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Today, Eater returns to Columbus, Ohio, to focus on 12 buzz-worthy restaurants and bars that have opened in the past year.
Once again, longtime Columbus food writer and executive editor of Beth Stallings serves up her picks for the hottest dining the city currently has on offer.
The wait for chefs Matthew Heaggans and Catie Randazzo to open Ambrose and Eve would have seemed like an eternity if not for the old school smashburger pop-up they created in the interim.
(And, thankfully, continue to operate.) At Preston’s various locales — which include a food truck and the order-at-the-window kitchens inside both Woodlands bars — the duo sling the most raved-about burgers around, along with other classed-up fast food favorites (hot chicken and fried fish sandwiches, house-made “Funyuns”).
Read More A Spanish-influenced restaurant from chef Rick Lopez (La Tavola), Lupo brings smart tapas to the sleepy suburb of Upper Arlington.
Lopez’s protege, Todd Elder, curates the rotating menu, which celebrates seafood and roasted meats with a spirits list heavy on sherry, vermouth, and amari you won’t find anywhere else.
Skip the pastrami and opt instead for the brisket or house-cured salmon with a Block’s bagel and whipped cream cheese.
With midcentury modern basement vibes, a splash of beer nostalgia, and quirky yellow lighting, you’ll want to pull up a seat and stay awhile.To drink, Columbusites are flocking to a crowded former bank lobby (the Citizens Trust), an arcade-meets-distillery (High Bank Distillery Co.), and a Franklinton brewery with rooftop bar and views for days (Brew Dog Franklinton).Here now, embracing the hype, is the Eater Heatmap to Columbus.Run by industry veteran Kevin Crowley (Northstar Cafe, Third & Hollywood) with some help from chef Silas Caeton (Cosecha Cocina, Veritas), the cozy blue-tiled and oak-accented cafe serves live-fire baked bagels.Fittingly, you can’t go wrong with the house-smoked lox with perfectly biting pickles.