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You're the one who used the term "warhorse" not me. So don't accuse anyone of misrepresentation. You may not have approved of the list but apparently Michael Ruhlman did. He said this in his blog entry: "I’m willing to say now that Columbus exceeds Cleveland as a worthy food destination. And what that means is that Ohio itself has become an awesome food state."
It's not a stereotype when it's on Sancus Blvd, ie Polaris.
Apparently they're calling establishments like these "breastaurants." Teehee. Best line: "There was a real need for this kind of concept in Columbus." I should say so
Did mrnyc really just smiley face himself? Maybe he's turning into gfi, yaoming?
Quote from: rider on December 16, 2010, 02:33:10 AMDid mrnyc really just smiley face himself? Maybe he's turning into gfi, yaoming?actually no. i double posted and you cant get rid of a post when you do that!
More about the reopening of The Jury Room:Remodeled Jury Room hopes to relive past glory Tuesday, December 28, 2010 By Denise TrowbridgeFor The Columbus Dispatch At the Jury Room, it's 1831 all over again. The bar at 22 E. Mound Street first opened in that horse-and-buggy era. On Sunday, it's scheduled to open again with a new owner, a new kitchen and a new menu.The Betty's Family of Restaurants bought the Jury Room in September and has spent the months since renovating the place, thought to be Columbus' oldest bar in continuous operation until its temporary closing.MORE: http://www.dispatch.com/live/content/business/stories/2010/12/28/case-reopened.html