You’re just in time for another round of the best places to eat in Columbus OH. Have you been to any of the restaurants in this city yet? If not, you’ve come to the right place to pick one out, and I’ve got four great restaurant recommendations for you. Check out these establishments as you pick where you are going to enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner in Columbus, Ohio.
Do you like chicken wings? Who doesn’t like chicken wings, and this first place is definitely where to get them. Hot Chicken Takeover is on Spruce Street, and it is all about the chicken wings and sides. Evidently, the place serves up a mean banana pudding, too. Order up some chicken wings, sides, bread, banana pudding and a glass of sweet tea, which also makes the menu highlights. Does it get any better?
Katzinger’s Delicatessen is in the German Village, and it is a treat to visit. This is a historic district, and the restaurant is specifically located at 475 South 3rd Street. Enjoy corned beef, mazo ball soup, a Reuben and more. As you well know, a deli is known for its sandwiches. This German deli does it right.
Brown Bag Deli may sound like a simple place, and you might want to overlook it at first glance. Yet it is one of the top-ranked restaurants in Columbus OH. Located off of Mohawk Street, Brown Bag Deli is also known for its sandwiches. Of course, it’s right in German Village, just like Katzinger’s Delicatessen. I don’t know if you can handle two sandwich shops in the same village, but you can certainly pick which one you like best.
The Guild House is the last pick for this article, and its location is North High Street. Again, you have another restaurant to look at on North High Street. Your belly can only take so much food, so choose wisely. This establishment is known for its smoked trout, sea bass, wild mushrooms, lamb burgers and more. The prime rib is also a popular favorite.
Two restaurant recommendations in German Village, and dining establishment on North High Street and a top place to order up chicken wings were part of this article. Those chicken wings have taken over in my mind. I would certainly want to pay a visit to German Village though, too, if I were visiting Columbus OH. Out of those restaurants, which do you think is best? You’re going to have to try them out first.