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Table TalkThe new restaurant in the Short North has a philanthropic side, too.
The 2009 Central Coast wine has a lot: nice acidity; soft, sweet tannins, oak integration and a hint of smoke, Wine Wisdom author Roger Gentile says.
Some ThisWeek staffers like the strong condiment with meat dishes.
The city of Whitehall hopes an expanded offering of entertainment and food -- and a little cooperation from Mother Nature -- will increase attendance at the city's second Food Truck & Fun Festival, set July 26 on South Yearling Road between Etna Road and Langley Avenue.
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Freshbox Café grows from a catering business at Trinity Episcopal Church downtown.
The 2011 Tommasi Poggio al Tufo Rompicollo is a true super Tuscan from the easternmost region, it even touches the sea.
They were like a lot of young chefs, commiserating over beers after working long hours in a high-volume kitchen.
A Cincinnati-based pizza chain plans to open in Dublin in the former Cici's Pizza location.
La Chatelaine owner rewarded
After nearly two decades of recognizing and providing for the men who fought back oppressors in his homeland, the owner of La Chatelaine himself last week proudly accepted one of France's highest honors.
Chile has two strengths as a wine producing country: weather and affordability.
Pizza is a funny thing: so many types of sauce, toppings and dough styles.
In an age when everything seems to be going posh in German Village, there's still a place to sidle up to the counter, order a rib-sticking Western omelet and a cup of Maxwell House coffee.
Diversity of cuisine is growing in Lewis Center.
Grandview Avenue is known for its eclectic blend of stores and restaurants.
The first taste of Fresh Thyme Farmers Market was a pleasant one.
The Mid-Ohio Foodbank will once again offer free, fresh produce to Madison Township residents in need this summer.
Experts and enthusiasts say there’s room for much more.
Jonathon Sawyer, the acclaimed Cleveland chef and restaurateur, plans to make his mark on the Columbus dining scene this year.