Where To Eat In Columbus?

Where to Eat In Columbus - Milestone 229

Milestone 229 is an open, contemporary restaurant located in Bicentennial Park, a 4.66-acre space in Downtown Columbus. Milestone 229 provides elevated comfort food from a scratch-kitchen, all made using only the finest and freshest ingredients available. 

Where to Eat In Columbus - Fancy Franks Gourmet Hot Dogs

. Dirty Frank’s Hot Dog Palace is just as amazing as it sounds. They’ve been open for over a decade now, or as they put it themselves, they’ve been “stuffing wieners in faces since 2009”!

Where to Eat In Columbus - The Thurman Café

The Thurman Cafe is one of Columbus’ most popular restaurants and it is considered by many to be serving up some of the best hamburgers in the country. The Thurman Cafe has been a landmark in German Village since it opened in 1942, an area just south of downtown Columbus that was built in the 19th century.

Where to Eat In Columbus - R Bar Arena

If you’re in the Buckeye City for a Columbus Blue Jackets game, there may be no bar better suited for you than the R Bar Arena.

Where to Eat In Columbus - Schmidt's Sausage Haus

Just south of downtown Columbus lies the historic German Village. This charming village, built by 19th century immigrants, is home to Schmidt’s Sausage Haus und Restaurant. Dating all the way back to 1886, Schmidt’s is a part of Columbus history.

Where to Eat In Columbus - Basi Italia

With an underwhelming, house-like exterior, it would be easy to walk past Basi Italia and not think twice about it. However, this intimate restaurant is one of the hidden gems of Columbus.