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This is our 8th Annual Readers’ Choice section. It highlights ThisWeek readers’ choices in more than 100 categories, ranging from favorite physician to best sushi. Through our 24 weekly publications and our website,, we asked

readers to vote online during October. We are proud to announce all the winners within these pages. These are the businesses that are thriving in each and every one of ThisWeek’s communities.



Thank you to everyone who voted!


Primrose School of Lewis Center The Goddard School for Early Childhood Development La Petite Academy


The Ohio State University Otterbein University Capital University Columbus State



Delaware Area Career Center Tolles Career & Technical Center Eastland-Fairfield Career and Technical Schools

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Online School

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Worthington Jewelers Kimberly’s Diamond Corner Denig Jewelers Morgan’s Treasure

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PIZZA, PASTA, SUBS & SALADS Pizza House, a Columbus landmark since 1961, celebrated 55 years in the restaurant business in March 2016. Along the way, they’ve collected numerous awards and gained countless loyal customers with their delicious made-from-scratch Italian dishes and their warm hospitality. Owner Billy Colasante attributes much of their success to family ownership. “Not being part of a corporation puts us in a minority these days, but we feel that it gives us a leg up.” He has been the owner for the past 25 years. Mr. Colasante is a Columbus resident who grew up in this area and feels a strong connection to the community. One of the ways he demonstrates this is by sponsoring numerous youth athletic teams and programs. The community has been expressing appreciation for this family business by continually recognizing Pizza House with various awards and accolades. Some of these include AOL’s City’s Best Pizza, Town Favorite Channel 6 Clean Plate Award, Columbus Monthly’s “Best Pizza

in Town,” 2010 & 2011 SNP and 2014 & 2016 Th isWeek Reader’s Choice Award for “among the best pizza in Columbus,” and even recognition from the Ohio House of Representatives for success in business. The reason for that success is not hard to understand: the recipes and menu are the same as they were 55 years ago, all family recipes. Some perennial favorites are lasagna, calzones (they are huge), and a variety of pizzas including delicious white pizza and pesto pizza. Glutenfree items are available also, such as ravioli and pizza. Meatballs and sauces are made fresh daily. Quality ingredients and preparation are the standard every day. With over 1,000 square feet of space, there is plenty of room for accommodating all the Pizza House regular customers as well as newcomers.

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Mitchell’s Ocean Club Bonefish Grill Mitchell’s Fish Market


Schneider’s Bakery Crumbz Cakery Mozart’s Bakery & Piano Cafe



Senior Antonios Mexicano Restaurante & Cantina Las Margaritas El Vaquero Mexican Restaurant


Akai Hana Japanese Restaurant Asian Gourmet & Sushi Bar Fusian


Texas Roadhouse Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse Mitchell’s Steakhouse Pizza House of Columbus Red Apron Pizza Co. Dewey’s Pizza Donatos

Carfagna’s Market Weiland’s Market Schuman’s Meats

Grocery Store Kroger Giant Eagle Carfagna’s Market Weiland’s Market Meijer


John Eagle Candies Lulu’s Sweet Shop Nutcraker Family Restaurant Santa Cruz Candy Company

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Whole Foods Market Fresh Thyme Farmers Market GNC


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Mozart’s Bakery & Piano Cafe Nutcrackers Family Restaurant

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Nasty’s Five Guys Smashburger

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Starbucks Crimson Cup Coffee & Tea Java Central Coffee House & Gifts

Nasty’s Roosters Amano’s

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Graeter’s Cold Stone Creamery Jeni’s

Chipotle Mexican Grill Yabo’s Tacos Big Mamma’s Burritos

Sports Bar

Carfagna’s Kitchen Buca di Beppo Rusty Bucket Restaurant and Tavern

Polaris Grille Scambler Marie’s Matt the Miller’s Tavern J.Liu Restaurant & Bar First Watch

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Roush Hardware Beechwold Hardware Co. Ace Hardware


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Levis 4 Floors America’s Floor Source Kelley’s Wholesale Carpet & Flooring Oakland Nurseries Buck and Sons Landscape Service, Inc. Miller Landscapes of Westerville, LLC

Oakland Nurseries Cimmenello’s Inc. Strader’s Garden Centers

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Music Store

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Best Buy Apple Micro Center Computers & Electronics

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Art Gallery

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Communities can celebrate local businesses Owning a business is the goal of many would-be entrepreneurs. Being your own boss has certain perks, including making your own hours and not having to report to anyone but yourself. But owning a business is a lot of work, especially for new business owners trying to get their businesses off the ground. According to Bloomberg, eight out of 10 entrepreneurs who start businesses fail within 18 months of opening their doors. The Small Business Association indicates the numbers are not so dire, saying 30 percent of new businesses fail in the first two years of operation; 50 percent during the first five years; and 66 percent during the first 10. Local businesses face an uphill battle to survive, but there are many things residents can do to support these valuable additions to their communities. • Shop locally. Shopping locally not only supports local businesses, but it also contributes to the local economy. Shopping locally keeps money in the community, which can benefit everyone. Shopping locally produces a trickle-down effect,

as local businesses that are thriving may patronize other local businesses, and so on. This, in turn, helps grow other businesses in the community, making it a nicer place to live and work. • Spread the word. Wordof-mouth advertising is effective. A respected member of the community who shares a good experience with a local business may propel others to patronize the business. Speak up when you feel a business owner has provided an exceptional level of service. Recommend a company to friends and neighbors. You also may want to review a business via online rating websites such as Yelp or Angie’s List. • Attend grand openings. Each community is unique, and often the vibe of a community is defined by the businesses that call that community home. Small businesses benefit communities by boosting the local economy. Attend grand openings to show you are invested in the quality businesses. businesses are known for their way to support a local business and vitality of your community. Supporting and celebrating customer service, and employees is to work for one. Small local When others see a business doing businesses employ millions local businesses can instill a sense often become experts in their well, they may be more inclined of community pride and benefit products and services because of people across the country, to shop there as well. the local economy in a myriad of of the hands-on experience they and many foster great working • Apply for work. Another ways. gain while working for small environments. In addition, small

Try these easy ‘green’ Thanksgiving ideas Thanksgiving is a holiday to give thanks and share special moments with family and friends. While the original Thanksgiving might have taken place during a time when food was sparse, nowadays Thanksgiving often involves excessive amounts of food, with more food ending up in the garbage than in celebrants’ bellies. The United States Department of Agriculture projects that Americans will throw away more than 200 million pounds of edible turkey meat this Thanksgiving holiday. And Thanksgiving typically ushers in a period of wastefulness, as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says American households produce roughly 25 percent

more trash between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day than during the rest of the year. Reducing waste is a worthy goal year-round, but especially so during the holiday season. And accomplishing that goal can be done without sacrificing holiday traditions. • Use fine china when serving meals. Thanksgiving provides an opportunity to serve meals on fine china and use the silverware that has gone unused instead of disposable plates and utensils. In addition to adding a touch of elegance to meals, reusable china and silverware is less wasteful than paper plates and plastic utensils. Cloth napkins and other table linens are also more

eco-friendly than paper napkins. • Decorate using natural items. Scour the great outdoors for all-natural centerpiece materials or other items that can be turned into wreaths and garlands. Vases filled with pine cones and acorns make for beautiful, inexpensive and festive decorations. • Shop locally and organically. When shopping for Thanksgiving dinner, choose local produce, poultry and grains whenever possible. Resist the urge to buy more than you need as well. Skip some of the less-popular dishes that are used only to make the table seem full. Buy a small turkey or think about only serving turkey breasts, which tend to be the most popular cuts


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Pet Grooming

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Pet Store

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Vet Clinic

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of the bird. Use reusable shopping bags to carry items home and reduce waste even further. • Light candles and reduce energy consumption. During the meal, eat by candlelight and turn off lights in other areas of the home that are not in use. Rather than turning on the television, take the party outdoors and play a game of football on

the front lawn. • Have a local Thanksgiving. Start a new tradition and invite nearby friends and family over for the holiday instead of traveling long distances. According to Use Less Stuff, a resource for ecoconscious men and women, if each family reduced gasoline consumption by one gallon (roughly 20 miles), they could reduce

greenhouse gas emissions by one million tons. • Send home the leftovers. Send each guest home with some leftovers if you have any. This way the refrigerator isn’t left full of items that will end up uneaten. Otherwise, donate uncooked food to a local food bank. Use any scraps of vegetables in a compost pile. • Don’t let recycling fall by the wayside. Remember to recycle all applicable items. Just because it’s a holiday doesn’t mean recycling habits should be forgotten. Encourage guests to pitch in by clearly marking recycling bins. Thanksgiving can be less wasteful without detracting from the enjoyment and true meaning of the holiday.

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Ways to give back to local schools


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Schools frequently serve as a home away from home for millions of students. Although children regularly spend six or more hours per day inside the classroom and schools are instrumental in shaping the lives of students, many schools are making due with very few resources. The Center of Budget and Policy Priorities says that, in the United States, education budgets are providing less per-pupil funding for kindergarten through 12th grade than they did just a few years ago. What’s more, local school districts typically have little recourse to replace lost state aid on their own. Schools have various needs that must be addressed. Financial donations and/or volunteer work is one way to address those needs. The following is a look at how people can support neighborhood schools and ensure they deliver the best education for local students. • Shop smartly. A simple way to give back to school is to buy supplies from brands that give a portion of their profits to schools or those that match purchases with donated items. Some of these brands and retailers include Office Max, Target and Levi Strauss. When shopping, purchase extra materials for schools, which are often short on supplies. Many teachers regularly tap into their own money to buy supplies or to help students who are in need. • Volunteer to help in the classroom. Large classroom sizes can pull teachers in many directions. Volunteering in the classroom a few hours per week can make it easier

Consider giving to your local schools, be it time, financial donations or gently-used items. for teachers to devote their energy to those who need it most and to provide one-on-one attention more frequently. • Give when you can. Financial donations can help schools offset budget cuts. Donations can be made via one-time contributions or by participating in school-organized fundraisers. • Volunteer in other ways. Volunteer to lead a committee or to work in the school library. Funding

may be cut for specialized programs, so investigate any opportunities to organize activities during school or after school when many kids have nothing to do. • Make other donations. Check your home for old musical instruments, books, sports equipment, and other items that schools can put to good use. With some ingenuity, people can give back to schools throughout the year.



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Bexley Dermatology Westerville Dermatology Dr. Linda Rupert

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Dr. Robert J. Forche (Kristal & Forche Orthodontics) Dr. Steven Emrich Dr. James T. Hutta

Active Physical Therapy Fitness Matters Worthington Orthopedic One

Urgent Care


Step By Step Pediatrics Dr. Scott Tyson (Pediatric Associates Inc.) Dr. Michele Mahoney, Rivers Edge Pediatrics

Nationwide Children’s Hospital Close to Home Arlington Urgent Care The Little Clinic, Lewis Center

Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center OhioHealth Hometown Urgent Care


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Aesthetic Medicine

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