The Coronavirus may have the city a little quieter than usual, but you can still support urban eateries by ordering your favorite fare for carryout or delivery.
Here are a handful restaurants with the options they offer…
In the midst of the holiday hoopla, here are 8 ways to find simple joy this week right here in Downtown Columbus.
Cirque Musica’s Holiday Wishes
Wednesday, December 4 | 7:30 pm
Palace Theater, 34 W Broad St
Ring in the holiday season with hilarious hijinks and good cheer…
Nothing beats a week of all your favorite things. And here they are – all in Downtown Columbus this week.
Kevin Gates: I’m Him Tour
Wednesday, October 16 | 6:30 pm
EXPRESS LIVE! 405 Neil Ave
Known as a rapper’s rapper, Louisiana-born Kevin Gates delivers music his way: deep, raw, and intense…
9 foods you gotta try in Columbus, Ohio
Columbus is a welcoming city – for all. It’s a city that embraces and respects cultural diversity. It’s a city in which 8% of the population is foreign-born. It’s a city that immigrants from Mexico, Central America, South America, Asia, and Africa call home.
And it’s a city that invites and enjoys culinary diversity from across the country and around the world. Here are 9 foods to tempt your taste buds with.
Delightful destinations to impress out-of-town guests.
Like most locals, you probably take what’s right in front of you for granted. It’s no big deal – until an out-of-town family member or friend makes plans for a visit. Then, suddenly, it’s a problem. A big one.
In our panicked state, most of us jump all over social media asking for recommendations on extra-special, out-of-the-ordinary things to do, see, and experience.
Such desperation can lead to chaos, mayhem, and in-fighting among your online friends. Forget the advice. Forego the drama. We’ve got you covered. Here’s how to entertain visitors (and enjoy it!) while showing off our fine and friendly city.
How to spend a snowy day – without building another snowman.
Snow, glorious snow. It has its merits: school closings, hot chocolate, and winter woolies. It has its drawbacks too: boredom, restless kids, and snowmen – lots of snowmen.
Don’t get us wrong. Snowmen (and snowwomen) are fantastic. It’s just that with the 27 inches of snow that Columbus averages each year, it can get a little, well, same-old, same-old, rolling and stacking the white stuff.
So, when you’ve been-there, done-that with the snowperson thing, check the weather forecast, check your mood, and check this list for 10 ways to while away a winter’s day.
Why limit happy to just an hour? No reason, thanks to these best-of-Downtown-Columbus bars, clubs, restaurants and hot spots.
Celebrate a special occasion, each other or nothing at all. Here’s how and where to do Downtown when you’ve got an evening to spend.
Downtown Columbus is full of something-for-everyone fun---on a budget, on a whim or on a weekend.
Today, tomorrow, this weekend. Anytime.