque architecture with stone exteriors, turrets and an extensive rose window. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2006.
  • St. Luke's Episcopal Church

    107 East Broadway Granville, OH 43023 United States - Phone: +1 740 587 0167
    The St. Luke's Episcopal Church is a historic church located in Granville, Ohio. The church was built in 1837 and features Greek Revival style architecture, featuring a grand pedimented portico with elaborate pillars along its whitewashed exteriors. The church building was added to the  National Register of Historic Places in 1976.
  • St Peter's Lutheran Church

    105 East Mulberry Street Lancaster, OH 43130 United States - Phone: +1 740 653 1950
    The Lancester city in the U.S. State of Ohio is bestowed with a superb church site in the form of the St. Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church. The construction of the church dates back to the year 1879. The ancient Lutheran Church has gained tremendous significance over the years. It comprehensively encompasses a land cover of less than one acre. The site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The church welcomes all individuals in the worship and service of the Christ. 
  • Temperance Row Historic District

    Temperance Row Historic District Westerville, OH 43081 United States
    The Temperance Row Historic District is located at Westerville, Ohio. In the year 1909, it came into prominence owing to the Anti-Saloon League of America (ASLA) headquarters that were based here. People and leaders associated with ASLA had their homes in this region.
  • St. Rose's Catholic Church

    7428 State Route 119 Marion Township, OH 45860 United States
    St. Rose's Catholic Church is a beautiful Gothic Revival style structure serving the Catholic Community of Ohio's Marion Township. Constructed with red brick, the church was established in 1892. It features a tall steeple that houses a belfry. Adjacent to the church building is a rectory, school and a cemetery. In 1979, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
  • St. Sebastian's Catholic Church

    County Road 716 Columbus, OH 45860 United States - Phone: +1 419 925 4775
    Established in 1904, St. Sebastian's Catholic Church has been serving the community for more than 100 years. It replaced the former church that was gutted down by a fire. The church was designed by De Curtins brothers in the Gothic Revival style. A steeple, rising above the church's entrance is a dominant feature of this structure. Saint Sebastian Catholic Cemetery is located right behind the church.
  • Trinity Episcopal Church

    125 East Broad Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 221 5351
    Dating back to 1866, the Trinity Episcopal Church features in the National Register of Historic Places. Located in downtown Columbus, this church believes in providing a prayer house for one and all sans any discrimination. Apart from religious services and meditation, the church also supports the needy and engages in various charitable activities. Through the Trinity Choir, it ventures into music and excerpts from Mozart to Vaughan Williams collections are played by its choir. For complete details on events and functions, simply call ahead.
  • Trinity German Evangelical Lutheran Church

    404 South 3rd Street Columbus, OH 43215 United States - Phone: +1 614 224 6818
    The Trinity German Evangelical Lutheran Church was built in 1856 and believes in teaching and spreading the message of god's love to all its members. It started with nineteen women and twenty-five men as the registered member and kept growing. It is very difficult to become a member of the church as the person has to abide by the confessions of the Evangelical Lutheran Church and devote their lives to spreading the message of god. The church firmly believes in helping the needy and emotionally disturbed.
  • Worthington United Presbyterian Church

    773 High Street Worthington, OH 43085 United States - Phone: +1 614 885 5355
    The Worthington Presbyterian Church dates back to 1805, and is certainly a historical landmark. This church offers different programs and events on a regular basis that cater to diverse age groups. For details, check website.