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277 W. Nationwide Blvd., Ste. 125 Columbus, OH 43215 614-221-6623 • 800-354-2657 President and CEO brian ross Vice President, Marketing Amy Tillinghast Director, Marketing cathe moog Director, Tourism Kari Kauffman Director, Communications beth Ervin Manager, Marketing claudia plumley Coordinator, Marketing sandi combs

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Plan Your Visit Getting Around Columbus Maps Can’t-Miss Columbus Eat your way through the North Market, explore history, check out our notable neighborhoods, take a walk on the wild side, find art inspiration or catch a live show. There are endless ways to truly experience all Columbus has to offer.

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16 Summer Events Kick-start summer with Columbus’ myriad events—from Picnic with the Pops and Triple-A baseball to food fests galore and jazz at the zoo.

23 Attractions & Entertainment

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Keep the kids entertained with a wild trip to Zoombezi Bay or find fun for adults at Hollywood Casino Columbus.

31 Food & Drink Check out these local watering holes as they shake up the local craft cocktail scene to a whole new level.

42 Sports The Buckeyes, Crew, Clippers and Ohio Machine lead an action-packed lineup.

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43 Shopping Where to go for one-of-a-kind finds.

46 Lodging 50 Business & Service Directory

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Plan Your Visit

 look for the Pin In Columbus, we’re dedicated to providing visitors with an amazing experience. That’s why the Greater Columbus Tourism Ambassador Program was developed. Our goal is to provide a destination-wide culture of quality service and welcoming residents to create a memorable visitor experience. We’re working with employees and volunteers at attractions, restaurants, hotels and transportation companies around Central Ohio to make your visit the best it can be. Hundreds of people have already earned the national Certified Tourism Ambassador™ designation. Look for certified staff wearing the gold star pin.

 ask the experts

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Milestone 229 located at the Scioto Mile (above). Columbus Pride Parade.

Perfect for a weekend getaway, Columbus is located within 550 miles of more than half of the nation’s population and is easily accessible by car or plane.  Visit to make sure you experience all the best of Columbus. You can use My Planner to create your own itinerary and share it with your travel partners, view Trip Ideas, make hotel and restaurant reservations, purchase a travel package and browse an up-to-date events calendar. Sign up for free membership in the Columbus Insiders Club. You’ll receive a monthly email with special offers, discounts and previews to the city’s top attractions and events.

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Need more help? Speak with a Columbus Travel Counselor by calling 866-397-2657. Staff members can provide ideas, suggestions and directions to customize your visit. You also can ask our staff questions on Twitter using #expcols. If you’re in need of guidance while exploring the downtown area, Capital Crossroads Ambassadors are available to answer questions and provide directions seven days a week. They’re easy to spot: Look for the folks with the word “Safety” on their backs.

 Take Our visitor Survey How is Columbus doing? Take our visitor survey on One minute, five questions will let us know.

 visitor Centers Find out more at our two Visitor Centers. The Downtown location at 277 W. Nationwide Blvd. in the Arena District is open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. and Saturday-Sunday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. The Easton Town Center location is open Monday-Saturday from 10 a.m.9 p.m. and Sunday from noon-6 p.m.





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Getting Around  to Columbus Drivers can reach Columbus via two major interstates that intersect near downtown: I-70 (east-west) and I-71 (north-south). I-670 connects the airport to downtown, and I-270 circles the city. For construction information, go to or call 614-645PAVE. See pages 8-9 for Columbus-area and downtown maps. Visitors flying into the city arrive at Port Columbus International Airport (614-239-4000;, located just 10 minutes east of downtown and served by the following carriers: Air Canada, AirTran, American, Delta, Southwest, United and US Airways. Megabus (877-462-6342; serves Columbus with drop-offs near The Ohio State University campus and downtown Columbus.

 Around Columbus

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nonstop flights to Columbus

It’s easy to get around Ohio’s capital. Automobiles are available for rent through Experience Columbus members (see page 56). Public transportation is provided by Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA, 614-228-1776 or Normal bus fare is $2; express fare, $2.75. View maps of all bus routes at or click on the bus icon when getting directions on COTA makes it easy to ride: 1) Know where you want to go. 2) Use the Google Trip Planner on to find your bus number and departure time. 3) Arrive at the bus stop five minutes before departure time. 4) Get on board and pay your fare. You will need exact change. 5) At your destination, exit out the back door. Taxi service is widely available (Yellow Cab, 614-444-4444). The average fare from Port Columbus International Airport to downtown is $22.

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Visitor Information Resources Visitor Bureaus CamBridge/guernsey County Visitors & ConVention Bureau, 627 Wheeling Ave.,

Ste. 200, Cambridge, 43725, 740-432-2022. Home of Salt Fork Lake, Seneca Lake, Living Word Outdoor Drama and Cambridge Glass.

ConVention & Visitors Bureau of Worthington, 777 High St., P.O. Box 225, 43085, 614-841-2545. Historic area with restaurants, shopping and entertainment.

CoshoCton County ConVention & Visitors Bureau, 401 Main St., Coshocton,

43812, 740-622-4877. Historic Roscoe Village, wineries, public golf courses, outdoor recreation and more.

delaWare County tourism Bureau, 34 S. Sandusky St., Delaware, 43015, 740-368-4748. Home to the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium. destination: Canal WinChester, P.O. Box 45, Canal Winchester, 43110, 614-270-5053. Museums, restaurants and shopping. destination hilliard, 5274 Norwich St., 43026, 614-664-3290. Charming small town just minutes from Columbus and the new Casino.

duBlin ConVention & Visitors Bureau, 9 S. High St., 43017, 800-245-8387. Just northwest of Columbus and home of the Dublin Irish Festival, the Memorial Tournament and 14 hotels.

fairfield County Visitors and ConVention Bureau, 124 W. Main St.,

Ste. 200, Lancaster, 43130, 740-654-5929.

gahanna ConVention & Visitors Bureau, 167 Mill St., 43230, 614-418-9114. Nostalgic Americana minutes from Columbus.

grandVieW marBle Cliff area ChamBer of CommerCe, 1258-B Grandview Ave., 43212, 614-486-0196. Chamber of commerce.

greater liCking County ConVention & Visitors Bureau, 455 Hebron Rd., St. Rte. 79, Heath, 43056, 740-345-8224. Country inns, bike trails, waterparks, theater, Longaberger Homestead and golf.

groVe City area Visitors & ConVention Bureau, 3378 Park St., 43123, 614-539-8747. Grove City is six miles from Downtown Columbus.

marketing morroW llC/ morroW County Visitor’s Bureau, 80 N. Walnut St.,

Ste. B, Mt. Gilead, 43338, 419-947-7535.

reynoldsBurg Visitor & Community aCtiVities Bureau, P. O. Box 357, 43068, 614-866-4888. Home of the Tomato Festival.

tusCaraWas County ConVention and Visitors Bureau, 124 E. High Ave., New Philadelphia, 44663, 330-602-2420.

union County ConVention & Visitors Bureau, 227 E. Fifth St., Marysville, 43040, 937-642-6279. Offering small town charm. Covered bridges and the Big Darby Plains Scenic Byway.

Wayne County ConVention & Visitors Bureau, 428 W. Liberty St., Wooster, 44691, 330-264-1800.

WesterVille Visitors & ConVention Bureau, 20 W. Main St., 43081, 614-794-0401.

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Shopping, antiques, arts, festivals and museums.

Visitor information resources aaa ohio auto CluB, 90 E. Wilson Bridge Rd., 43085, 614-431-7800. Coordinating meeting, event and incentive programs. artsinohio.Com, 614-466-2613. Visit, for a complete guide to arts and culture in Ohio. 614.228.2674

at&t yelloW Pages, 1530 Corporate Woods

Pkwy., 44685, 330-896-6024. Your direct source to all businesses in the Greater Columbus region.

ColumBusarts.Com, 100 E. Broad St., Ste. 2250, 43215, 614-224-2606. Guide to cultural events.

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ColumBus metroPolitan liBrary, 96 S. Grant Ave., 43215, 614-645-2275.

huntington national Bank, 41 S. High

St., HCO416, 43215, 614-480-4005. Several locations throughout Central Ohio. Welcome to visitors.

imPortant numBers AAA (Emergency) Central Ohio Transit Authority Columbus Road Construction Hotline Columbus Tourism Information

614-431-3388 614-228-1776

614-645-7283 614-221-2489 or 866-397-2657 #expcols on Twitter Emergency 911 Fire 614-221-2345 Franklin County Sheriff 614-462-3333 International Visitors Council Inc. 614-225-9057 Ohio Tourism Information 800-282-5393 Police 614-645-4545 Port Columbus International Airport 614-239-4083 State Highway Patrol 614-466-2660 Time/Weather 614-281-1111 Urgent Care-OhioHealth in partnership with NextCare Downtown/Victorian Village 614-544-0822 Dublin 614-923-0300 Gahanna 614-476-1112 Grove City 614-833-0160 Powell 740-549-2700 Reynoldsburg 614-522-6900 U.S. Customs 614-497-1865

Blooms & Butterflies March 9–September 2 Bruce Munro: Light! Opening September 25

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Columbus Maps Greater Columbus

ZipZone Canopy Tours

Early Television Museum Jack Nicklaus Museum

The Ohio State University

Ohio History Center/ Ohio Village South Campus Gateway

UNIVERSITY DISTRICT Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens

Hollywood Casino Columbus

Tanger Outlet Center at Jeffersonville

Scioto Downs Racino

Hocking Hills Canopy Tours Hocking Peaks Adventure Park

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attractions & entertainment

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neighborhoods that entertain Short North Arts District

Arena District

Head north on High Street from the Arena District and you’ll land in this creative neighborhood filled with art galleries, boutiques and hip restaurants and bars. The neighborhood’s alternative roots show every July 4 when the DooDah Parade marches down High Street. Another great time to visit is the first Saturday of every month for Gallery Hop, when galleries and stores stay open late and entertainers line the streets.

True to its name, this is the spot for sports action, including the minor league Clippers baseball team at Huntington Park and the pro hockey Blue Jackets at Nationwide Arena. But entertainment doesn’t stop there. There’s also popular indoor-outdoor music venue Lifestyles Communities Pavilion, and a splattering of casual restaurants and bars.

German Village Located just south of downtown, the historic brick homes and streets of German Village make it not just one of the city’s most charming neighborhoods, but a local favorite, too. So it’s no surprise you’ll find great restaurants, shops and bars nestled throughout.

Clintonville Just south of Worthington, this popular neighborhood has attractions from the Park of Roses to the many independently owned retail shops and restaurants that line High Street. During warmer months, people flock to the Clintonville Farmers Market to get fresh produce and to the Olentangy River recreational trail, along the river to hike and bike.

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explore the brewery district  Just a block from German Village, the Brewery District is home to the nation’s largest theater troupe, shadowbox live, which thrills audiences with its original sketch comedy and live music. Stop for locally produced microbrews at the columbus brewing company restaurant or choose from hundreds of varieties at world of beer.

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Short North Arts District

One of the city���s historic treasures and culinary hot spots is the North Market, home to chocolatiers, bakers and ice cream makers, cheese pros and ethic eateries. Head here for a big meal, quick snack or a treat to take home. In many cases you can talk with the chefs and entrepreneurs. A few spots not to miss: Photo courtesy ARNOLD AGENCY © SNBA

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Columbus Historical Society

Located in COSI, this exhibit space includes artifacts and materials documenting the past 100 years in Columbus.

Jack Nicklaus Museum Sports fans won’t want to miss this museum spanning the history of golf and the career of Nicklaus, a Columbus native and one of the world’s most accomplished golfers, who got his start here.

Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum The Hall of Fame Museum shares the 75-year history of motorcycles through special exhibits, such as “2 Wheels + Motor,” a fine art exhibition featuring 45 artists.

Historic Roscoe Village Explore life during the canal era at this recreated village along the once booming Ohio-Erie canal in Coshocton. Meet re-enactors on walking tours. Check out modern boutiques and dining establishments.

Ohio History Center History comes to life at Ohio Village, a re-creation of a Civil War-era Ohio town that features varied historical exhibits throughout the year. Opening July 13 is “1950s: Building the American Dream,” an exhibit that allows people to walk through a life-sized Lustron home, produced in Columbus.  For the Foodie: Get a taste of what the city’s burgeoning food scene has to offer on the popular Columbus Food Adventures and A La Carte Food tours, both which offer more than eight culinarythemed excursions.  For the sightseer: Filled with fun facts about Ohio history, the Greek-Revival style ohio statehouse lives up to its moniker as the “people’s house” as it’s open daily for free tours. It’s also one of 29 spots on the segAway tours of Columbus, a face-paced, two-hour breeze through the top downtown highlights.  For the history buFF: Join the Columbus Landmarks Foundation on its monthly tour of historic taverns that nod to the architecture and oft-scandalous history of Columbus’ long-standing watering holes.

gEt wild Rated one of the best in the country, mark the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium as a must-see during your visit. Come to see the polar bears and artic fox at Polar Frontier, touch a stingray at Stingray Bay and get up close to hundreds of other exotic wildlife. Make a splash at Zoombezi Bay, which is open through Sept. 2. Grab your swimsuit and explore 22-acres of aquatic adventure, including 17 water slides, a wave pool and two rivers. For an even greater

wildlife fix, head two hours east to the zoo’s sister park, the Wilds, located on 10,000 acres of reclaimed mine land in Cumberland. Take a safari tour starting in May, for a glimpse of zebras, cheetahs, giraffes and southern white rhinoceros. Adventure continues a few hours southeast of the city at Hocking Hills, where the national forest is wrought with outdoor fun perfect for a day trip or weekend getaway. There are zip line tours, fishing, swimming and boating in the nearby lakes, as well as hiking trail standouts to Old Man’s Cave, Ash Cave and Cantwell Cliffs. Photo courtesy DISPATCH PRINTING CO.

Brezel On any given day, this Bavarian pretzel shop might have nine or more seasonal flavored pretzels such as smoked Gouda or cinnamon and sugar.

Lan Viet Market A popular spot for locals, this Vietnamese stand is worth seeking out for their authentic dishes and daily specials.

Taste of Belgium Sample one bite of the warm, sugary Belgian-style waffles fresh

from the iron and you’re sure to buy a four-pack to take home—or eat on the spot.

as the Obama Dog, a Chicagostyle beef hot dog with Chicago cheeses.

Pam’s Market Popcorn

North Market Spices

Inspired by Chicago’s famous Garrett’s popcorn, this Columbus staple offers classics like white cheddar or sweet and salty, as well as unusual flavors like key lime pie.

With two walls lined with five long shelves packed with what seems to be every known spice, herb or extract in the world, it might be safe to say that if it’s not here, it doesn’t exist.

Best of the Wurst

Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams

Head here for all-beef hot dogs. Try a plain dog for $3.50 or get one of the fancier offerings, such

Called America’s best ice cream by Time Magazine, Jeni’s offers intriguing flavors like dark

Jeni’s ice cream chocolate ice cream laced with red cayenne peppers. Stop at the original spot of Columbus’ hometown favorite ice cream And try as many samples as you’d like: they’ll gladly let you try several to help you decide.

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 When not hosting Columbus Blue Jackets hockey games, Nationwide Arena welcomes worldclass musical acts, including One Direction on June 18 and Justin Bieber on July 12.  Value City Arena, home court of Ohio State’s basketball teams, doubles as a rock stage. Bruno Mars performs on July 10 and Big Time Rush and Victoria Justice perform on Aug. 6.  Newport Music Hall, located across from Ohio State’s campus, is known as the nation’s “longest continually running rock club.” Summer shows include Atlas Genius on June 7 and Say Anything on June 28.  Indoor-outdoor venue Lifestyle Communities Pavilion (known simply as “The LC” to locals), is located in the Arena

District. This summer it hosts O.A.R. on July 6. More rock entertainment can be found next door at The Basement, where up-andcoming bands perform. Up the street, join an interactive sing-along at dueling piano bar The Big Bang.  Get into the true spirit of summertime when Kenny Chesney performs at Crew Stadium on June 29.  The Wexner Center for the Arts also offers a packed performance schedule and hosts The National on June 15 at The LC and Bonnie “Prince” Billy and Dawn McCarthy at the Wexner’s performance space on Aug. 2.  Catch more music at the Creekside Blues & Jazz Festival, June 14-16, the Jazz & Rib Fest, July 19-21, and Festival Latino, Aug. 10-11.

out and about: For Free Columbus Museum of Art Visit for free on Sundays and view “Strings Attached: The Living Tradition of Czech Puppets,” through Aug. 4.

Columbus Commons Held Thursday nights through Sept. 5, the free Downtown Live Concert Series features local bands and food trucks.

Grange Insurance Audubon Center This educational facility on the Whittier Peninsula teaches visitors about birds, nature and going green.

The King Arts Complex The Heritage Concert Series showcases musical acts Thursday nights July 11-Aug. 29 in Mayme Moore Park.

WaterFire On seven nights this summer, listen to live music while the Scioto River downtown lights up with floating bonfires.

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For kids oF all aGes These child-friendly events and activities are sure to entertain parents, too.

“MythBusters: The Explosive Exhibition” comes to COSI

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A full-size historical preservation of Christopher Columbus’ flagship, the Santa Maria, is moored downtown on the Scioto River. The ship serves as a history museum, open for guided tours that tell how Columbus’ voyage changed the world forever. The Columbus Children’s Theatre, located in the Arena District, presents two great shows this summer: “The Wedding Singer,” July 11-28, and “Disney’s The Little Mermaid Jr.,” Aug. 7-18. CATCO is Kids offers even more theatrical fun with “The Rude Mechanicals,” on stage at the Columbus Performing Arts Center Aug. 30 and Sept. 1. For hands-on scientific encounters, visit COSI.

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Home to permanent interactive exhibits as well as traveling exhibitions, the science center hosts “Mythbusters: The Explosive Exhibition,” opening June 8. The exhibit, inspired by the TV show, provides answers to common myths. Walk amid dinosaurs this summer at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium. Take a boat ride through Dinosaur Island where you’ll get an up-close view of 25 moving

Get inspired Dance BalletMet will perform during Rhythm on the River on Aug. 30 at Bicentennial Park. The evening will feature a mix of contemporary and classic dance works from the company’s repertory.

Theater See one of Broadway’s biggest hits when Broadway in Columbus presents “Wicked,” June 5-23 at the historic Ohio Theatre.

Art The Columbus Museum of Art celebrates one of the city’s best-loved native artists with “George Bellows and the American Experience,” opening Aug. 23. Through Aug. 4, the Wexner Center for the Arts features the most comprehensive exhibit of artist Paul Sietsema’s work, as well as a multichannel video installation from artist Shimon Attie.

dinosaurs, including the T-Rex and more. Sample sweet treats at the Anthony-Thomas Candy Company, a gourmet chocolate purveyor since 1952. Tour the west-side facility to watch the candycreation process from start to finish. Defy gravity at ZipZone Canopy Tours. Guides lead participants on a two-hour hands-free tour, zooming from platform to platform amid trees and over ravines.

Additional visual art is on view at OSU Urban Arts Space in the Lazarus building downtown.

Leave the kids at home and hit the town for some adults-only fun.

 If gambling’s your game, head to the city’s only Vegasstyle casino Hollywood Casino Columbus, boasting more than 3,000 slots, 30 tables of live poker and 70-plus table games. On-site dining and drinking options—plus musical entertainment in the o.h. lounge—keep visitors entertained 24 hours a day, seven days a week.  Gaming meets harness racing at Scioto Downs Racino, located south of the city. Scioto Downs recently added more than 2,100 video lottery terminals. Live harness racing takes place May-Sept.; simulcasting of races from across the country occurs year-round.  For theater with an adult twist, check out Shadowbox Live in the Brewery District. Through June 8, the irreverent sketch comedy troupe presents “Taboo.” See the troupe’s best during “Best of Shadowbox,” on stage June 13-Sept. 7.

Music Delight in the sounds of the Columbus Symphony’s Picnic with the Pops series, opening June 14 and running most of the summer at Columbus Commons park downtown. Catch Kansas with the symphony on July 6. Get wild at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium when the Columbus Jazz Orchestra presents JazZoo on July 12, July 19, Aug. 2 and Aug. 16.

Literature Book lovers won’t want to miss the Thurber House’s Summer Literary Picnics, hosted on June 12, June 26, July 10, July 24 and Aug. 7. “Go on the Road” with the Ohioana Library Association to meet authors. Travel Gahanna’s Herbal Trail on June 22 when you’ll meet Debra Knapke, author of The Garden Sage. Another author event will take place on Aug. 17 at Ohio State.

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See three attractions for one low price this summer with the Roar & Explore Getaway, the ultimate weekend family getaway! Get up close and personal with stingrays in the new 18,000-gallon tank at the Columbus Zoo and

RoaR & ExploRE gEtaway!

Aquarium, named the “No. 1 Zoo in America” by the USA Travel Guide. The zoo offers once-ina-lifetime opportunities to interact with exotic animals at Animal Encounters, and walk amid dinosaurs at the new Dinosaur Island where

you can take a boat ride for just $3. During the summer, splash and scream your way to fun at neighboring Zoombezi Bay, the wildest waterpark ever! The park is home to dozens of slides, and you can dare

your friends to ride the Cyclone—with a 55-foot drop and speeds of more than 20 mph, it’s one of the largest rides of its kind in the world. Test the validity of rumors, movie scenes and more when the popular Discovery Channel series comes to life in “MythBusters: The Explosive Exhibition,” on view June 8-Sept. 2 at COSI. And don’t forget all the other fun to be had at COSI, the “No. 1. Science Center in the Country” according to Parents magazine. Ride a high-wire unicycle, use sonar technology and so much more. Book your Roar & Explore family getaway on or call 888-795-7924. Experience non-stop adventures and hotel accommodations for one affordable price.

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German Village Haus und Garten Tour

Pelotonia Ohio State Fair

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Columbus is truly a city for everyone, with world-class arts venues, some of the region’s best sports teams, fantastic musical events and so much more. This summer, celebrate the season, toast to good weather and good friends, and take in all the city has to offer. Whether you’re an art lover, sports fanatic or true foodie, the city has something for you. Go on a food adventure, marvel at exotic animals—and dinosaurs—at the zoo and spend a day perusing art along the waterfront. Sing along to a hit Broadway show, surround yourself with the majesty of fluttering butterflies and head to an award-winning science center to learn the truth behind commonly believed myths. Visit for a complete calendar of events, searchable by date, category and location. Use your mobile phone to snap a picture of a QR image—if you have the correct reader software, you’ll link to the calendar. To keep up with what’s happening in the city, subscribe to an RSS feed of events or sign up to receive Events to Experience emails sent weekly, monthly and quarterly.


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Hosted by golf legend Jack Nicklaus at his own internationally acclaimed Muirfield Village Golf Club, the tournament attracts a top-ranked field of the game’s best. Muirfield Village Golf Club, 5750 Memorial Dr., 43017.


 sHimOn aTTie: Shimon Attie has consistently focused on the formative aspects of communities, including history, memory and place. MetroPAL.IS serves to re-configure the complex Middle East conflict by foregrounding the participants’ shared identity as New Yorkers. Wexner Center for the Arts, 1871 N. High St., 43210, 614-292-3535.


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TRadiTiOn Of czecH pUppeTs

With more than 140 puppets and related set designs, masks and costumes dating from the 1850s, this exhibit explores the rich history of puppetry in the Czech Republic and its influence throughout the world. View a sampling of productions, watch puppet-makers and create your

own shows. Columbus Museum of Art, 480 E. Broad St., 43215, 614-221-4848, 614-221-6801.


 blOOms & bUTTeRflies Tropical species from around the globe emerge from their chrysales right before your eyes, while hundreds of butterflies fly freely in the indoor Pacific Island Water Garden. Monarch butterflies are featured in the outdoor Pollinators Garden, where daily guided tours share facts about the important role that these creatures play. Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, 1777 E. Broad St., 43203, 614-645-8733, 800-214-7275.


 dinOsaUR island Twenty-five animatronic dinosaurs are featured in this special exhibit, where visitors young and old enjoy an up-close experience with the zoo’s most exotic guests. Dig in an archeological pit, take a boat ride and make time for a dino photo-op with the entire family. Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, 4850 W. Powell Rd., 43065, 614-645-3550.

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 ”wicked” Broadway in Columbus brings this three-time Tony Award-winner to the historic Ohio Theatre. Discover how two girls grow up to become the Wicked Witch of the West and Glinda the Good in a musical that’s called “the most complete—and completely satisfying—new musical in a long time” by USA Today. Ohio Theatre, 39 E. State St., 43215, 800-745-3000, 614-469-0939.

JUne 7-8

 paRk sTReeT fesTival Kick-off summer festival season in the Arena District. This two-day festival features live entertainment, art and craft exhibits, family events and attractions, great food and great music. Along Park Street, 43215.

JUne 7-9

 cOlUmbUs aRTs fesTival The riverfront will be transformed into a stunning outdoor art gallery as the nation’s top artists display their work and attract art enthusiasts from all across the country. In addition to hosting more than 230 nationally acclaimed artists, the fest features fantastic gourmet fare from some of the city’s finest local restaurants, live music, hands-on art activities and more. Along the Downtown riverfront, 43215, 614-224-2606.

JUne 7-9

 ”H.m.s. pinafORe” Opera Columbus presents the New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players, performing with the Opera Columbus Chorus and the Columbus Symphony. Ride a wave of music and laughter as romantic sailors, sisters, cousins and aunts sing and dance their way across the deck of a fanciful British naval vessel with the improbable name. Southern Theatre, 21 E. Main St., 43215, 614-469-0939.

JUne 7-9

 midwesT HaUnTeRs cOnvenTiOn Join producers, actors, makeup artists, scene builders and home haunters at the 10th anniversary of this “haunting” attraction, which offers more

than 25 classroom seminars, the “Monster Makeup Wars,” a body art fashion show and the Ms. Midwest Scary Pageant. Greater Columbus Convention Center and the Hyatt Regency, 400 N. High St. and 350 N. High St., 43215, 614-459-4746.

JUne 8-sepT. 2

 myTHbUsTeRs: THe explOsive


Is it possible to huff, puff and blow a house in? Does toast always land butter-side down? Does running in the rain get you less wet than walking through it? Spend a day as a “MythBuster” and uncover the truth behind the myths for yourself. This hands-on, minds-on exhibition—based on the popular TV series—sparks creative experimentation. COSI, 333 W. Broad St., 43215, 614-228-2674, 888-819-2674.

JUne 12-16

 ORiGins Game faiR Enjoy board games, card games, role-playing, classic games and more at this annual gaming celebration, featuring more than 200 vendors, an art show and informative seminars. With more than 4,000 events, Origins is one of North America’s largest game conventions. Greater Columbus Convention Center, 400 N. High St., 43215, 614-255-4500.

JUne 12-aUG. 7

 THURbeR HOUse sUmmeR liTeRaRy


Listen to readings from celebrated authors while enjoying catered and brown-bag picnics on the lawn. This annual series, a summer favorite for literary fans, features readings from writers with Ohio connections. Authors include Alexis Wilson, Julia Keller and more. Thurber House, 77 Jefferson Ave., 43215, 614-464-1032.

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 sHadOwbOx live: besT Of


“Best of Shadowbox” is a two-hour show featuring the best sketch comedy and rock-n-roll from Shadowbox Live’s past season. The sketch comedy troupe’s “best-of” show serves as a wonderful introduction for first-time Shadowbox Live patrons, and is an annual favorite for fans. Shadowbox Live, 503 S. Front St., 43215, 614-416-7625.

JUne 14

 plein aiR aT THe OHiO sTaTeHOUse Join dozens of plein-air artists as they converge on Capitol Square to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Ohio Statehouse. Ohio Statehouse, Broad and High streets, 43215, 614-752-9777.

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 waTeRfiRe Beginning at dusk, floating bonfires illuminate the Scioto River as crowds gather to enjoy music and entertainment. Additional “burns” are scheduled this summer for July 13, July 26, Aug. 2 and Aug. 16. Downtown riverfront, near Genoa Park and COSI, 43215, 614-299-9221.

JUne 14-15

 GReaT ameRican picnic celebRaTiOn Experience a picnic like no other at the Longaberger Homestead. The event offers fun for all ages, including live music, great food, family games

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from premier restaurants; delicious brewed and fermented elixirs from craft and regional brewhouses, wineries and distillers; and enjoy the sweet sounds from local and regional bands and performers. Franklin County Fairgrounds, 4100 Columbia St., 43026, 614-664-3290.


 GahaNNa thE hErB caPital oF ohio:

Back to thE GarDEN oN GahaNNa’s hErBal trail

This event, part of the Ohioana Library’s “On the Road” literary series, connects everything herbal—including books. Visit gardens and an organic herb farm, and make sure to check out the Ohio Herb Education Center’s gift shop, where you’ll find a cooking and gardening “book nook.” The day includes a picnic lunch and a visit with Debra Knapke, author of The Garden Sage. Throughout Gahanna, 43230, 614-466-3831.

JUNE 22 “wicked” and the unfurling of the world’s largest American flag, which makes its Ohio debut at the event. Longaberger Homestead, 5563 Raiders Rd., Frazeysburg, 43822, 740-322-5588.

JUNE 14-15

 PicNic with thE PoPs with

chaka khaN

Take in the sounds of the Columbus Symphony in the heart of downtown during the opening weekend of the Nationwide Insurance Picnic with the Pops series. The series, which is held at downtown’s newest park, runs throughout July, including a patriotic show on June 29. Columbus Commons, 160 S. High St., 43215, 614-228-8600.

JUNE 14-16

 coshoctoN DUlcimEr Days FEstival The longest-running heritage music festival in Ohio, Dulcimer Days offers a weekend packed with live music, workshops, jam sessions and more. Historic Roscoe Village, 600 N. Whitewoman St., Coshocton, 43812, 740-622-4877.

JUNE 14-16

 crEEksiDE BlUEs & Jazz FEstival This music fest delivers fun for everyone, from live jazz and more than 100 hours of entertainment on five stages to a jazz brunch, the Musical Discovery Zone, amusement rides and, of course, great food. Creekside Park and Plaza, 123 Mill St., 43230, 614-418-9114.

JUNE 14-16

 JUNEtEENth cElEBratioN This annual celebration of the Emancipation Proclamation recognizes and honors the AfricanAmerican struggle for freedom. Franklin Park, 1777 E. Broad St., 43203, 614-258-4633.


 GosPEl sail-a-BratioN This diversity event showcases talent from around the state. Events include a fashion show and plenty of children’s activities. Santa Maria, 25 Marconi Blvd., 43215, 614-645-8760.


 North markEt GrillmastEr’s


Celebrate Father’s Day weekend with an event that features barbeque and fiery foods vendors, grilling and cooking demonstrations, culinary contests, live music and entertainment for the kids. Learn about grilling techniques and find ways to put a little bite into your recipes, and watch as local culinary celebrities compete before a panel of judges. North Market, 59 Spruce St., 43215, 614-463-9664.

 rED, whitE & crEw: colUmBUs crEw

vs. chicaGo FirE

Cheer on the Crew as they face off against their rival, the Chicago Fire. For even more summertime family fun, stick around after the game for the fireworks extravaganza. Crew Stadium, One Black and Gold Blvd., 43211, 614-447-CREW.

JUNE 28-29

JUNE 20-JUly 7

 PowEll FEstival Bring the family for two days of traditional summer fun. The festival offers everything from live music, merchant displays and educational stations to visits with animals, games, amusement rides, a beer garden for the adults and much more. The celebration ends with a fireworks display. Downtown Powell, 43065, 614-396-3336.

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JUNE 28-30

 ForBiDDEN BroaDway GrEatEst Based on the long-running off-Broadway revues that spoof Broadway shows and personalities, CATCO’s “Forbidden Broadway Greatest Hits: Vol. 1” offers new lyrical twists to theatrical songs. Studio Three Theatre, 77 S. High St., 43215, 614-469-0939.

JUNE 21-22

 colUmBUs PriDE FEstival The largest pride event in the Midwest includes a downtown parade, more than 180 vendors, two music stages and a family area. A Sunday brunch concludes the festival at the Columbus Athenaeum. The parade kicks-off at noon on Saturday at Goodale Park and heads into the Short North Arts District. Goodale Park, corner of Goodale Boulevard and Park Street, 43201, 614-299-7764.

JUNE 21-23

 EastoN art aFFair This outdoor fine art and craft show features 100 juried artisans and boasts a wide variety of art and crafts, including acrylic, oil and watercolor paintings, pottery, metal sculpture, fine jewelry, glass and more. The event features artists from Ohio and beyond. Easton Town Center, 160 Easton Town Center, 43219, 330-494-0578.

JUNE 21-23

 solEBratE! “Solebrate” the summer with friends and the city’s best food, drink and music. Try culinary delights

 motowN iN oUr towN The Columbus Gay Men’s Chorus celebrates the great music of Motor City. Enjoy a performance from one of the city’s most popular singing groups, and then explore the impact of Motown during a panel discussion that follows the Sunday matinee. Lincoln Theatre, 769 E. Long St., 43203, 614-228-2462.

JUNE 28-JUly 7

 Usa FENciNG NatioNal


One of the summer’s most exciting events, the USA Fencing National Championships features nearly 3,500 athletes, including future Olympic and World Team hopefuls. Come to get in on the excitement and learn more about the thrilling sport. Greater Columbus Convention Center, 400 N. High St., 43215, 614-221-6060.

JUNE 28-aUG. 25

 caPa sUmmEr moviE sEriEs This summertime favorite is the longest-running summer movie series in the nation. Now in its 43rd year, the series features an array of classics, cult favorites and beloved films of all genres on the big screen of the historic Ohio Theatre. This summer’s highlights include “Citizen Kane,” “Diamonds are Forever,” “Mary Poppins” and the popular Saturday-morning Cartoon Caper, a perfect excuse to introduce the kids to the restored theater. Ohio Theatre, 39 E. State St., 43215, 614-469-0939.

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 GErmaN VillaGE HaUs UNd

GartEN toUr

Find home inspiration and gardening ideas during this can’t-miss summer event. The tour showcases the best of the historic German Village’s restored homes and gardens, including breathtaking renovations and meticulously created gardens. Throughout German Village, 43206, 614-221-8888.

July JUlY 3

 rEd, WHitE & Boom! The Midwest’s largest Independence Day festival will light up the Downtown riverfront. Enjoy great food from the city’s best vendors, live music on several stages, activities for young and old and a fireworks show like no other at one of the most anticipated family events of the summer. Downtown riverfront, 614-421-2666.

JUlY 4

 doo daH ParadE Celebrate liberty and lunacy with this parade of off-the-wall mischiefs, grounded super heroes, political debacles, homegrown satirists and other bohemian characters. Central Ohio offers a number of Independence Day parades, but the Doo Dah is a favorite for its individuality. Along High Street in the Short North Arts District, 614-228-0621.

JUlY 11-aUG. 29

 HEritaGE CoNCErt sEriEs Performances from local, regional and national musical artists keep things grooving all evening. Bring a blanket and enjoy jazz, classical R&B, inspirational music and blues. Mayme Moore Park, outside of The King Arts Complex, 867 Mt. Vernon Ave., 43203, 614-645-5464.

JUlY 12

 Jazzoo: soUl ClassiCs fEatUriNG

JUlY 13

 1950s: BUildiNG tHE amEriCaN

drEam oPENiNG

Experience the 1950s through the eyes of an Ohio family during this hands-on walk through a full-sized Lustron home built right inside the Ohio History Center. Ohio History Center, 800 E. 17th Ave., 43211, 614-297-2300.

JUlY 13-20

Enjoy live jazz at the zoo with trumpeter Byron Stripling and the Columbus Jazz Orchestra. Additional JazZoo shows are July 19, Aug. 2 and Aug. 16. Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, 4850 W. Powell Rd., 43065, 614-645-3550, 800-666-5397.

 fraNkliN CoUNtY fair Celebrate summer with traditional family fun. The fair offers a historical village, live music, art exhibits, tractor pulls, barrel racing, a demolition derby, animal exhibits and more. Franklin County Fairgrounds, 4100 Columbia St., 43026, 614-664-3290.

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JUlY 19-21

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 GoodGUYs PPG Hot rod & CUstom

Car NatioNals

The entire hot rodding industry converges in Columbus for a weekend of shows, racing and more. Ohio Expo Center, 717 E. 17th Ave., 43211, 614-644-4000, 925-838-9876.

JUlY 12-14

 NortH markEt food &

oHio WiNE fEstiVal

Sip, savor and cultivate your appreciation for Ohio wines at this annual summer food and drink fête. The event features gourmet fare and select vintages from Buckeye State wineries, including Signature Wines, Brothers Drake Meadery and more. North Market, 59 Spruce St., 43215, 614-463-9664.

 ama ViNtaGE motorCYClE daYs The country’s premier annual celebration of vintage motorcycling features classic motorcycles of all makes and styles, and honors the riders who made them famous. Activities include the AMA Racing Vintage Grand Championships, North America’s largest motorcycle swap meet, bike shows, stunt shows and more. Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, 7721 Steam Corners Rd., Lexington, 44904, 614-793-4600.

JUlY 19-21

 Jazz & riB fEst There’s no better way to celebrate summer than with hot ribs and cool jazz. This summertime staple features the finest local, regional and international

red, White & Boom!


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jazz artists on three stages while barbeque pit masters serve up sizzling ribs, chicken and more. Sample them all, and then stick around to see who gets the “Critic’s Choice” award. Arena District and North Bank Park, 614-645-7995, 614-645-3800.

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JULY 19-21

 Short North ArtS DiStrict SUmmer


Get deals in the hip Short North Arts District when the shops team up to offer specials on clothing, art, furniture, antiques, interesting home decor and more. Short North Arts District, North High Street from Goodale Boulevard to Fifth Avenue, 43201, 614-299-8050.

JULY 22-27

 reStAUrANt week coLUmbUS Enjoy the very best restaurants that Columbus has to offer—at irresistible price points. From $15-$35 per person, these unique three-course menus are sure to tempt your taste buds. Reservations are highly recommended. Throughout Columbus.

JULY 24-AUG. 4

 ohio StAte FAir Enjoy a variety of activities and exhibits, including interactive educational displays, sporting competitions, a fine arts show, an exotic-animal petting zoo, helicopter rides, youth agricultural competitions, horse shows and so much more. Ohio Expo Center, 717 E. 17th Ave., 43211, 614-644-3247, 888-646-3976.

August AUG. 2-3

 cANAL wiNcheSter bLUeS & ribFeSt Central Ohio’s largest all-blues festival draws serious food and music aficionados from around the state for samples of hot ribs and authentic live blues. Musical acts perform continuously on two stages throughout the festival, while activities for children are also available. Downtown Canal Winchester, 43110, 614-270-5053.

Dublin irish Festival two-day, 180-mile route to Gambier. Pelotonia directs 100 percent of every dollar raised to cancer research at The Ohio State University, and has to date raised nearly $40 million. Beginning in downtown Columbus, 43215, 614-221-6100, 614-416-7100.

AUG. 10-11

 FeStivAL LAtiNo Enjoy tasty treats and plenty of dancing at this CAPA-produced annual favorite, complete with performances from local, national and international Latin-American musical acts, an art showcase, a Latin-inspired runway fashion show and a large selection of food vendors. Festival Latino is the largest Hispanic/Latino event in Ohio, attracting visitors from the surrounding states. Genoa Park, 303 W. Broad St., 43215, 614-469-0939.

AUG. 16-17

 ALL ohio bALLooN FeSt This unique family event offers a nightly not-to-bemissed balloon glow, balloon rides, military aircraft exhibits, helicopter rides, skydiving and plenty of entertainment. It’s the perfect outing for families looking for a unique weekend. Union County Airport, 760 Clymer Rd., Marysville, 43040, 937-243-5833.

AUG. 22-Sept. 15

 totem bY cirqUe DU SoLeiL TOTEM traces the fascinating journey of the human species from its original amphibian state to its ultimate desire to fly. The characters evolve on a stage evoking a giant turtle, the symbol of origin for many ancient civilizations. Ohio Expo Center, 717 E. 17th Ave., 43212, 800-450-1480.

AUG. 23-JAN. 4

 GeorGe beLLowS AND the AmericAN


The Columbus Museum of Art celebrates one of the city’s best-loved native sons with this breathtaking exhibit. The show will feature more than 35 paintings and highlight the Museum’s recent acquisition of one of the most complete collections of Bellows’s lithographs. Columbus Museum of Art, 480 E. Broad St., 43215, 614-221-4848, 614-221-6801.

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AUG. 16-17

Head to the Ohio Village at the Ohio History Center for KidsLinked’s annual kids fest. The event includes music and live entertainment, great food, giveaways and more. Ohio History Center’s Ohio Village, 800 E. 17th Ave., 43211, 877-KIDS-801.

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AUG. 30-Sept. 2

AUG. 9-11

The lawn of Columbus Commons will be packed with hungry food cart and truck fans vying for tacos, ice cream and other tasty mobile treats. Come support local independent small business owners, enjoy live music and entertainment, and satisfy your craving for great, local fare. Columbus Commons, 160 S. High St., 43215,

 DUbLiN iriSh FeStivAL Bring your “Irish attitude” to one of the region’s most popular cultural events—and the world’s second-largest Irish celebration. Seven stages will showcase more than 500 performers, including 65 music and dance acts. Coffman Park, 5200 Emerald Pkwy., 43017, 800-245-8387.  mopAr NAtioNALS More than 3,000 cars and 50,000 die-hard Mopar fans will cruise into town for this weekend of competition and car shows. Highlights include the manufacturer midway, the Mopar Burn-Out event and the car corral. National Trail Raceway, 2650 National Rd. S.W., Hebron, 43025, 740-928-5706.

AUG. 9-11

 peLotoNiA This bike ride to fund cancer research includes six ride experiences, ranging from 25 miles to a

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AUG. 16-17

 NAtioNwiDe chiLDreN’S

hoSpitAL 200

Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course kicks off a three-year partnership with Nationwide Insurance and Nationwide Children’s Hospital to bring the NASCAR Nationwide Series to Ohio for the first time. Nationwide Children’s will benefit from the collaborative fundraising and awareness efforts. Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, 7721 Steam Corners Rd., Lexington, 44904, 614-793-4600.

 Greek FeStivAL End summer on a high note with this popular cultural event, which takes place at the beautiful Greek Orthodox Cathedral and features traditional Greek dancing and music and authentic fare— including freshly baked baklava. Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 555 N. High St., 43215, 614-224-9020.

AUG. 31-Sept. 1

 ohio cUp bASe bALL FeStivAL Come to the Ohio Historical Society for the largest gathering of vintage base ball teams. Dozens of teams from eight states are scheduled to take part in this unique historical event, with each club donning the uniforms of the era. The matches will be played according to the written rules of the 1860s. Ohio History Center’s Ohio Village, 800 E. 17th Ave., 43211, 614-297-2300.

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Annual Events Plan your trip to Columbus around these major annual events. For complete details and additional events happenings around Columbus, view our calendar on

Upper Arlington Labor Day Arts Festival SEPT. 2, 2013

See the work of nearly 200 artists, and enjoy handson art activities at this fine arts and crafts festival, held at Northam Park. 614-583-5310.

Columbus Food & Wine Affair Grand Tasting SEPT. 20, 2013

This annual favorite—held at Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens—is a tasting event with fine food and wines. 614-264-5505.

The New Albany Classic Invitational Grand Prix & Family Day SEPT. 22, 2013

Located on the grounds of the Wexner Residence in New Albany, this annual family event attracts thousands and includes Olympian riders, a teenfriendly concert presented by Tween Brands and activities including zipline rides. 614-416-7100.

Columbus Oktoberfest SEPT. 27-29, 2013

Head to the Ohio Expo Center to celebrate all things German. From authentic German food to great entertainment, live music and family fun, there’s something for German (and non-German) attendees of all ages. 614-644-3247.

Columbus Italian Festival OCT. 11-13, 2013

Located in historic Italian Village, this heritage festival features live entertainment, open-air

markets, Italian dancing and plenty of spaghetti. Come for great food and bring the whole family. 614-294-8259.


Nationwide Children’s Hospital Columbus Marathon OCT. 20, 2013

Lace up to race or just cheer on the runners at this popular marathon. The race starts and ends downtown, and the 26.2-mile course winds through a host of Columbus neighborhoods. 614-421-7866.

Wildlights at Columbus Zoo and Aquarium NOV. 22-JAN. 1, 2014

Avoid the temptation to hibernate and visit the zoo for this winter festival of lights. 614-645-3550.

First Night Columbus DEC. 31, 2013

Ring in 2014 with family-friendly, substance-free events throughout downtown Columbus during this celebration of the city’s cultural heritage. 614-299-9221.

Arnold Sports Festival FEB. 27-MARCH 2, 2014

This show for sports and fitness buffs—and the largest multi-sport festival in the nation—returns with thousands of athletes competing in dozens of events. Events are held at multiple locations throughout downtown Columbus. 614-431-2600.

Baby Bonanza and Kid’s Expo MARCH 2014

Families and families-to-be head to this event to learn about the latest products, health information and educational organizations. 740-972-1471.

Capital City Half Marathon

LIKE YOU NEVER HAVE BEFORE COME SOAR WITH US! We will guide you through our hands free tour while you soar through the treetops in an old growth forest. If you are ready for an adventure, visit ZipZone Canopy Tours located in Worthington at Camp Mary Orton.

MAY 3, 2014

Three races—a 5K, quarter-marathon and half-marathon—wind through several urban neighborhoods before finishing in the heart of the city at the Columbus Commons park. 614-296-6351.

Ohioana Book Festival MAY 10, 2014

Each spring, noted Ohio writers of all literary styles and genres participate in panel discussions and book signings. 614-466-3831.


Komen Columbus Race for the Cure MAY 17, 2014

More than 1 million people participate in the more than 100 Komen races across the nation, raising awareness and funds for breast cancer research. The Columbus version of this 5K takes walkers and runners throughout downtown. 614-297-8155.

Asian Festival

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This cultural festival showcases the heritage of 15 Asian communities through art, dance, music, games and food. Dragon boat races will be held at Genoa Park in downtown Columbus. 614-451-3550.

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sequoiA Pro BoWL, 5501 Sandalwood Blvd., 43229, 614-571-2135. Sequoia is a bowling center that hosts all types of groups. Home to 32 lanes of bowling, as well as sand volleyball courts and beautiful bars inside and out. Can host meetings of up to 200 guests.

Attractions & Entertainment

ten Pin ALLey, 5499 Constitution Blvd., 43026, 614-876-2475. Experience boutique bowling, sand volleyball and a cool bar and lounge, all located just minutes from downtown Columbus in the growing city of Hilliard.

 Amusement and Games DAve & Buster’s, 3665 Park Mill Run Dr., 43026, 614-771-1515. Create memorable experiences for guests of all ages with more than 200 video games, team-building exercises and private rooms for up to 200 guests.

zooMBezi BAy, 4850 W. Powell Rd., 43065,

614-645-3550. Zoombezi Bay is a combination water/ amusement park that is part of the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium.

HockinG PeAks ADventure PArk, 15103

St. Rte. 664 S., Logan, 43138, 740-385-1627. Home to two zipline courses, one for adults and one for children. Come ride down the hill in the OGO Ball. Enjoy a game of disc golf or play paintball on the awesome course.

614-418-7149. Experience great food and drinks, old-fashioned, friendly guest service and play in the enormous immersive den, home to the latest interactive and prize games.

BALLetMet coLuMBus, 322 Mt. Vernon

coLuMBus coLLeGe oF Art & DesiGn

107 N. Ninth St., 43215, 614-224-9101. The downtown campus, home to the famous 100-foot-tall ART sculpture, features six galleries. Galleries open: Mon.Sat., 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Thur., 10 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sun., 1-5 p.m. Free admission.

LAzer krAze, 459 Orange Point Dr., 43035, 740-

548-7788. Home to Columbus’ largest and only multilevel laser tag arena, as well as zero gravity inflatables, a huge arcade and Xbox gaming. Great for parties, group and corporate events.

FresH A.i.r. GALLery, 131 N. High St., 43215, 614-744-8110. Exhibits the works of individuals affected by mental illness and substance abuse disorders.

MAGic MountAin Fun center/eAst, 5890 Scarborough Blvd., 43232, 614-840-9600. Home to an arcade, kids’ gym, indoor bumper cars, go-karts, rookie karts, two adventure miniature golf courses and batting cages.

GriD FurnisHinGs, 944 N. High St., 43201,

614-725-4292. Grid is a modern furniture gallery, featuring lines designed in North America as well as works created by independent furniture makers, architects, designers and artists.

MAGic MountAin Fun center/PoLAris 8350 Lyra Dr., 43240, 614-840-9600. Located off I-71 and Polaris Parkway. Attractions include laser tag, an arcade, kids’ gym, go-karts, rookie karts, sprint karts, bumper boats, two adventure mini golf courses and a snack bar.

HAWk GALLeries, 153 E. Main St., 43215, 614-225-9595. View museum-caliber works of art by Chihuly, Tagliapietra, Ries, Blank, Marioni and Paley in an elegant 5,000-square-foot gallery. Open: Tues.-Fri., 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; Sat., 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sun., 1-5 p.m.

scAreAtoriuM, 6765 Dublin Center Dr., 43017, 614-761-3327. The ScareATorium is Central Ohio’s scariest Halloween haunted attraction and features a friendly light-on tour option on Sundays, a funhouse faces makeup studio and a Halloween retail store.

oHio Art LeAGue, South Campus Gateway, 1552 N. High St., 43201, 614-299-8225. Art gallery replete with Ohio artists’ works. Unique and original art created here, for the seasoned art lover and all visitors to see. Photo courtesy COLUMBUS ZOO AND AqUARIUM/ZOOMBEZI BAy

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BrAnDt-roBerts GALLeries, 642 N. High

This charming European import boutique showcases local artists in rotating exhibits in upstairs galleries. Now: impressionist Susan Astleford and glass artist Serge Lashutka.

kDB–eAston, 165 Easton Town Center, 43219,

 Arts, Performances & theater 2660 Camden Rd., 43221. Championship male vocal arts organization.

cAterinA LtD., euroPeAn HouseWAres, Art & GiFts, 571 S. Third St., 43215, 614-224-7224.

Grove Rd., Lancaster, 43130, 740-359-8463. Certified instructors teach you and your group to fly a JetLev up to 30-feet above water. Call today to schedule.

tHe Wexner center For tHe Arts

1871 N. High St., 43210, 614-292-9923. Contemporary arts center located at The Ohio State University on the corner of North High Street and 15th Avenue. Featuring exhibitions, films, music, theater, dance, café and store.

 Art Galleries St., 43215, 614-223-1655.

Jet PAck WAter ADventures, 2715 Sugar

urBAn Arts sPAce

50 W. Town St., 43215, 614-292-8861. The Ohio State University Urban Arts Space is a non-traditional exhibition and performance space located in the Lazarus Building in downtown Columbus. Free and open to all.

77 S. High St., 43215, 614-644-9624. Located downtown on High Street, across from the Ohio Statehouse. Featuring artwork by Ohio artists. Free admission.

oPen Door Art stuDio, 1050 Goodale Blvd.,

43212, 614-486-4919.

tHe sWinG sPAce, South Campus Gateway, 1556 N. High St., 43201, 614-292 0234. A central part of life in the Arts at OSU, Swing Space Gallery is the venue for a variety of faculty, student and specially curated exhibitions and programs.

Ave., 43215, 614-586-8665. Dare to be moved by the dance company that The New York Times proclaimed “mesmerizing.” Experience the best in classical and contemporary dance in downtown Columbus.

cAtco, 77 S. High St., Second Fl., 43215,

614-461-1383. Central Ohio’s professional theater company. Performances take place in the Vern Riffe Center and Studio One Theatre, Sept.-June.

cHAMBer Music coLuMBus P.O. Box 14445, 43214, 614-267-2267.

cityMusic, 61 Jefferson Ave., 43215, 614-223-3093. For more than a quarter-century, CityMusic has worked to bring the best in chamber and world music to Columbus. For concert dates, check

cLoAk & DAGGer Dinner tHeAtre

447 E. Livingston Ave, 43215, 614-842-2583. Enjoy an interactive comedy and murder-mystery play and four-course dinner. Regularly scheduled shows: Fri. and Sat. at 7:30 p.m. Prepaid reservations with entrée selections required.

coLuMBus AssociAtion For tHe PerForMinG Arts (cAPA), 55 E. State

St., 43215, 614-719-6624. Columbus’ not-for-profit, award-winning presenter of national and international performing arts and entertainment.

coLuMBus cHiLDren’s tHeAtre

177 E. Naghten St., 43215, 614-224-6672. The Children’s Theatre inspires and enriches the lives of children and their families through live theatre and theatre education. Live productions July-May. Classes offered year-round.

coLuMBus GAy Men’s cHorus, 51 Jefferson Ave. #3, 43215, 614-228-2468. “Voices Raised, Lives Changed.” Fostering increased recognition, understanding and acceptance of the LGBT community through music. coLuMBus syMPHony, 55 E. State St., Fifth

Fl., 43215, 614-228-9600. Performing classical and pops concerts for families at the Ohio Theatre, Sept.-June. Picnic With the Pops and Popcorn Pops in the summer at Columbus Commons.

eArLy Music in coLuMBus, c/o Capital

University Conservatory of Music, One College and Main, 43209, 614-861-4569.

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EntErtainmEnt rEsourcE Group

5038 Bridgeport Rd., 43220, 614-457-8036. A full-service talent research, live entertainment booking and concert production company servicing clients throughout the U.S.


Jazz arts Group and thE columbus Jazz orchEstra, 769 E. Long St., 43203,

614-294-5200. Under the leadership of trumpet virtuoso Byron Stripling, the Columbus Jazz Orchestra serves the largest jazz subscription audience in the nation from the Southern Theatre.

JoyunspEaKablE productions, 11572 Shipley Rd., 43031, 614-371-8002. Living statue, mime and character performances. Venues include: trade shows, corporate events, schools, fairs, festivals, fundraisers, expositions and private and public events.

SUMMER 2013 SCHEDULE July 12, 8 PM

bru of columbus, 1288 N. High St., 43201, 614-407-5278.

camElot cEllars, 958 N. High St., 43201,

614-441-8860. This award-winning urban boutique winery handcrafts its own wines by sourcing premier juices from vineyards all over the world. Enjoy tastings, flights, bottles, a wine bar and great food. Event space is available to rent.

columbus brEwinG company, 535 Short St., 43215, 614-224-3626.

ElEvator brEwEry & drauGht haus

161 N. High St., 43215, 614-228-0500.

middlE wEst spirits

“Come Together Live”

thE KinG arts complEx, 867 Mt. Vernon Ave., 43203, 614-645-0630. Featuring dance, theater and entertainment in a 444-seat theater.

1230 Courtland Ave., 43201, 614-299-2460. Award-winning urban micro-distillery, located in the heart of the Short North Arts District. Middle West produces a line of artisan vodkas and whiskeys made from Ohio wheat.

August 2, 8 PM

thE ohio statE univErsity dEpartmEnt of thEatrE, 1089 Drake

rocKmill brEwEry, 5705 Lithopolis Rd. N.W., Lancaster, 43130, 310-755-4097.

“Soul Classics”

Featuring: Chris Pierce

July 19, 8 PM

Featuring: Jonathan Elliott & Nia Allen

Center, 1849 Cannon Dr., 43210, 614-292-5821. New performance work, in addition to productions of classic, modern and contemporary texts.

"Sinatra, Our Way"

Featuring: Dwight Lenox & Phil Clark

August 16, 8 PM "Blues at the Zoo"

shadowbox livE, 503 S. Front St., 43215, 614-416-7625. A hybrid form of entertainment, blending original sketch comedy, live rock-n-roll, dance theater and new media into fast-paced, high-energy productions. Come early to order food and drinks from full bar and bistro menu.

Featuring: Sean Carney


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short north staGE, 1187 N. High St., 43201,

614-725-4042. Short North Stage, located in the historic Garden Theater in Columbus’ Short North Arts District, offers theatrical productions and cabaret acts throughout the year.

 beer, wine & spirits actual brEwinG co., 655 N. James Rd.,

We are not just about tomatoes...

For more information, contact 614-866-4888

via vEcchia winEry, 485 S. Front St., 43215, 614-893-5455. Making wines without compromise; wines that are truly “beyond the bottle.”

watErshEd distillEry llc, 1145 Chesapeake

Ave., Ste. D, 43212, 614-357-1936.

wyandottE winEry, 4640 Wyandotte Dr., 43230, 614-476-3624. Est. 1977. Fine hand-crafted wine, wine tastings, a gift shop, winery tours, gourmet wine cake, small plates, summer barbecue, live music and original watercolor labels.

 casinos

brothErs draKE, 26 E. Fifth Ave., 43201,

hollywood casino columbus

200 Georgesville Rd., 43228, 614-308-3333.

scioto downs racino, 6000 S. High St., P.O. Box 07823, 43207, 614-491-2515.

columbus food adventures taco truck tour


Other attractions: Livingston House, National Trail Raceway, JC Penney Outlet Store, Taylor Square.

614-395-2355. Award-winning, urban micro-winery making wine from the finest California and Ohio grapes. Event space is available. Specializing in private-labeled wine for business and personal use.

43219, 614-636-3825.

614-388-8756. Brothers Drake Meadery and Bar makes mead, the ancient form of honey-based alcohol. By using local, high-quality ingredients, they create the distinct flavor of Ohio.

Come sample our boundless activities and hometown hospitality.  Taste of Reynoldsburg  Mount Carmel Fitness Challenge  Tomato Festival  Annual Garden Tour  Summer Band Concerts  Christmas On The Towne

siGnaturE winEs, 3816 April Ln., 43227,

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 Cinemas ArenA GrAnd Movie TheATre, 175

W. Nationwide Blvd., 43215, 614-469-1074. This downtown movie theater features stadium seating and a full bar and café. It’s a unique meeting venue that’s perfect for special events and private screenings for four to more than 400.

GATewAy FilM CenTer, 1550 N. High St., 43201, 614-247-4969. This local, independent theater screens commercial and indie films. The bistro includes a full bar and 20 beers on tap. It’s a unique Columbus venue for meetings and private screenings. MArCus CineMA PiCkerinGTon, 1776 Hill

Rd., 43147, 614-759-6500. Located south of I-70 off St. Rte. 256. All stadium seating and digital sound.

 Comedy Clubs Funny Bone CoMedy CluB And resTAurAnT, 145 Easton Town Center, 43219,

614-471-5653. The Columbus Funny Bone is the ideal venue located in the heart of Easton Town Center, offering the best in live stand-up comedy, food, drinks and laughter.

 Concerts dreAM seATs, 1611 W. Fifth Ave., 43212,

614-340-8989. Specializing in preferred seating for concerts, sports and theater events both locally and nationwide. Online ordering is available at

The lC, liFesTyle CoMMuniTies PAvilion, 405 Neil Ave., 43215, 614-461-5483.

America’s first indoor/outdoor concert venue. Located in the Arena District. Check the schedule at

newPorT MusiC hAll, 1722 N. High

St., 43201, 614-461-5483. America’s longest continually running rock club. Check the schedule at

 Culinary velveT iCe CreAM CoMPAny, 11324 Mt. Vernon Rd., Utica, 43080, 740-892-3921.

 entertainment districts ArenA disTriCT, 375 N. Front St., Ste. 200, 43215, 614-857-2336. Located downtown, one block west of the Greater Columbus Convention Center, is Columbus’ premier sports, dining and entertainment destination featuring Nationwide Arena and Huntington Park. disCovery disTriCT, P.O. Box 1594, 43216,

614-255-2273. Located in the eastern portion of downtown. Home of higher education institutions, cafés, one of Columbus’ most-loved parks and various non-profit organizations.

exPerienCe ClinTonville, 14 W. Lakeview Ave., 43202, 614-268-3539. Showcasing the unique attractions and community spirit that make Clintonville a destination neighborhood. Home to great shops and dining.

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German VillaGe, 588 S. Third St., 43215,

614-221-8888. Located six blocks south of the Ohio Statehouse and south of I-70 (Third and Fourth street exits). This restored 19th-century community is home to beautifully renovated homes, charming shops and some of the city’s most popular restaurants. The visitors center is open year-round.

Historic Dublin business association, 53 N. High St., 43017, 614-598-4633. lonGaberGer HomesteaD, 5563 Raiders

Rd., Frazeysburg, 43822, 740-322-5588. Stop by Longaberger Homestead for a basketmaking tour and then make your own basket. While here, visit the Homestead’s several shops, including the Factory Store, and grab a bite to eat.






sHort nortH arts District, 1126 ½-A N. High St., 43201, 614-299-8050. Columbus’ premier arts, dining and shopping district is located on the north side of the Greater Columbus Convention Center. Gallery Hop first Saturday each month.

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 Guided tours


a la carte FooD tours, 275 Longfellow Ave., 43085, 614-746-9931. A La Carte Food Tours provides culinary tours. Choose from our tour menu or an individualized tour planned to your specifications.


american WHistle corporation

North side of Columbus near Polaris

(740) 548-7788

459 Orange Point Dr. Lewis Center, OH

The Ohio History Center Presents...

6540 Huntley Rd., 43229, 614-846-2918. Visit the only manufacturer of metal whistles in the U.S. Learn interesting facts about whistles and see some fascinating machinery. Everyone leaves with a shiny new whistle.

antHony-tHomas canDy company

1777 Arlingate Ln., 43228, 614-274-8405. Located at I-270 and Roberts Road. Visit one of the largest familyowned candy-making facilities in the U.S. Public open houses are offered June-Aug. on Tues. and Thur., 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m.

Beneath the shiny surface of 1950s pop culture,

a social pressure cooker rumbled. Relive and rethink this defining decade in the most authentic exhibit of its kind.

13, 2013 Opens July stron

full-size Lu Features a useum! inside the m ilt bu home

capital city tours, 2554 Zollinger Rd., 43221, 614-326-0942. Allow a highly experienced guide to show you the best of Columbus. Offering city tours, walking tour and thematic tours including Civil War tours and girlfriend tours. columbus FooD aDVentures, 43201,

614-440-3177. Enjoy a small-group guided food tours of Columbus. Columbus Food Adventures’ delicious itineraries include the popular taco truck tour, Short North and German Village walking tours, an ethnic food tour and a dessert tour.

columbus lanDmarks FounDation

61 Jefferson Ave., 43215, 614-221-0227. Columbus Landmarks Foundation offers walking tours of historic neighborhoods and downtown. Tours include historic tavern tours, ghost tours and architectural tours.

Funded by: Gordon Chandler Memorial Fund

eastern oHio tours llc, 948 Second St.,

Columbus Truck & Equipment, Inc. Ronald J. Ungvarsky & Susan Tomasky

Dresden, 43821, 740-754-1833.

Media Sponsors

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Ohio Historical Society


German VillaGe society, 588 S. Third St., 43215, 614-221-8888. A bridge over I-70 is all that separates German Village from downtown Columbus, but the difference will draw you in. Start your day at the visitor center for info.

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Graeter’s Ice cream, 2555 Bethel Rd., 43220, 614-442-7622. Columbus’ best ice cream offers factory tours and an indoor children’s play area. Graeter’s has 11 local stores. Open until 10 p.m. daily, 11 p.m. during the summer. Self-guided weekday tours are available. HockInG HIlls adventure trek

Tour German Village SHOP, DINE & STROLL


HockInG HIlls canopy tours, 10714

Jackson St., Rockbridge, 43149, 740-385-9477. Fast, fun and exhilarating, this three-hour adventure offers nature lovers and thrill seekers, ages 10 and older, the unique opportunity to zip through the treetops.

krema nut company, 1000 W. Goodale Blvd., 43212, 614-299-4131.

lonGaberGer Homestead, 5563 Raiders

Rd., Frazeysburg, 43822, 740-322-5718. Located 50 minutes east of Columbus. Enjoy a basketmaking manufacturing tour, shopping, dining and entertainment. Open: Mon.-Sat., 8 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sun., 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Free.

pHoenIx bat company, 7801 Corporate Blvd.,

Start your visit at the German Village Visitors Center

588 South Third St, Columbus 43215 (5 min. from Downtown) M-F 9 a.m.–4 p.m., Sat 10 a.m.–2 p.m., Sun Noon–3 p.m.

(614) 887-7418

Ste. E, Plain City, 43064, 614-873-7776. See professional wood bats made on the most advanced bat making machine in the world. One-hour guided tours include a custom engraved mini bat. Call for tour times.

scHmIdt’s restaurant und sausaGe Haus, 240 E. Kossuth St., 43206, 614-449-4038. This colorful Columbus landmark has a European feel and offers great food and fun.

seGaway tours of columbus, Greater

Columbus Convention Center, 400 N. High St., 43215, 614-222-3005. Glide through the sites of downtown Columbus on a Segway. During your two-hour tour, explore the Short North Arts District, Arena District and parks along the Scioto.

valley ZIplIne tours, 3465 Duffy Rd.,

Lancaster, 43130. Located at the start of Hocking Hills, Valley Zipline offers a three-hour zipline tour that features 11 lines and more than one mile of zipping.

ZIpZone canopy tours, 7925 N. High St.,

43235, 614-847-9477. Visit ZipZone Canopy Tours located at Camp Mary Orton. A two-hour zipline tour in the treetops is a great way to see the beauty Columbus has to offer.

 Historical sites columbus HIstorIcal socIety, 333 W. Broad St., 43215, 614-224-0822. This museum, located inside COSI, features exhibits, interactive games and videos that celebrate the history of Columbus. Open daily, free admission. Guided city tours are available. HIstorIc roscoe vIllaGe, 600 N. Whitewoman St., Coshocton, 43812, 740-622-7644. A restored canal town located offering tours, horse-drawn canal boat rides, shops, dining, lodging and family-fun festivals. oHIo stateHouse, Broad and High streets,

43215, 614-752-9777. The beautifully restored pre-Civil War-era structure is open daily for browsing or free guided tours.

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SegAwAy TourS of ColumbuS, Greater

Columbus Convention Center, 400 N. High St., 43215, 614-222-3005. Enjoy the thrill of riding on a Segway while discovering the charm and history of Columbus. Training is included.

 museums ColumbuS muSeum of ArT, 480 E. Broad St., 43215, 614-221-6801. View late 19th- and early 20th-century American and European art and exhibitions. Open: Tues.-Sun., 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; Thur., 10 a.m.-8:30 p.m. Adults $6; seniors and students (age six and older) $4; children free. Sundays are free. CoSI, 333 W. Broad St., 43215, 614-228-2674. COSI

is Columbus’ dynamic hands-on science center and was recently named the “No. 1 Science Center in the Country” by Parents Magazine. COSI features more than 300 interactive exhibits.

eArly TelevISIon muSeum, 5396 Franklin

St., 43026, 614-771-0510. Located on the west side of Columbus in Hilliard. View rare television sets.

HerITAge muSeum of KAppA KAppA gAmmA, 530 E. Town St., P.O. Box 38, 43216,

614-228-6516. This Italianate mansion, built in 1852, was the Civil War home to Gov. David Tod. The Victorian rooms depict the lifestyle of the era. Open Wed.-Thur., 1 p.m.-4 p.m.

JACK nICKlAuS muSeum, 2355 Olentangy River Rd., 43210, 614-247-5959. Located at The Ohio State University sports complex, this museum honors Jack Nicklaus and the history of golf. Open Tues.-Sat., 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Adults, $10; students, $5. KelTon HouSe muSeum & gArden, 586 E. Town St., 43215, 614-464-2022. This beautiful Victorian-era house museum was a haven for runaway slaves. Open Mon.-Fri., 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; Sun., 1-4 p.m. Adults $6; seniors $4; child $2. THe KIng ArTS Complex, 867 Mt. Vernon Ave., 43203, 614-645-5464. Performing and cultural arts facility. Gallery open Tues.-Sat., 1-4 p.m.; Tues. and Thur., 5-7 p.m. moTorCyCle HAll of fAme muSeum

13515 Yarmouth Dr., 43147, 614-856-2222. This museum exhibits the history of America’s motorcycling sport and industry.

moTTS mIlITAry muSeum, 5075 S. Hamilton Rd., 43125, 614-836-1500. This museum brings military history into its proper perspective by the collection and preservation of personal stories and memorabilia from the men and women who have served. oHIo HISTory CenTer, 800 E. 17th Ave., 43211, 614-297-2319. Discover Ohio’s story and its people. Open Wed.-Sat., 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sun., noon-5 p.m. Admission: Adults, $10; students and children, $5. SAnTA mArIA, Battelle Riverfront Park, Marconi Boulevard north of W. Broad Street, 43215, Office: 614-645-8760, Ship: 614-645-0351. This full-scale replica of Christopher Columbus’ flagship offers 45-minute educational tours. Open April-Oct. Adults, $4.50; youth (ages 5-17), $3.50.

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columbus Museum of art

Thurber house, 77 Jefferson Ave., 43215, 614-464-1032. A museum and literary center located in the historic former home of author, humorist and cartoonist James Thurber. Open daily for free self-guided tours, 1-4 p.m. Guided tours on Sun. Adults $2.50; students and seniors $2. Group tours. WarTher MuseuM, 331 Karl Ave., Dover, 44622, 330-343-7513. The Warther Museum is dedicated to Ernest “Mooney” Warther, the world’s master carver.

 Night Life a&r Music bar

391 Neil Ave., 43215, 614-461-5483. Live performances by great local bands. Check the schedule at

bar Louie, 504 N. Park St., 43215, 614-220-0900. At Bar Louie there’s never a cover charge and patrons enjoy daily drink shot specials. Voted “Best Pick Up Bar.” Featuring dozens of TVs and a large patio with fire pit. A mezzanine with private bar is available for rent. The big baNg, 401 N. Front St., Ste. 95, 43215, 614-233-9999. It’s always a party at Columbus’ best allrequest, rock-n-roll dueling piano show. The Big Bang is a premier destination for birthdays, anniversaries, corporate parties and all special events.

Park sTreeT caNTiNa, 491 Park St., 43215,

614-477-7255. Park Street Cantina is a popular happy hour and weekend spot. Located in the Arena District.

Park sTreeT PaTio, 533 Park St., 43215,

614-477-7255. Known as the place “where the party never ends,” Park Street Patio, located in the Arena District, regularly features live music, both inside and on its outdoor patio.

Park sTreeT saLooN, 525 Park St., 43215, 614-477-7255. Located within the Park Street Complex, Park Street Saloon is a never-before-seen party bar experience, featuring the hottest Top 40 DJs. Park sTreeT TaverN, 501 Park St., 43215, 614-221-4099.

r bar areNa, 413 N. Front St., 43215, 614-221-4950. scioTo doWNs raciNo

6000 S. High St., 43207, 614-491-2515. Exciting live harness racing May-Sept. in addition to year-round simulcasting. Fine dining in the Clubhouse, casual fare on the patio. Group packages are available. Grandstand admission $1.50; Clubhouse $3. Admission for children younger than 12 years is free.

The sociaL rooM, 527 Park St., 43215,

614-477-7255. A stylish place to meet and bring new friends, out-of-town guests and clients.

bbr coLuMbus, 106 Vine St., 43215, 614-365-7625. Located in the heart of Arena District, this 5,000-square-foot venue offers three bars, a spacious patio with a firepit, restaurant with a large menu, happy hour specials and multiple entertainment options. Popular for sporting events, boxing and good old-fashioned dancing.

343 N. Front St., 43215, 614-621-9453. Enjoy a fullservice food menu, drafts, cocktails, live entertainment, DJs and sports on the widescreen HDTVs. Located next to Nationwide Arena, a block from many hotels and the convention center.

char-bar, 439 N. High St., 43215, 614-225-9439.

The Three-Legged Mare, 401 N. Front St.,

charLie bear LaNd of daNce

Thurber’s bar, 310 S. High St., 43215, 614-220-7042. You’ll find all of your favorite cocktails, a creative martini menu and delicious appetizers.

Located across from the Greater Columbus Convention Center. Pool, darts, juke box. Open daily, 3 p.m.-2:30 a.m. South Campus Gateway, 43201, 614-429-3341. Charlie Bear is the premier nightclub in the University District. Head to the bar for an evening of dancing on the high-energy dance floor featuring live DJs.

The daiLy groWLer

2812 Fishinger Rd., 43221, 614-656-2337.

The TaverN oN froNT

Ste. 150, 43215, 614-222-4950.


More than 230 fine art and fine craft artists New and exciting events! Gourmet fare featuring Columbus’ finest restaurants VIP package available Adult and Children’s Hands On Activities Art Demonstrations YOUR GUIDE TO CULTURAL EVENTS, ORGANIZATIONS AND ARTISTS IN CENTRAL OHIO A SERVICE OF THE GREATER COLUMBUS ARTS COUNCIL

WorLd of beer, 503 S. Front St., 43215, 614-224-1962. The best beer selection in the Midwest. 500 beers, 50 taps, two floors and tons of entertainment. Located in the Brewery District, World of Beer is a beer-lover’s ideal destination.

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 Parks, Gardens & Farms Columbus Commons, 160 S. High St., 43215, 614-545-4700. Located in the heart of downtown, the Columbus Commons is home to a carousel, gardens, an outdoor reading room, grand lawns and Bicentennial Pavilion. Open daily; programming May-Sept. Franklin Park Conservatory and botaniCal Gardens, 1777 E. Broad St., 43203,

614-645-8733. Two miles east of downtown. Featuring exotic plants, art and special exhibits. “Blooms & Butterflies” through Sept. 2; “Bruce Munro: Light at Franklin Park Conservatory” opening Sept. 25.

GranGe insuranCe audubon Center, 505 W. Whittier St., 43215, 614-545-5479.

accessorize YOUR LIFE


lynd Fruit Farm, 9090 Morse Rd. S.W., Pataskala, 43062, 740-927-1333. Open in late July with peaches, sweet corn and various berry crops. Sept. kicks off the apple, pumpkin and maze season. Market closes early Nov. toPiary Park, 480 E. Town St., 43215, 614-645-0197. Corner of East Town Street and Washington Boulevard. Home to Seurat’s “Sunday Afternoon on the Island of the Grand Jatte” painting sculpted in topiary. Visitor center and gift shop. Open daily. Free.

 spas and salons aveda institute Columbus, South Campus Gateway, 1581 N. High St., 43201, 614-291-2421. The Aveda Institute Columbus provides full salon services done by supervised students. It’s where you can get quality services at an affordable price. erika taylor urban sPa, 275 S. Fourth St., 43215, 614-564-9054. Central Ohio’s most innovative full-service day spa offers each guest an exclusive and upscale environment designed to cater to their every need. nurtur the salon, 1581 W. Lane Ave., 43221,



it’s all in here...



614-487-3033. Every guest experiences a customized Aveda sensory ritual: a stress-relieving experience in a massage chair, a hand and arm massage, a mini-facial or an aromatic foot soak.

stile salon & sPa, 3981 Easton Way, 43219, 614-342-2133. Full service salon and spa offering massages, facials, manicures, pedicures and hair services. Perfect for girlfriend getaways, bachelorette parties and weddings.

 Zoos & Wildlife Columbus Zoo and aquarium

4850 W. Powell Rd., 43065, 614-645-3550. The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is a world of adventure that does a world of good. The Zoo is home to more than 9,000 animals representing 650 species from around the globe.

the Wilds, 14000 International Rd., Cumberland, |

43732, 740-638-5030. Board a safari transport to view rare and endangered animals living in an open-range habitat at this 10,000-acre conservation center in southeast Ohio. Open select days May-Oct.

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M at Miranova

SipS in the City

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Craft cocktails are fun and innovative, wowing drinkers from first sip to last. These inspired imbibes are all the rage in Columbus. Check out these local watering holes as they shake and stir the mixed drink scene to a whole new level. —Kimberly Byce Curio

Photo courtesy DiSPATCH PrinTing Co.

One of the city’s swankiest dining destinations has a top-notch drink menu, too. Celebrated mixologist Cris Dehlavi crafts cocktails made with high-quality spirits, house-made tonic, fresh juices and sea salts. Her signature creation, the Marquee, combines Belvedere Citrus, Cointreau Noir, agave nectar, blood orange puree and fresh lemon juice and is shaken with an egg white for a frothy finish.

lovers across town. More than 80 different bourbon, scotch, rye and whiskeys are available, served straight up, on the rocks or in clever cocktails.


At this speakeasy-style bar in German Village, skilled bartenders mix creative versions of time-honored libations, poured with house-made bitters, syrups and infusions. Instead of run-of-the-mill margaritas, you’ll find one made with ginger-kale juice and a smoked salt rim. Visit Curio just for the ever-changing drink menu or step next door to Harvest Pizzeria, where gourmet wood-fired pizzas garner rave reviews.


Located downtown, this upscale, flamboyantly outfitted bistro serves meaty entrees, gourmet sandwiches and small plates alongside specialty cocktails such as the Kentucky Mule, made with bourbon, lime juice and ginger beer, and popular barrel-aged Manhattans.


In addition to a thoughtfully curated wine menu, this chic, window-lined Short North Arts District space slings vintage cocktails alongside meats, cheeses and other nibbles. Try the refreshing Whiskey Smash, made with bourbon, lemon juice, simple syrup and mint.

M at Miranova Photo courtesy CAMEron MiTCHELL rESTAUrAnTS

This narrow brick building in the Brewery District is decked out with red paper lanterns. A full calendar of music events draws a hip but welcoming crowd that sips sake, Sapporo and house-infused shoju, an Asian rice liqueur.

rigsby’s kitchen

A Short North staple, Rigsby’s is consistently named among Columbus’ best places to eat—and it’s also a fine place to drink. Culinary cocktails feature sophisticated house-made amari, bitter Italian liqueurs such as Campari and Aperol.

Barrel 44

With one location in the Short North and another in east side suburb Bexley, Barrel 44 satisfies whiskey

Made in ColuMbuS

A handful of Columbus-based producers are flooding the city’s watering holes with artisan alcohol, quickly becoming the star of the bar. Photo courtesy DiSPATCH PrinTing Co.

Photo courtesy DiSPATCH PrinTing Co.

Double happiness

WatersheD Distillery makes corn-based vodka, smallbatch bourbon and two kinds of gin. Middle West spirits, named one of the world’s five most-high-tech distilleries by Popular Mechanics, crafts whiskey and three vodkas, including Stone Fruit and Honey Vanilla Bean. Curious how these potions are produced? Both distilleries are open regularly for tours.

Photo courtesy BroTHErS DrAKE

FooD & DriNk

Brothers Drake makes modern mead, a honey wine dating back to ancient times. Available in varieties such as Apple Pie and Bergamot Blue, the meads are great on their own or when expertly incorporated into cocktails. Stop into Brothers Drake to try the Filthy on 5th, a mix of Watershed vodka plus habanero-infused mead, olive juice and blue cheese stuffed olives.

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Restaurants Downtown  Arena District 89 Fish AnD Grill, 89 E. Nationwide Blvd., 43215, 614-586-4585.

sunny street CAFe, 277 W. Nationwide

Blvd., 43215, 614-222-3008. Best breakfast and best value lunch downtown. With a private boardroom for more than 50 and an experienced staff, catered and corporate events are ideal.

the tAvern on Front, 343 N. Front St., 43215,

614-621-9453. Full-service food menu, drafts, cocktails, live entertainment, DJs plus sports on our widescreen HDTVs. Next to Nationwide Arena; a block from many hotels and the convention center.

BAr louie, 504 N. Park St., 43215, 614-220-0900. $5 food/$3 draft specials. Football Sundays all season long. Kitchen open daily until 2 a.m. Happy hour: Mon.-Fri., 4-9 p.m.; Tues., $1 burgers; Thur., $2 quesadillas; Sat.-Sun. brunch.

the three-leGGeD mAre, 401 N. Front St.,

BBr ColumBus, 106 Vine St., 43215,

614-365-7625. Located in the heart of Arena District, the 5,000-square-foot venue offers three bars, spacious patio, restaurant and multiple entertainment options.

614-224-1560. Irish pub and restaurant near German Village, featuring daily drink specials, traditional Irish music every Sunday and all the soccer you could ever want.

BD’s monGoliAn BArBeque–ArenA DistriCt, 295 Marconi Blvd., 43215, 614-586-0077.

ColumBus BrewinG ComPAny restAurAnt, 525 Short St., 43215,

Asian cuisine, interactive dining. Create your own stir-fry.

Boston’s the Gourmet PizzA, 191 W.

Nationwide Blvd., 43215, 614-229-4275. With 15 plasma-screen televisions, Boston’s is the only true sports bar in the Arena District. Pizza, pasta, salads and a great kids menu. Full bar with 12 beers on tap and full dining room.

BuCA Di BePPo–ArenA DistriCt, 343 N.

Front St., 43215, 614-621-3287. Buca di Beppo is your answer to one fabulous group dining experience. Buca serves modern Italian family-style meals in an eclectic, vintage setting.

CAllAhAn’s irish tAvern, 520 Park St., 43215, 614-223-1200. An authentic Irish pub in the Arena District. Open: Tues.-Fri., 4 p.m.-2:30 a.m.; Sat., 5 p.m.-2:30 a.m.

GorDon BiersCh Brewery restAurAnt, 401 N. Front St., 43215,

614-246-2900. Located in the Arena District. Featuring award-winning American cuisine with bold international flavors and authentic German beer, brewed fresh on-premise. Open for lunch.

mAx & ermA’s/Crowne PlAzA, 55

Nationwide Blvd., 43215, 614-228-5555. Max & Erma’s has been serving all-American favorites since 1972.

PArk street CAntinA, 491 Park St., 43215, 614-477-7255.

PArk street PAtio, 533 Park St., 43215,

614-477-7255. Known as the place “where the party never ends,” Park Street Patio regularly features live music, both inside and on its outdoor patio.

PArk street sAloon, 525 Park St., 43215,

Ste. 150, 43215, 614-222-4950.

 Brewery District ClADDAGh irish PuB, 585 S. Front St., 43215,

614-464-2739. Located in the Brewery District. Restaurant and brewery offering a variety of awardwinning food and hand-crafted beer. Free parking; upscale casual; large menu selection; patio seating.

t. murrAy’s BAr AnD kitChen, 560 S. High St., 43215, 614-824-2301.

 Columbus-Downtown 3 BABes & A BAker, P.O. Box 164449, 43216,


BlACk Creek Bistro, 51 Parsons Ave., 43215,

614-246-9662. Unique restaurant with a connection to locally grown produce and products, which are used in all our specially prepared dishes. Affordable wine list and friendly atmosphere.

the BoAt house At ConFluenCe PArk

679 W. Spring St., 43215, 614-469-0000. Located off Spring Street at Souder Avenue, three minutes west of downtown, on the water with a view of the city. Patio dining. Contemporary American cuisine. Upscale menu.

CAFé Brioso, 14 E. Gay St., 43215, 614-228-8366.

Located downtown at the corner of High and Gay streets. Specialty coffees roasted on-site. Open: Mon.-Thur., 7 a.m.-6 p.m.; Fri., 7 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sat., 9 a.m.-1 p.m.

FlAtiron BAr & Diner, 129 E. Nationwide

Blvd., 43215, 614-461-0033. Located at Nationwide Boulevard and North Fourth Street. American, barbeque, Cajun/Creole cuisine. Mon.-Thur., 11 a.m.-11 p.m.; Fri., 11 a.m.-midnight; Sat., 5 p.m.-midnight; Sun., 5-10 p.m.

Jury room, 22 E. Mound St., 43215, 614-220-0964. lAtituDe 41, 50 N. Third St., 43215, 614-228-5050. Located in the Renaissance Columbus Downtown Hotel. Modern American cuisine made from local ingredients. lexi’s on thirD, 100 E. Broad St., 43215, 614-229-5394. Deli heaven offering gigantic corned beef and pastrami sandwiches and a large selection of salads, homemade soups, gyros and burgers. m, 2 Miranova Pl., 43215, 614-629-0000. Upscale, contemporary, energetic and dramatic; Cameron Mitchell’s marquee restaurant. Open: Mon.-Thur., 5-10 p.m.; Fri.-Sat., 5-11 p.m.; Sun., closed.

milestone 229, 229 Civic Center Dr., 43215,

614-427-0276. Located downtown with views of Columbus skyline and riverfront. Upscale, casual menu offers specialty cocktails, drafts and fine wines. Spacious patio and indoor seating.

mitChell’s steAkhouse, 45 N. Third St., 43215, 614-621-2333. Upscale cosmopolitan steak and chop house located in the heart of downtown. Lunch: Mon.-Fri., 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Dinner: Mon.-Thur., 5-10 p.m.; Fri.-Sat., 5-11 p.m.; Sun. 5-9 p.m. moJo tAGo, 614-961-6656. Mobile taco truck. siDeBAr 122, 122 E. Main St., 43215, 614-228-9041. Sidebar offers cuisine with a Mediterranean flare, intermingled with South American inspired small-plate dishes. suGArDADDy’s sumPtuous sweeties– Downtown, 11 E. Gay St., 43215, 614-888-4491. Columbus’ own. Nationally known. Gourmet brownie and blondie company. 20 flavors. Named “Best-of-theBest” by The Food Network. Winners of “Throwdown with Bobby Flay.”

thurBer’s, 310 S. High St., 43215, 614-220-7007.

CuP o’ Joe/moJoe lounGe Downtown

149 S. High St., 43215, 614-732-4899.

In the tradition of a great neighborhood restaurant, we take the finest local ingredients and integrate them into an accessible everyday culinary experience.

De-novo Bistro & BAr, 201 S. High St., 43215,

tiP toP kitChen AnD CoCktAils, 73 E. Gay

Dirty FrAnk’s hot DoG PAlACe, 248 S.

tommy’s Diner, 914 W. Broad St., 43222, 614-224-2422. A true family classic in any city. Great diner for all, located minutes from downtown. Delicious assortment of homemade pies.

614-222-8830. Dishing up contemporary American cuisine.

Fourth St., 43215, 614-824-4673.

r BAr ArenA, 413 N. Front St., 43215, 614-221-4950.

Due AmiCi, 67 E. Gay St., 43215, 614-224-9373. Enjoy old world Italian cuisine with smart, contemporary style in historic downtown Columbus.

roDizio Grill, 125. W. Nationwide Blvd., 43215, 614-241-4400. Authentic Brazilian Steakhouse located in the Arena District.

161 N. High St., 43215, 614-228-0500. Located between Spring and Long streets. Brew restaurant with


upscale dining. Historic setting with magnificent back bar. Open: Mon.-Thur., 11 a.m.-midnight; Fri., 11 a.m.2 a.m.; Sat., 5 p.m.-2 a.m.; closed Sun.

elevAtor Brewery & DrAuGht hAus

St., 43215, 614-221-8300. Downtown neighborhood bar; comfort food; Columbus pride.

zenChA teA sAlon, 19 E. Gay St., 43215, 614-218-9314. Come explore the world through tea or relax and rejuvenate your spirit. With more than 100 varieties of tea beverages, appetizers, entrées and desserts to inspire your imagination.

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 Convention Center All AmeriCAn HAmburgers, 400 N. High St., 43215, 614-461-0587. American cuisine. Madeto-order, 100 percent fresh, never frozen meat. Open: Mon.-Thur., 6:45 a.m.-7 p.m.; Fri.-Sun., 6:45 a.m.-9 p.m. CHArley’s grilled subs, 400 N. High St., 43215, 614-460-8707. American cuisine. Fresh grilled subs and lemonade. Open daily, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. CHiCken ‘n eggs, 400 N. High St., 43215, 614-461-8116. Chicken and breakfast, fried chicken and all kinds of sandwiches. einstein bros bAgels, 400 N. High St., 43215,

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FAme’s diner, 400 N. High St., 43215, 614-461-0587. American diner. Bob Evans breakfast served daily; fresh grilled subs. goodriCH iCe CreAm, 400 N. High St., 43215, 614-224-0800.

JAVA’s Cyber espresso bAr, 400 N. High St., 43215, 614-224-4676. Coffee, espresso and wireless Internet access.

mykonos gyros, 400 N. High St., 43215, 614-463-9263. Greek specialties and pita sandwiches. Open daily, 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Breakfast served daily until 11 a.m. noble romAn’s, 400 N. High St., 43215, 614-316-6168. The better pizza people.

siAm, 400 N. High St., 43215, 614-461-8116.

Authentic Thai and Chinese cuisine; Pad Thai, General Tso’s chicken.

subwAy, 400 N. High St., 43215, 614-224-0800.

 german Village bArCelonA restAurAnt, 263 E. Whittier St., 43206, 614-443-3699. Spanish cuisine. Live music on Sun. and Fri.

Cup o’ Joe germAn VillAge, 627 S. Third St., 43206, 614-221-1563. Locally roasted coffee. Pastries and decadent desserts. g. miCHAel’s AmeriCAn bistro & bAr,

595 S. Third St., 43215, 614-464-0575. Upscale contemporary American cuisine. Award-winning wine list, patio and event space.

HArVest pizzeriA, 495 S. Fourth St., 43206,


Jeni’s splendid iCe CreAms, 900 Mohawk St., 43206, 614-445-6513. Ice creams are made exclusively with cream from grass-grazed Ohio cows and exquisite ingredients from around the world. Juergen’s “germAn” bAkery And restAurAnt, 525 S. Fourth St., 43206,

614-224-6858. Authentic German food, crusty breads and pastries. Tues.-Thur., 8 a.m.-8 p.m.; Fri.-Sat., 8 a.m.-9 p.m.; Sun., 10 a.m.-6 p.m.

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Katzinger’s Delicatessen, 475 S. Third St., 43215, 614-228-3354. New York City-style deli, specialty foods store and caterer in German Village. Seen on The Food Network’s “The Best Thing I Ever Ate,” rated “best deli” and “best sandwich.”

schmiDt’s restaurant unD sausage haus, 240 E. Kossuth St., 43206,

linDey’s, 169 E. Beck St., 43206, 614-228-4343. Historic German Village American bistro. Four private meeting rooms; Columbus’ top 10. Lunch and dinner seven days a week with Sat. and Sun. brunch. Outdoor bar and patio.

sKillet, 410 E. Whittier St., 43206, 614-443-2266. Seasonal, farm-to-table dishes in an urban location.

Pistacia Vera, 541 S. Third St., 43215,

614-220-9070. Columbus’ must-stop bakery features distinctive desserts, yummy treats and divine delicacies. Indulge yourself and come try a little something sweet at this German Village staple.

Dining By cuisine american

101 Beer Kitchen (DU) The Acme Hot Dog & Sausage Company (N) Alana’s - Food & Wine (OSU) All American Hamburgers(CC) Bar Louie (AD and Easton) Barley’s Brewing Company (SN) Barrel 44 (BE) BBR Columbus (AD) Bernard’s Tavern (SN) Berry Blendz (OSU) Betty’s Fine Food & Spirits (SN) Black Creek Bistro (DT) The Boat House at Confluence Park (DT) Bob Evans Restaurant (GA, GH and WV) Bodega (SN) Buckeye Hall of Fame Grill (GH) Cameron’s American Bistro (WO) Cap City Fine Diner & Bar (GA and GH) Champps Americana (WO) Charley’s Grilled Subs (CC) Chicken ‘n Eggs (CC) Cimi’s Bistro at Pinnacle (GC) Columbus Brewing Company Restaurant (BD) Coopers Hawk Winery & Restaurant (Easton) DeepWood (SN) de-NOVO bistro & bar (DT) Der Dutchman Restaurant & Bakery (PC) Dirty Frank’s Hot Dog Palace (DT) Dutch Kitchen (PC) Eddie George’s Grille 27 (OSU) Eggfast (OSU) Elevator Brewery & Draught Haus (DT) Eleven (SN) Fame’s Diner (CC) Figlio Wood Fired Pizza (GH) Five Guys Burgers & Fries (OSU) G. Michael’s American Bistro & Bar (DT)

614-444-6808. Located in the heart of German Village. An entertainment destination in a renovated livery stable; live Ompah music; Schmidt’s Fudge Haus.

the thurman cafe, 183 Thurman Ave., 43206,

614-443-1570. A German Village landmark. We serve up the best burgers in Columbus, along with old favorites like our famous Coney Island. Featured on “Man vs. Food.”

 north market 59 Spruce St., 43215, 614-228-9960. Ice creams are


bd’s mongolian barbeque (AD) Mark Pi’s (OSU) Molly Woo’s Asian Bistro (Polaris) Siam (CC) Two Fish / Red (SN) ZenCha Tea Salon (DT)


Montgomery Inn (DU)


Flatiron Bar & Diner (DT)

coffee/BaKeD gooDs

3 Babes & A Baker (DT) Cafe Brioso (DT) Cookie Cravings Bakery (SN) Cup O’ Joe (AIR, BE, CL, GV and OSU) Cup O’ Joe/MoJoe Lounge (DT, SN and Easton) Einstein Bros Bagels (CC) JaVa’s Cyber Espresso Bar (CC) Mozart’s Bakery & Piano Cafe (CL) Pistacia Vera (GV) Stauf’s Coffee Roasters (GH) Sugardaddy’s Sumptuous Sweeties (DT, Easton and Polaris) Taste of Belgium (NM)


Katalina’s Cafe Corner (SN) Katzinger’s Delicatessen (GV) Panera Bread (OSU, Easton and Polaris) Spinelli’s Deli (SN) Subway (CC)


Bon Vie Bistro & Bar (Easton) Gallerie Bar & Bistro (SN) The Refectory (UA)


Juergen’s German Bakery and Restaurant (GN) Schmidt’s Restaurant und Sausage Haus (GV)

ice cream

Cold Stone Creamery (OSU) Goodrich Ice Cream (CC)

taste of Belgium, 59 Spruce St., 43215,

614-224-0896. Taste of Belgium specializes in authentic Belgian waffles, lunch and dessert crepes and espresso-based drinks. Catering also available.

 short north Barley’s Brewing comPany, 467 N. High

St., 43215, 614-228-2537. Located across from the Greater Columbus Convention Center. Award-winning ales complement full menu.

Basi italia, 811 Highland St., 43215,

Jeni’s sPlenDiD ice creams, North Market,

Glenlaurel Scottish Country Inn (S) Gooeyz (OSU) Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant (AD) Hangovereasy (OSU) Harvest Moon Cafe (S) House Wine (WO) Hubbard Grille (SN) Jury Room (DT) KDB - Easton (Easton) Knead (SN) Latitude 41 (DT) Lexi’s on Third (DT) Lindey’s (GV) M (DT) Max & Erma’s/Crowne Plaza (AD) Milestone 229 (DT) The Morgan House (DU) Northstar Cafe (SN and Easton) Park Street Patio (AD) Park Street Saloon (AD) The Pearl Restaurant Tavern Oyster Room (SN) Potbelly Sandwich Works (OSU) R Bar Arena (AD) Raising Cane’s (OSU, GA, N) Rusty Bucket Restaurant & Tavern (BE, WV, UA, WO, DU, GA, NA) Skillet (GV) Sunny Street Cafe (AD) Surly Girl Saloon (SN) T. Murray’s Bar and Kitchen (BD) Tasi Cafe (SN) The Tavern on Front (AD) Third & Hollywood (GH) Thurber’s (DT) The Thurman Cafe (GV) Tip Top Kitchen and Cocktails (DT) Tommy’s Diner (DT) White Castle (SN, N) The Wine Bistro (WO) Wine on High (SN) The Worthington Inn (WO)

made exclusively with cream from grass-grazed Ohio cows and exquisite ingredients from around the world.

614-294-7383. Fresh Italian and Mediterraneaninspired entrées. Casual neighborhood location in Victorian Village. Dinner: Tues.-Sat. at 5 p.m.

Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams (NM, SN, GV, GH, BE, CL, DU and N) Vienna Ice Cafe (CL)


Callahan’s Irish Tavern (AD) Claddagh Irish Pub (BD) Kildare’s Irish Pub (OSU) The Three-Legged Mare (AD) Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery (Polaris)


Basi Italia (SN) Bel Lago Waterfront Dining (WV) Berwick Manor Restaurant (E) BRAVO! Cucina Italiana (OSU) Buca di Beppo (AD and WO) Due Amici (DT) Marcella’s (SN and Polaris) Martini Modern Italian (SN) Mezzo (DU) Rigsby’s Kitchen (SN) TAT Ristorante di Famiglia (E)


Japanese Steak House (SN) Lemongrass Fusion Bistro (SN) Sushi Rock (SN)


Barcelona Restaurant (GV) Mykonos Gyros (CC) Sidebar 122 (DT)


Los Jalapenos Mexican Restaurant (RY) Mad Mex (OSU) Mojo TaGo (DT) Park Street Cantina (AD)


Boston’s The Gourmet Pizza (AD) Dewey’s Pizza (GH) Harvest Pizzeria (GV) Late Night Slice (SN) Natalie’s Coal Fired Pizza and Live Music (WO) Noble Roman’s (CC) Pizza Rustica (OSU) zpizza (SN)


89 Fish and Grill (AD) Columbus Fish Market (WO, GH) McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurant (Easton) Mitchell’s Ocean Club (Easton) Ugly Tuna Saloona (OSU)


Eddie Merlot’s- Prime Aged Beef & Seafood (Polaris) Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse (SN, DU, UA and WO) Mitchell’s Steakhouse (DT) Rodizio Grill (AD) Smith & Wollensky (Easton) The Top Steak House (BE)

legenD Downtown Arena District Brewery District Downtown Columbus Columbus Convention Center GV German Village NM North Market SN Short North AD BD DT CC


east Airport Bexley East Columbus Easton Gahanna New Albany Reynoldsburg Surrounding Area

north Clintonville North Columbus Dublin Grandview Heights Ohio State University Polaris Surrounding Area/ Powell UA Upper Arlington WV Westerville WO Worthington


south S South Columbus GC Grove City west W West Columbus HI Hilliard PC Plain City

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Bernard’s Tavern, 630 N. High St., 43215,

614-223-9601. A great spot in the Short North to meet friends for great food and a drink. Enjoy a casual atmosphere with an assortment of beers including 12 drafts, microbrews and imports.

BeTTy’s Fine Food & spiriTs, 680 N. High

St., 43215, 614-228-6191. Cozy neighborhood bar, craft draught microbrews, comfort food.

Bodega, 1044 N. High St., 43201, 614-299-9399. Cookie Cravings Bakery, 227 E. Third Ave.,

43201, 614-725-0090. Our quaint bakery in Italian Village specializes in cookies, sweet and savory crepes and micro-roasted coffee.

Cup o’ Joe/MoJoe Lounge shorT norTh, 600 N. High St., 43215, 614-225-1563. Bar

and restaurant located on The Cap at Union Station. Also serving coffee, pastries and desserts.

deepWood, 511 N. High St., 43215, 614-221-5602. DeepWood is the balanced experience of living and dining well. Sincere hospitality, inviting atmosphere, local responsibility and a fresh, evolving menu.

eLeven, 591 N. High St., 43215, 614-224-2204. gaLLerie Bar & BisTro, 401 N. High St.,

43215, 614-484-5278.

huBBard griLLe, 793 N. High St., 43215,

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hyde park priMe sTeakhouse– doWnToWn, 569 N. High St., 43215,

614-224-2204. Prime steaks, chops and seafood. Located on The Cap at Union Station.

Japanese sTeak house, 479 N. High St.,

43215, 614-228-3030. Located across from the Greater Columbus Convention Center. American/Japanese cuisine. Best tasting show in town.

Jeni’s spLendid iCe CreaMs, 714 N. High St., 43215, 614-294-5364. Ice creams are made exclusively with cream from grass-grazed Ohio cows and exquisite ingredients from around the world. kaTaLina’s CaFe Corner, 1105 Pennsylvania

Ave., 43201, 614-294-2233. Unique sandwiches, wraps, salads and soups. Breakfast served all day. Lots of vegetarian options. Patio dining. Dine-in, carryout, delivery and catering.

knead, 505 N. High St., 43215, 614-228-6323. LaTe nighT sLiCe/QuiCk sLiCe

1040 N. High St., Ste. 7, 43201, 614-206-7448. The Black Sheep of Columbus pizza joints. Late Night Slice’s mission is to give the denizens of downtown Columbus a fun and friendly place to pizza their faces off. Several locations.

LeMongrass Fusion BisTro

641 N. High St., 43215, 614-224-1414. Asian fusion cuisine in an upbeat gallery setting. The restaurant serves traditional Thai, Japanese and Euro-American cuisine in a trendy, elegant, comfortable setting. Open: Mon.-Thur., 11 a.m.-10 p.m.; Fri.-Sat., until 11 p.m.; Sun., 3-10 p.m.











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Marcella’s short North, 615 N. High St., 43215, 614-223-2100. Marcella’s Ristorante, pizzeria and wine bar. Dinner: Sun.-Thur., 4-10 p.m.; Fri.-Sat., 4 p.m.-midnight. Happy Hour featuring half off select items: Mon.-Fri., 4-6 p.m.

JeNi’s sPleNdid ice creaMs

MartiNi ModerN italiaN, 445 N. High St.,

2158 E. Main St., 43209, 614-236-2426.

43215, 614-224-8259. Contemporary Italian style with classic Italian influence. Dinner: Mon.-Thur., 4-10 p.m.; Fri.-Sat., 4-11 p.m.; Sun., 4-9 p.m. Happy hour: Mon.Fri., 4-6 p.m.

Northstar cafe short North, 951 N.

High St., 43201, 614-298-9999. Imaginative menu with healthful emphasis on local, organic ingredients and an in-house bakery. Open daily 9 a.m.-10 p.m.

the Pearl restauraNt taverN oyster rooM, 641 N. High St., 43215. rigsby’s KitcheN, 698 N. High St., 43215,

614-461-7888. Authentic, innovative Italian cuisine. 18 years of culinary art style and good taste. Closed Sun. Reservations recommended.

sPiNelli’s deli, 767 Neil Ave., 43215,

614-280-1044. Local place serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Open: Mon.-Fri., 6 a.m.-9 p.m.; Sat.-Sun., 7 a.m.9 p.m.

surly girl salooN, 680 N. High St., 43215, 614-294-4900. Sassy saloon with comfort food; 24 draughts served 11-2 a.m. sushi rocK, 570 N. High St., 43215, 614-453-1585.

Fresh sushi and prime steaks in an upscale, modern setting. Three private dining rooms, a trendy bar and VIP lounge area, DJ booth, flat screen televisions, valet parking and takeout.

tasi cafe, 680 N. Pearl St., 43215, 614-222-0788. two fish/red, 721 N. High St., 43215, 614-221-8600.

white castle, 965 N. High St., 43215, 614-291-9189. A late-night favorite.

zPizza, 945 N. High St., 43201, 614-299-3289.

Casual, laid-back eatery serving healthy pizza, salads and sandwiches with organic and all-natural options. Open: Sun.-Thur., 11 a.m.-10 p.m.; Fri.-Sat., 11 a.m.midnight. Delivery to downtown hotels.

east  airport cuP o’ Joe airPort, 4600 International

Gateway, 43219, 614-231-6563. Locally roasted coffee. Pastries and decadent desserts.

 bexley barrel 44, 2232 E. Main St., 43209, 614- 824-1058. We offer 150+ whiskeys, live music on weekends and amazing food. Check out our awesome happy hour specials in the bar Mon.-Fri., 3-7 p.m.

cuP o’ Joe bexley, 2418 E. Main St., 43209,


2156 E. Main St., 43209, 614-231-5364. Ice creams are made exclusively with cream from grass-grazed Ohio cows and exquisite ingredients from around the world.

rusty bucKet restauraNt & taverN the toP steaK house, 2891 E. Main St., 43209,

614-231-8238. Retro supper club serving juicy steaks and classic martinis, with the sweet sounds of the pearly whites in the background. Quietly getting it right for more than 50 years.

 columbus berwicK MaNor restauraNt

3250 Refugee Rd., 43232, 614-235-7100. Located near U.S. Rte. 33 and Refugee Road. American and Italian cuisine. Family-owned and operated since 1955. Closed all day Sun. and Mon., and Tues. evenings. Off-premise catering for all events a specialty.

tat ristoraNte di faMiglia, 1210 S. James Rd., 43227, 614-236-1392. Located ½ mile north of I-70 E. at East Livingston Avenue and James Road. American, Chinese, Italian and vegetarian cuisine. Family-owned since 1929. Special menu on Sun., 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Closed Mon.

 easton bar louie eastoN, Easton Town Center, 3970 Easton Station, 43219, 614-475-4440. Your perfect party hot spot. Tasty food, great drinks and exceptional martinis. Private room for 60 or facility rental for 300. Happy hour and nightly specials. boN vie bistro & bar

4089 The Strand E., 43219, 614-416-0463. Columbus’ favorite French American bistro. Taste the good life at Bon Vie.

cooPer’s hawK wiNery & restauraNts, Easton Town Center, 4230 The

Strand, 43219, 614-428-6999.

cuP o’ Joe/MoJoe louNge eastoN

241 Easton Town Center, 43219, 614-471-1563. Coffee, pastries, desserts and a full-service bar.

Kdb-eastoN, 165 Easton Town Center, 43219, 614-418-7149. Your neighborhood kitchen, den and bar. Food, interactive games, sporting events and cocktails.

PaNera bread, Easton Town Center,

3942 Townsfair Way, 43219, 614-416-2600. Bakery and deli. Fresh breads, cafe, espresso; 19 locations. Open: Mon.-Sat., 6:30 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sun., 7:30 a.m.8 p.m.

sMith & wolleNsKy, Easton Town Center,

4145 The Strand W., 43219, 614-416-2400. Specializing in USDA prime steaks dry aged onpremise and fresh seafood including lobster. Smith & Wollensky showcases the best of Columbus. Private event space.

sugardaddy’s suMPtuous sweeties

111 Easton Town Center, 43219, 614-888-4491. Nationally known. Columbus’ own. Gourmet brownies and blondies. Gifts and desserts. Named “Best-of-theBest” by The Food Network.

 gahanna bob evaNs restauraNt, 1380 N. Hamilton

Rd., 43230, 614-418-4791. Great food at value pricing for families, friends and groups. Down home cooking classics and all your favorites.

caP city fiNe diNer & bar/gahaNNa

1301 Stone Ridge Dr., 43230, 614-478-9999. Offers diner favorites with an upscale twist. Lunch: Mon.-Fri., 11:30 a.m.-4 p.m.; Brunch: Sat.-Sun., 11 a.m.-3 p.m.; Dinner: Mon.-Thur., 4-10 p.m.; Fri-Sat., 4-11 p.m.; Sun., 3-9 p.m.

Mezzo gahaNNa, 130 Creekside Plaza, 43230,


raisiNg caNe’s, 1320 N. Hamilton Rd., 43230,

614-475-1300. Raising Cane’s is a quick-serve eatery that serves fresh, never frozen chicken fingers.

rusty bucKet restauraNt & taverN

The Commons at Clark Hall, 73 N. Hamilton Rd., 43230, 614-475-4435.

 New albany rusty bucKet restauraNt & taverN

180 Market St., 43054, 614-939-5300.

 reynoldsburg los JalaPeNos MexicaN restauraNt

8134 E. Broad St., 43068, 614-655-4500.

MccorMicK & schMicK’s seafood restauraNt, Easton Town Center, 3965 New Bond

North  clintonville

Mitchell’s oceaN club

cuP o’ Joe-cliNtoNville, 2990 N. High St., 43202, 614-447-7563. Locally roasted coffee. Pastries and decadent desserts.

St., 43219, 614-476-3663. Private room for 65; tailored banquet menus.

4002 Easton Station, 43219, 614-416-2582. Located on the second level of Easton Town Center. Serving prime seafood and steaks. Dinner: Mon.-Thur., 5-10 p.m.; Fri., 5-11 p.m.; Sat., 4-11 p.m.; Sun., 4-9 p.m.

Northstar cafe eastoN

4015 Townsfair Way, 43219, 614-532-5444. Enjoy an imaginative menu with a healthful emphasis on local, organic ingredients and an in-house bakery. Open daily, 9 a.m.-10 p.m.

JeNi’s sPleNdid ice creaMs, 4247 N. High St., 43214, 614-447-0500. Made exclusively with cream from grass-grazed Ohio cows and exquisite ingredients from around the world. Mozart’s baKery & PiaNo café, 2885 N. High St., 43202, 614-268-3687. Mozart’s Café serves fine European pastries, cakes and much more. Serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and live classical music daily.

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Vienna ice cafe, 2899 N. High St., 43202, 614-268-3687. Europe inspired, local, handmade ice cream shop in Clintonville also serving gelato and sorbet.

 columbus The acme hoT Dog & SauSage company, 4989 Cleveland Ave., 43231,

614-891-2263. Want to try something different? Stop by Acme Hotdogs.

Jeni’S SplenDiD ice creamS–powell

8 N. Liberty St., 43065, 614-846-1060. Made exclusively with cream from grass-grazed Ohio cows and exquisite ingredients from around the world.

raSing cane’S, 2823 Olentangy River Rd., 43201, 614-261-0011. Raising Cane’s is a quick-serve eatery that serves fresh, never frozen chicken fingers.

fine aged steaks, chops, fresh fish and seafood in an elegant atmosphere.

Jeni’S SplenDiD ice creamS–DuBlin

One W. Bridge St., 43017, 614-792-5364. Made exclusively with cream from grass-grazed Ohio cows and exquisite ingredients from around the world.

mezzo DuBlin, 12 W. Bridge St., 43017,


monTgomery inn, 4565 W. Dublin Granville Rd., 43017, 614-791-7427. The morgan houSe, 5300 Glick Rd., 43017,

614-889-5703. Located at the corner of Glick and Dublin roads. American cuisine. Salads, sandwiches, desserts and soups.

614-291-3663. Located near OSU. Diner favorites with an upscale twist. Mon.-Thur., 11 a.m.-10 p.m.; Fri.-Sat., 11 a.m.-11 p.m.; Sun., 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Brunch Sat.-Sun.

columBuS fiSh marKeT– granDView, 1245 Olentangy River Rd., 43212,

614-291-3474. Just south of Lennox Town Center. Wide variety of fresh fish and seafood. Mon.-Thur., 11 a.m.-10 p.m.; Fri., 11 a.m.-11 p.m.; Sat., 4-11 p.m.; Sun., 4-9 p.m.

Dewey’S pizza, 1327 W. Fifth Ave., 43212,

614-487-8282. Hand-tossed and stone-baked pizza, fresh gourmet salads, fine wine and craft draft brews; full-service dine-in or carryout.

figlio wooD fireD pizza, 1369 Grandview

ruSTy BucKeT reSTauranT & TaVern

Ave., 43212, 614-481-8850. A casual bistro serving Columbus’ best gourmet pizza.

43229, 614-846-4791.

 grandview heights

Jeni’S SplenDiD ice creamS– granDView, 1281 Grandview Ave., 43212,

 Dublin

BoB eVanS reSTauranT, 1455 Olentangy

whiTe caSTle, 1435 E. Dublin-Granville Rd.,

101 Beer KiTchen, 7509 Sawmill Rd., 43016,

614-210-1010. 101 Beer Kitchen is home to the intersection of craft beer and rustic food. The everchanging menu is based on fresh, seasonal ingredients prepared daily from scratch.

hyDe parK prime STeaKhouSe–DuBlin 6360 Frantz Rd., 43017, 614-717-2828. Voted “Best Steak in Columbus” for more than 20 years. Featuring

6644 Perimeter Loop Rd., 43017, 614-889-2594.

River Rd., 43212, 614-421-0090.

BucKeye hall of fame grill, 900 Goodale

Blvd., 43212, 614-299-6639. Every day is game day. Incredible food, beers and cocktails galore, loads of official OSU memorabilia, amazing patio with a “Block O” fire pit and 40 big-screens TVs.

cap ciTy fine Diner & Bar/ granDView, 1299 Olentangy River Rd., 43212,

614-488-2680. Made exclusively with cream from grass-grazed Ohio cows and exquisite ingredients from around the world.

STauf’S coffee roaSTerS– granDView, 1277 Grandview Ave., 43212,

614-486-4861. Coffee roaster and café.

ThirD & hollywooD, 1433 W. Third Ave.,

43212, 614-488-0303. American bistro with an inviting ambiance and artisan ingredients. Lunch/brunch Fri.Sun. at 11:30 a.m. Open daily for dinner at 5:30 p.m.

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Guided and walking tours available at the German Village Meeting Haus.


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A 5th generation Columbus legend—Schmidt’s historic restaurant and banquet rooms are perfect for celebrating with family and friends. Enjoy sausage recipes from their turn of the century meat packing company along with award winning pastries. Open daily at 11 a.m.

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 Ohio State University AlAnA’S-FOOd & Wine, 2333 N. High St.,

43202, 614-294-6783. Fine dining focused on fresh, local, seasonal ingredients with an award-winning wine list, sold at Ohio state minimum.

Berry Blendz, South Campus Gateway, 1585 N. High St., 43201, 614-299-4682. Real fruit smoothies, vegetable blends, wheatgrass.

pizzA rUStiCA, South Campus Gateway, 1558 N. High St., 43201, 614-824-1990. Pizza Rustica received its inspiration from “pizza a taglia”—pizza by the slice sold in the authentic takeaway shops of Rome. pOtBelly SAndWiCh WOrKS

South Campus Gateway, 10 E. 11th Ave., 43201, 614-299-0617. From the back of an antique store, Potbelly sandwiches are born. Crispy sandwiches and thick homemade shakes. A sandwich to size up anyone’s ambition.

BrAVO! CUCinA itAliAnA, 1803 Olentangy River Rd., 43212, 614-291-8210. Serving authentic Italian pasta specialties, pizza, flatbreads, steak and seafood for lunch, dinner or weekend brunch. Banquet and event space also available.

rAiSinG CAne’S–OSU, 1816 N. High St., 43201, 614-298-8713. Raising Cane’s is a quick-serve restaurant that serves fresh, never frozen chicken fingers.

COld StOne CreAmery, South Campus

1546 N. High St., 43201, 614-297-8862. “Fresh fish, ugly owners.” Grab a drink, some food and healthy serving of local music in a great atmosphere. Terrific second-floor patio.

Gateway, 1574 N. High St., 43201, 614-299-5228. From unique ice cream creations to smoothies, cakes and shakes, nobody serves up the ultimate indulgence like Cold Stone.

CUp O’ JOe-lennOx, 1791 Olentangy River Rd.,

43212, 614-291-1563. Locally roasted coffee. Pastries and decadent desserts. Great place to enjoy before or after a movie or shopping.

eddie GeOrGe’S Grille 27, South Campus Gateway, 43201, 614-421-2727. Eddie George’s Grille 27 is a 21st Century, dynamic restaurant, with more than 70 HDTVs to watch the game. Featuring an award-winning menu and a progressive beverage selection.

UGly tUnA SAlOOnA, South Campus Gateway,

 polaris eddie merlOt’S–prime AGed BeeF & SeAFOOd

1570 Polaris Parkway, 43240, 614-433-7307.

mArCellA’S–pOlAriS, 1319 Polaris Pkwy., 43240, 614-844-6500. Marcella’s is a bustling burst of Italian flavor and energy. Lunch: Mon.-Fri., 11:30 a.m.4 p.m.; Sat.-Sun., noon-4 p.m.; dinner: Mon.-Thur., 4-10 p.m.; Fri.-Sat., 4-11 p.m.; Sun., 4-9 p.m.

Whether you’re up at dawn, winding down in the wee hours or feelin’ hungry any time in between, we’re cookin’ up a crackin’ good meal for ‘ya.

mOlly WOO’S ASiAn BiStrO, 1500 Polaris Pkwy., 43240, 614-985-9667. Located in Polaris Fashion Place. Authentic Asian cuisine. Lunch: Mon.-Sat., 11:30 a.m.-4 p.m.; Sun., noon-4 p.m. dinner: Mon.-Thur., 4-10 p.m.; Fri.-Sat., 4-11 p.m.; Sun., 4-9 p.m.

FiVe GUyS BUrGerS & FrieS, 1603 N. High St.,

pAnerA BreAd, Polaris Town Center, 1391 Polaris

eGGFASt, 24 E. 12th Ave., 43201, 614-299-3447.

43201, 614-299-5555.

GOOeyz, South Campus Gateway, 1554 N. High St., 43201, 614-824-1731. Gooeyz is a fast, causal restaurant and full bar, dripping with sophisticated silliness. Gooeyz is famous for amazing, stacked-high melt sandwiches, overflowing with cheese. hAnGOVereASy, 1646 Neil Ave., 43201. KildAre’S iriSh pUB, 1576 N. High St.,

43201, 614-294-2200. Ireland’s Pubs are much more than simply places for drinking—they are social experiences. Kildare’s creates a truly authentic traditional Irish pub experience.

mAd mex, South Campus Gateway, 43201,

614-586-4007. Funky Fresh Cal-Mex. It’s a summertime, wear-your-shorts, drink-a-beer, sweat-a-little, chill-with-friends, have-a-margarita, forget-the-clock, eat-a-burrito party.

mArK pi’S, South Campus Gateway, 1610 N. High

St., 43201, 614-298-8115. Mark Pi’s Asian fast food serves signature dishes in a fast, casual setting.

pAnerA BreAd, South Campus Gateway, 1619

N. High St., 43201, 614-297-6800. Breads, bagels, sandwiches, salads and soups in a warm, inviting and comfortable environment.



3 Courses for $30

Pkwy., 43240, 614-410-6200. Fresh breads, café, espresso; 19 locations. Open: Mon.-Fri., 6 a.m.-9 p.m.; Sat., 6 a.m.-10 p.m.; Sun., 7:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m.

SUGArdAddy’S SUmptUOUS SWeetieS– pOlAriS, 1329 Cameron Ave., 43035, 614-888-4491. Nationally known. Columbus’ own. Gourmet brownies and blondies. Gifts and desserts. Named “Best-of-theBest” by Food Network. Winners of “Throwdown with Bobby Flay.”

tilted Kilt pUB & eAtery, 8665 Sancus Blvd., 43240, 614-888-5458. At this Celtic themed sports pub you’ll always find cold beer, delicious pub fare, televised sports of all kinds and a festive atmosphere. Open for lunch, dinner and late night.

 Upper Arlington hyde pArK prime SteAKhOUSe–Upper ArlinGtOn, 1615 Old Henderson Rd., 43220, 614-442-3310. Voted Best Steakhouse in Columbus for more than 20 years. Featuring fine aged steaks, chops, fresh fish and seafood in an elegant atmosphere.

the reFeCtOry, 1092 Bethel Rd., 43220,

614-451-9774. Classic and contemporary French cuisine. Award-winning collection 700+ wines. Impeccable service, finest cuisine. Five stars Columbus Monthly; AAA Four Diamond Award.

German Village 614.464.0575 595 S. Third Street Call 1-866-397-2657 for more information

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Rusty Bucket RestauRant & taveRn

1635 W. Lane Ave., 43221, 614-485-2303.

 Westerville Bel lago WateRfRont Dining, 170 N. Sunbury Rd., 43081, 614-891-0200.

BoB evans RestauRant, 841 N. State St.,

43082, 614-882-3778. Great food at value pricing for families, friends, groups. Down-home cooking classics and all your favorites.

Rusty Bucket RestauRant & taveRn

400 Polaris Pkwy., 43082, 614-890-3663.

 Worthington Buca Di Beppo-WoRthington

60 E. Wilson Bridge Rd., 43085, 614-848-8466. Features family-style Italian recipes like Linguini Fruitti di Mare and Chicken Marsala. Open daily for lunch and dinner, and popular with large groups.

cameRon’s ameRican BistRo

2185 W. Dublin-Granville Rd., 43085, 614-885-3663. From local restauranteur Cameron Mitchell, this contemporary American favorite serving classic cuisine.

champps ameRicana

161 E. Campus View Blvd., 43235. Champps offers upscale, casual dining and guarantees generous hospitality, creative food and flavors prepared from scratch, and a great seat for local and national sport events.

columBus fish maRket–cRossWooDs 40 Hutchinson Ave., 43235, 614-410-3474. Located in Crosswoods development at U.S. Rte. 23 and I-270. Featuring a wide variety of fresh seafood and steak; fish market. Lunch: 11:30 a.m.; Dinner: 4 p.m.

house Wine, 644 High St., 43085, 614-846-9463. Retail and on-premise wine concept where you taste before you buy. Tasting events every Thur. night.

hyDe paRk pRime steakhouse– WoRthington, 55 Hutchinson Ave., 43235,

614-438-1000. Voted “Best Steakhouse” in Columbus for more than 20 years. Featuring fine aged steaks, chops, fresh fish and seafood in an elegant atmosphere.

natalie’s coal fiReD pizza anD live music, 5601 N. High St., 43085. Offering unique

Italian favorites cooked in a burning hot coal oven, and live music on certain nights.

Rusty Bucket RestauRant & taveRn

7800 Olentangy River Rd., 43235, 614-436-2626. Traditional pub food, from fish and chips to burgers, wraps and sandwiches.

the Wine BistRo WoRthington

8231 N. High St., 43235, 614-436-4000.

the WoRthington inn

649 High St., 43085, 614-885-2600. Fine dining in a historic setting, popular for both lunch and dinner menus. The restaurant is located in uptown Worthington in a historic stagecoach stop.

south  columbus glenlauRel scottish countRy inn

14940 Mt. Olive Rd., Rockbridge, 43149, 740-385-4070. Located in Hocking Hills, Glenlaurel offers gourmet breakfast and fine dining, wine and spirits and more, all in a secluded setting.

haRvest moon cafe, 7 N. High St., Canal

Winchester, 43110, 614-834-8100. Providing healthier food options with fresh, seasonal and local produce.

 grove city cimi’s BistRo at pinnacle, 1500 Pinnacle Club Dr., 43123, 614-539-0049.

West  plain city DeR Dutchman RestauRant & BakeRy

445 S. Jefferson Ave., Plain City, 43064, 614-873-3414. Experience a taste of Amish Country with breakfast, lunch and dinner menus, in addition to the fantastic bakery selections.

Dutch kitchen, 8690 U.S. Rte. 42, Plain City,

43064, 614-873-4518. Serving breakfast all day. The breakfast buffet is available: Sat., 7:30-11 a.m. The barn-raising dinner buffet is available 11:30 a.m.-close.

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…where you can discover the Herb Capital of Ohio, explore the Herbal Trail, take “flight” with wines, paddleboat, dip treats in chocolate, create a signature bath product, shop at the region’s largest retail destination, celebrate great music at the 15th annual Creekside Blues & Jazz Festival and more! Located just 5 minutes from the airport and 10 minutes from downtown!

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go team!

Columbus offers plenty of opportunities for sports fans to watch their favorite games up close and personal, from minor-league baseball to the world’s best golfers. Grab a hotdog and cheer on the Columbus Clippers, Triple-A team of the Cleveland Indians, who take the field at Huntington Park. The team will play 45 home games this summer before their regular season ends Sept. 2. Go for a great time, and take advantage of fun and quirky promotional games, like the everpopular Dime-A-Dog nights on select Mondays. Don’t miss a chance to cheer along with local fans—passionate about even more than our Buckeyes. On the north side of town, the Columbus Crew look to reclaim their 2008 Major League Soccer championship title with 12 remaining home games this season, which runs through Oct. 27. The 2013 USA Fencing National Championships head to Columbus June 28-July 7. The event—the world’s largest annual fencing competition— will take place at the Greater Columbus Convention Center and is expected to bring in more than 10,000 fencers and fans. Join the fun and experience one of sport’s most unique events. columbus crew

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Automotive fans won’t want to miss Mopar Nationals, held Aug. 9-11 at National Trail Raceway. Thousands of classic vehicles, automotive vendors and car buffs will converge for a weekend of competition and swapping. NASCAR also heads to Central Ohio this summer during the Nationwide

 Activities

 racing

BlAck Wing shooting center

nAtionAl trAil rAceWAy, 2650 National Rd.

consider Biking

scioto doWns rAcino, 6000 S. High St., 43207, 614-295-4016. The Racino offers more than 2,100 games, exciting live harness racing May-Sept. and year-round Simulcast wagering.

3722 Marysville Rd., Delaware, 43015, 740-363-7555. Give shooting a shot. Black Wing welcomes beginners and groups. Packages available. 4041 N. High St., 43214, 614-447-8894. Consider Biking works for better places to ride in Greater Columbus. They help you find a bike map, bike shop or cycling club or even plan a bike trip on the new Ohio to Erie Trail.

hocking hills cAnoe livery, 12789 St.

Rt. 664 S., Logan, 43138, 740-385-0523. Hocking Hills Canoe Livery is a full-service canoe, kayak and raft outfitter providing river trips for all skill levels.

hocking vAlley cAnoe livery & FAmily Fun center, 31251 Chieftain Dr., Logan, 43138,

740-385-8685. The original canoe livery in the Hocking Hills offers trips by canoe, kayak, raft or tube. Special events include romantic Moonlight Tours.

snoW trAils, 3100 Possum Run Rd., 44903.

 golf longABerger golF cluB

One Long Dr., Nashport, 43830, 740-763-1100.

sAFAri golF cluB At the columBus Zoo, 4853 W. Powell Rd., 43065, 614-645-3550.

Mature golf course on 140-plus acres. Several newly designed holes, a new clubhouse and a new practice facility, including a driving range and practice putting.


Children’s Hospital 200, held at MidOhio. This engine-revving event, held the weekend of Aug. 16-17, is part of NASCAR’s Nationwide Series. Spectating not your thing? Get into the action—and enjoy some oldfashioned family competition—at one of the area’s many bowling alleys. Favorite locations include Ten Pin Alley, a unique bowling boutique. The fifth annual Pelotonia bike ride, spanning 180 miles from Columbus to Kenyon College in Gambier, attracts nearly 5,000 cyclists raising money for cancer research. The Aug. 9-11 race offers varying distances. All eyes will be on Columbus during The Presidents Cup, Oct. 1-6 at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin. This team, match-play competition will feature the world’s best U.S. golfers versus non-European golfers. Travel packages are available at

Winding holloW, 6140 Babbitt Rd., 43054, 614-855-8600. 18-hole public championship course designed by Arthur Hills.

S.W., Hebron, 43025, 740-928-5706. NHRA drag racing, special events, group discounts, private suite rentals for corporate hospitality/parties. Open April-Oct.

 sports teams columBus Blue JAckets, 200 W. Nationwide Blvd., 43215, 614-246-4156. Ohio’s National Hockey League team. Games played at Nationwide Arena downtown, Sept.-April. Tickets range from $22-$85. columBus creW, One Black and Gold Blvd., 43211, 614-447-4131. Ohio’s professional Major League Soccer club. Season runs April-Oct. Tickets start at $10. huntington pArk-home oF the columBus clippers

330 Huntington Park Ln., 43215, 614-462-5250. Catch the Columbus Clippers, Triple-A affiliate of the Cleveland Indians, welcome you to Huntington Park.

ohio mAchine, 1350 W. Fifth Ave., Ste. 330, 43212, 614-754-1973. Central Ohio’s Major League Lacrosse team with games at Selby Field at Ohio Wesleyan in Delaware. the ohio stAte university Athletic depArtment, 410 Woody Hayes Dr., 43210,

614-292-9908. For information on all Buckeye schedules, contact the sports information office at 614-292-6861.

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Rowe. Many Short North boutiques— Ladybird, Tigertree and Milk Bar Boutique among them—highlight upand-coming contemporary designers.

shop around

home Decor and Accessories Looking to feather your nest? Head just to the Short North Arts District. This eclectic strip boasts the city’s trendiest shops, restaurants and galleries, including premier antiques marketplace GrandView Mercantile Co.; Grid Furnishings, a decidedly modern design-oriented art and furniture boutique; and Bungalow (also in Powell and New Albany), a shop with an eye toward industrial design and the unique. Northern suburb Powell is also a home decor hotspot. Don’t miss the finds at Paris Flea Market, Found and Rue de Lily, as well as the area’s many other shops. At The Candle Lab

Boutiques The Short North boasts an array of boutiques guaranteed to keep shoppers fresh and fashion-forward. Substance for Fashion Conscious People, features the Design Lab, an in-house design studio offering oneon-one interaction. For the trendiest of jeans, check out High Street Denim. Homage (also at Easton Town Center) offers vintage-look tees and more inspired by past moments in sports and pop culture. For of-the-moment fashion, check out Brigade, Jinny and

The Book Loft

Substance Easton Town Center

The Candle Lab

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Convenience meets trendy at Columbus’ spectacular shopping destinations. Located on the city’s northeast side, Easton Town Center boasts Michael Kors, Tiffany & Co., The Container Store and scores more, all bundled up in a brick road Main Street U.S.A. vibe. (Big news for girls: Ohio’s first American Girl store is opening at Easton on June 22-23.) Polaris Fashion Place, on the far north side of the city, is one of the region’s largest malls, combining premier department stores such as Von Maur and Saks Fifth Avenue with popular retailers including Coach, White House Black Market and Lululemon Athletica. The surrounding area is packed with shopping opportunities, including Ohio’s first Cabela’s. The hunting, fishing and camping equipment retailer opened in the spring. A 40-minute drive south brings you to Tanger Outlets at Jeffersonville, home to more than 100 brand-name outlets and factory stores including Adidas, J. Crew and Pottery Barn.

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The Unexpected

Photos courtesy ExPEriENCE Columbus

Have you heard the news? Columbus is a shopper’s paradise. The cat is out of the (Coach) bag now: Forbes named Columbus the No. 4 best city in the nation for shopping. From home decor to world-class malls, Columbus has it all. Here is just a small sampling.

one-stop shopping

(also in the Short North, Grandview Heights and Worthington), you can pour your own candle. (Other suburbs with walkable shopping districts include Bexley, Dublin, Gahanna, Grandview Heights and Westerville.) Don’t miss the showroom at Fortin Ironworks in Grandview Heights, which features their own ornamental ironwork and loads of other finds for the home. And consumers with an eye for design and a heart for exploring should check out Columbus Architectural Salvage, an organized warehouse full of architectural artifacts, antiques and more.

South of downtown is German Village, known for its wonderfully renovated houses and its restaurants and shops. At Helen Winnemore Contemporary Craft Gallery, admire handmade jewelry and other wearable art tucked away in nooks and crannies, waiting to be discovered. Stop by Caterina Ltd. for Italian majolica and other authentic European housewares. Bookworms can explore the 32 rooms of bargainpriced books at The Book Loft. Treasure-hunters, meanwhile, can spend the day wandering the nearby Greater Columbus Antique Mall. Head north on High Street to the friendly neighborhood of Clintonville, just north of the Ohio State campus. At S B Style, look for distinctive baby items, jewelry and shabby chic furniture crafted from salvaged wood. There’s also Wholly Craft!, a showcase of indie arts and crafts; RagO-Rama, a consignment shop full of edgy fashions; and many more.

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wholly CrAFt!, 3169 N. High St., 43202, 614-447-3445. Features hip, handmade goods from more than 200 artists including T-shirts, jewelry, accessories, plush creatures, housewares and more.

 Antiques & Flea Markets

 books

ColuMbus ArChiteCturAl sAlvAge

bArnes & noble, the ohio stAte university bookstore, South Campus

1580 Clara St., 43211, 614-299-6627. An organized warehouse of architectural artifacts, antiques and decorative items. A unique place to find inspiration.

grAndview MerCAntile

873-881 N. High St., 43215, 614-421-7000. Antique marketplace in Short North offering discriminating buyers a huge selection of distinctive pieces from around the world.

Gateway, 1598 N. High St., 43201, 614-247-2000. Books, references and gifts, plus a cafe. A historical, university tradition—Long’s Bookstore at the Gateway.

the book loFt oF gerMAn villAge, 631

S. Third St., 43206, 614-464-1774. 32 rooms of books at bargain prices. Open: Sun.-Thur., 10 a.m.-11 p.m.; Fri.-Sat., 10 a.m.-midnight.

greAter ColuMbus Antique MAll

 Clothing

 Art & Crafts

pitAyA, South Campus Gateway, 1618 N. High St., 43201, 614-291-9999. The racks are stocked with fresh merchandise every week. All Pitaya-label clothes are sewn with love in the U.S.

1045 S. High St., 43206, 614-443-7858. Located in a period antique building that’s rumored to be haunted. Five floors, 70 dealers. Columbus’ first antique mall.

1 stop beAd shop

6347 Sawmill Rd., 43017, 614-573-6452. 1 Stop Bead Shop is a retail store that teaches the art of jewelry making and sells all the beads, tools and supplies to support the art.

golden hobby shop, 630 S. Third St., 43206, 614-645-8329. Unique handcrafted gifts by local seniors. Open: Tues.-Sat., 10 a.m.-5 p.m. helen winneMore’s ConteMporAry CrAFt gAllery

substAnCe For FAshion ConsCious people, llC, 783 N. High St., 43215,

614-299-2910. Curators of classic and sustainable clothing and accessories for women. Discover independent local artisans upstairs in The Substance Lofts.

s.w.A.g.g. revolution AppArel, 185 S.

Wall St., Unit 111, 43215, 614-664-3143. Experience Columbus with S.W.A.G.G.'s original apparel and oneof-a-kind events. A true lifestyle and apparel brand.

150 E. Kossuth St., 43206, 614-444-5850. Focusing on the work of American artisans. This means that our shop is like an arts festival year-round. Closed Mon.

tigertree, 787 N. High St., 43215, 614-299-2660.

ursus, 2814 Fishinger Rd., 43221, 614-459-3327.

kreMA nut CoMpAny, 400 N. High St., 43215,

 Columbus Convention Center 614-224-9252. Nuts, chocolates, candies and gifts. Open: Mon.- Fri., 10 a.m.-5 p.m.. Weekend hours vary, so first.

MisChieF luggAge, 400 N. High St., 43215,


 department stores MACy’s-eAston town Center, Easton

Town Center, 4141 Easton Loop E., 43219, 614-342-2308. When you’re here, be sure to get your reserved-for-visitors only Macy’s Savings Pass, good for 10% off thousands of items.

 Food bluesCreek FArM MeAts, North Market,

59 Spruce St., 43215, 614-228-5727. This local butcher shop offers beef, lamb, pork, goat and veal raised the old fashioned way (with no growth hormones or antibiotics). The shop has own CSA program.

Cookie CrAvings bAkery, 227 E. Third

Ave., 43201, 614-725-0090. A family-owned shop specializing in hand-rolled and decorated cookies in many flavors. Treats are great for gifts.

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the dAily growler, 2812 Fishinger Rd., 43221, 614-656-2337.

kAtzinger’s deliCAtessen, 475 S. Third St., 43215, 614-228-3354. New York City-style deli, specialty foods store and caterer in German Village. kingsdAle MArket distriCt, 3061

Kingsdale Center, 43221, 614-538-0762. A foodshopping and dining destination unlike any other, with everyday grocery items at regular Giant Eagle prices, weekly specials, fuelperks! and foodperks!

kreMA nut CoMpAny, 1000 W. Goodale Blvd.,

43212, 614-299-4131. Gourmet nuts, all-natural peanut butter, handmade candy and gifts.

le ChoCoholique, 601 N. High St., 43215, 614-223-4009. Artisan chocolates, custom corporate and bridal gifts, pastries, biscotti, dipped berries, greeting cards, wine, dessert cocktails, lattes, espresso, tea, Wi-Fi. north MArket spiCes ltd., North Market,

59 Spruce St., 43215. North Market Spices carries more than 80 varieties of quality spices, herbs, blends and rubs from around the world with an ever-expanding line of products.

the oilerie ColuMbus, 1409 Grandview Ave., 43212, 614-824-2668. Featuring the finest Italian extra virgin olive oils and balsamic vinegars, which can be tasted and freshly poured into a “Columbus” bottle.

sChAkolAd ChoColAte FACtory, 3219 Tremont Rd., 43221, 614-326-3500. This shop loves making custom chocolate creations for special events and everyday treats: truffles, ganaches, buckeyes, custom molded items, chocolate fountains and more. sChMidt’s Fudge hAus And giFts

German Village, 220 E. Kossuth St., 43206, 614-444-2222. Truffles, sugar-free sweets, corporate gifts.

sugArdAddy’s suMptuous sweeties

11 E. Gay St., 43215, 614-888-4491; 111 Easton Town Center, 43219, 614-888-4491; 1329 Cameron Ave., 43035, 614-888-4491. Nationally known. Columbus’ own. Gourmet brownies and blondies. Gifts and desserts. Named “Best-of-the-Best” by The Food Network. Winners of Throwdown with Bobby Flay.

A tAste oF ohio, 646 Wheeling Ave., 43725, 740-432-8789. All Ohio-made items, unique gift baskets and more. Online sales only.

 gifts better eArth, North Market, 59 Spruce St.,

43215, 614-224-6196. Natural and organic products, jewelry, pottery and much more. Closed Mon.

brownie points And the popCorn gAllery, 5712 Westbourne Ave., 43213,

614-860-8470. Featured on NBC’s Today show. Voted “Best Brownie” in Columbus Monthly’s “Best of” issue. Extraordinary brownies, exotic flavored popcorn and chocolate confections.

the stAtehouse MuseuM shop

1 Capitol Sq., 43215-4210, 614-728-9234. Located on the ground floor of the Capitol at Broad and High streets. Shope for unique Ohio souvenirs, gift baskets and wine.

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ThirTy-One, 3425 Morse Crossing, 43219, 866-443-8731.

 home Decor CaTerina LTD., eurOpean hOusewares arT & GifTs, 571 S. Third St., 43215, 614-224-7224.

Located in historic German Village. This charming boutique sells hard-to-find, artisanal Italian ceramics, French linens, lavender body care and Polish pottery.

fOrTin irOnwOrks, 944 W. Fifth Ave., 43212, 614-291-4342. Hundreds of artistic, fun and unusual home and garden accents from local and international artisans at factory direct prices. Near OSU and downtown. GriD furnishinGs, 944 N. High St., 43201,

614-725-4292. A modern furniture gallery, featuring lines designed in North America and works created by independent furniture makers, designers and artists.

sOuTh Campus GaTeway, South Campus Gateway, 43201, 614-247-5825. Mixture of retail, entertainment, restaurants, nightlife, office space, apartments and parking in the University District.

 specialty amBianCe, The sTOre fOr LOvers

175 E. Campus View Blvd., 43235, 614-840-0166.

ameriCan GirL sTOre, Easton Town Center, 4040 The Strand East, Ste. 520, 43219, 877-247-5223. Opening June 22. aT&T, South Campus Gateway, 1593 N. High St., 43201, 614-291-2500. Phone store with iPhone and so much more for your wireless telephone needs. The CanDLe LaB, 751 N. High St., 43215,

hOme On hiGh, Short North, 43201,

614-949-1458; 646 High St., 43085, 614-433-9900. Pour your own candles and create a custom fragrance blend.

sOBO sTyLe, 3282 High St., 43202, 614-447-8880.

finish Line, South Campus Gateway, 1624 N. High St., 43201, 614-299-0607. Get some new kicks or the Buckeye gear you need. Style to give you some swag.

614-725-4292. A home decor collaborative of 19 unique shops in the Short North, where shoppers can visit a variety of stores.

Located in Clintonville. A unique home decor store specializing in vintage and new furnishings and gift items. Shabby meets retro, primitive meets modern.

 Jewelry The DiamOnD CeLLar, 3960 New Bond St.,

43219, 614-923-6633. The largest independent jeweler in the country representing some of the finest brands in the world. Featuring sales, custom design and repair services.

 public markets nOrTh markeT, 59 Spruce St., 43215,

GamesTOp, South Campus Gateway, 1611 N. H

igh St., 43201, 614-299-0730. Shooters, RPG and sport classics. Come grab the best games of today.

The GarDen herB shOp

7 N. High St., 43110, 614-834-4372. Providing the highest quality, all natural and/or organic products with unparalleled service.

hOuse wine, 644 High St., 43085, 614-846-9463. Taste before you buy. Tasting events every Thur. night. JuerGen’s German Bakery anD resTauranT, 525 S. Fourth St., 43206,

614-463-9664. Located between High and Front streets, just west of the convention center. Historic public market. Finest fresh and prepared foods.

614-224-6858. Authentic German crusty breads and pastries in German Village. Imported chocolates.

 shopping Centers/Districts

mOBiLe CenTer, 1593 N. High St., 43201,

easTLanD maLL, 2740 Eastland Mall, 43232,

614-861-3234. Located just off I-70 at Hamilton Road (east of downtown). More than 75 stores and restaurants.

easTOn TOwn CenTer, 160 Easton Town Center, 43219, 614-337-2200. An eclectic assortment of restaurants, entertainment venues and exclusive retailers. Columbus Visitor Center located in Easton Station. hisTOriC DOwnTOwn pOweLL inC.

44 North Liberty St., 43065, 614-396-3336. Located 15 miles north of Columbus. An antique to unique shopping area near the Columbus Zoo and Olentangy Indian Caverns.

pOLaris fashiOn pLaCe, 1500 Polaris Pkwy., 43240, 614-456-0120. Located off I-71 and Polaris Parkway. A major Central Ohio shopping mecca. Home to premier stores like Von Maur, Saks Fifth Ave and Apple. shOrT nOrTh arTs DisTriCT, 1126 ½-A N.

High St., 43201, 614-299-8050. Columbus’ premier arts, dining and shopping district, north of the Greater Columbus Convention Center. Gallery Hop first Saturday of each month.


nuTriTiOn X, South Campus Gateway, 18 E. 11th Ave., 43201, 614-424-6299. The best and widest variety of nutritional supplements to help your body feel and look its best. sam’s CLuB, 2675 Taylor Rd. SW, 43068,


T-mOBiLe, South Campus Gateway, 1618 N. High

St., 43201, 614-299-5852. Value plans and a reliable network.

Get connected to the incredible arts and cultural events taking place in our vibrant arts community.

verizOn wireLess zOne, South Campus Gateway, 43201, 614-291-9500. Operates the nation’s most reliable and largest wireless voice and data network. vinyL frOnTier, 51 E. Gay St., 43215,


wyanDOTTe winery, 4640 Wyandotte Dr., 43230, 614-476-3624. Hand-crafted wines, tastings, private labels, winery tours and event space. zerOz waLLeTs, 17 E. Gay St., 43215. Downtown

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Lodging  Bed and Breakfasts 50 LincoLn–Short north Bed & BreakfaSt, 50 E. Lincoln St., 43215,

614-299-5050, 800-516-9664. Urban delight in the heart of the Short North. Three blocks from the Greater Columbus Convention Center and Nationwide Arena.

Big Pine retreat, 25822 Big Pine Rd., 43149,


german ViLLage gueSt houSe, 748

hilton columbus downtown

Jaeger St., 43206, 866-587-2738. Voted “Best Hotel in Columbus.” The Guest House is a modern alternative to downtown hotels in an historic neighborhood.

gLenLaureL ScottiSh country inn, 14940 Mt. Olive Rd., Rockbridge, 43149, 740-385-4070. A Scottish Country Inn with wooded cottages and crofts; the premier romantic getaway in the Midwest. Located in Hocking Hills, we offer elegant lodging and fine dining. harriSon houSe Bed & BreakfaSt

313 W. Fifth Ave., 43201, 614-421-2202. Located in Victorian Village. Private bath, TV. Near OSU, the Greater Columbus Convention Center, Short North and Battelle.

hideaway country inn, 1601 St. Rte. 4, Bucyrus, 44820, 419-562-3013. An Ohio B&B, restaurant and event facility. Victorian ViLLage gueSt houSe, 1149

Neil Ave., 43201, 614-294-2849. Offers a luxury suite tastefully appointed with antiques and modern amenities. Walk to bars, restaurants, shopping, Short North Arts District and Arena District.


german ViLLage inn, 920 S. High St., 43206,

 hotels-downtown

614-443-6506. Located ½ mile south of I-70. Newly remodeled two-story motel. Lounge; restaurants nearby.

arena diStrict hyatt regency, 350 N. High St., 43215, 614-463-1234. Connected to the Columbus Convention Center, next to Nationwide Arena. Offering 633 spacious guest rooms. Indoor pool, lounge, restaurant.

hamPton inn & SuiteS downtown coLumBuS, 501 N. High St., 43215, 614-559-2000.

courtyard By marriott coLumBuS– downtown, 35 W. Spring St., 43215, 614-228-

Located across from the Greater Columbus Convention Center. Complimentary amenities include buffet breakfast and high-speed Internet access.

3200. Located at Spring and Front streets, near the Arena District. Indoor pool/whirlpool, exercise room, breakfast cafe, lounge, Wi-Fi Internet access and on-site restaurant.

hiLton coLumBuS downtown, 401 N. High St., 43215, 614-384-8600. TA state-of-the-art facility, offering a contemporary and modern presence in the vibrant hub of downtown Columbus.

crowne PLaza hoteL coLumBuS downtown, 33 E. Nationwide Blvd., 43215,

hoLiday inn coLumBuS downtown caPitoL Square, 175 E. Town St., 43215, 614-221-

614-461-2634. Award-winning, full-service hotel in the Arena District with 10,000 sq. ft. of event space. Connected to the Greater Columbus Convention Center.

3281. Newly renovated, full-service. Indoor pool, exercise room, on-site restaurant, lounge, free Internet.

douBLetree gueSt SuiteS–coLumBuS

50 S. Front St., 43215, 614-228-4600. Walking distance to downtown attractions. Downtown’s only all-suite property.

the LoftS hoteL, 33 E. Nationwide Blvd., 43215, 614-461-2658. Columbus’ only boutique hotel, located two blocks from the Arena District and Short North. Guest rooms are fashioned after New York City-style lofts.

drury inn & SuiteS conVention center, 88 E. Nationwide Blvd., 43215, 614-221-7008.

red roof inn coLumBuS downtown– conVention center, 111 E. Nationwide Blvd.,

Connected to the Greater Columbus Convention Center by a temperature-controlled walkway. Free hot breakfast, hot food and cold beverages, 5:30-7 p.m. Free Wi-Fi

43215, 614-224-6539. Walk to convention center, Arena District and Huntington Park. New NextGen rooms, petfriendly, free breakfast, Wi-Fi and airport shuttle.

renaiSSance coLumBuS downtown hoteL, 50 N. Third St., 43215, 614-228-5050.

Experience an innovative hotel, filled with upscale amenities, in the heart of downtown. With indoor and outdoor event spaces, we are perfect for any gathering.

reSidence inn By marriott coLumBuS downtown, 36 E. Gay St., 43215, 614-222-2610. Urban contemporary living. All-suite, extended stay property with full kitchens. We are pet-friendly.

Sheraton coLumBuS at caPitoL Square, 75 E. State St., 43215, 614-365-4512.

Located on at the corner of East State and South Third streets. Walk to theater, arts, entertainment and dining.

the weStin coLumBuS, 310 S. High St., 43215, 614-220-7040. AAA Four Diamond historic hotel. On-site restaurant, lounge, wireless Internet access, 24-hour in-room dining, health club and business center.

 hotels-east-airport BeSt weStern PLuS Port coLumBuS

1450 Airpointe Dr., 43219, 614-337-8400. Free deluxe continental breakfast and hot items, indoor pool, whirlpool, fitness room. Near Easton Town Center. Free airport shuttle. Family-friendly. Football fans welcome.

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Columbus Airport mArriott, 1375 N.

Cassady Ave., 43219, 614-475-7551. Elegant, fullservice hotel minutes from Port Columbus International Airport, downtown Columbus and Easton Town Center. Includes restaurant, lounge and meeting/event space.

Comfort suites eAst broAd At 270

70 Chris Perry Ln., 43213, 614-604-6400. Inviting accommodations close to all the best Columbus offers.

Country inn & suites–Columbus Airport, 2900 Airport Dr., 43219, 614-478-2900.

Spacious, two-queen rooms or king suites. Indoor pool and spa, fitness center, free Wi-Fi, complimentary airport shuttle and free hot breakfast included.

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CourtyArd by mArriott–Columbus Airport, 2901 Airport Dr., 43219, 614-475-8530.

Located 2½ miles from Port Columbus Airport. Indoor pool, whirlpool, exercise room, on-site restaurant, lounge, business center and free high-speed Internet.

dAys inn Airport, 750 Stelzer Rd., 43219,

614-238-9010. Full-service hotel near Port Columbus International Airport with on-site restaurant and lounge, indoor pool, fitness center and business center. Free high-speed Internet access.

embAssy suites Hotel–Airport, 2886

Airport Dr., 43219, 614-536-0500. Centrally located, 198 suites, 12,000 sq. ft. of meeting space, near downtown Columbus, shuttle to Easton Town Center and airport. Complimentary breakfast/manager reception.

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614-345-9291. Complimentary Wi-Fi, coffee, tea and bottled water. Indoor, heated salt water pool, 24-hour fitness center and business area. Restaurant and lounge.

HAmpton inn Columbus Airport, 4280 International Gateway, 43219, 614-235-0717. 129 rooms, 450-sq.-ft. meeting room, free continental breakfast with hot items, free Internet, 24/7 airport shuttle, outdoor pool, fitness room, business center. Hilton GArden inn Columbus Airport

4265 Sawyer Rd., 43219, 614-231-2869. 156 rooms with microwave and fridge. 1,250 sq. ft. of meeting space. Restaurant, bar, room service. Free Internet, indoor pool, fitness room, business center and 24/7 airport shuttle.

Homewood suites by Hilton– Columbus Airport, 2880 Airport Dr., 43219,

614-428-8800. Limited service, all-suite, extended stay hotel; free high-speed Internet access; upgraded suites.

stAybridGe suites Columbus Airport

2890 Airport Dr., 43219, 614-473-9888. All-suite hotel with full kitchens, indoor pool, whirlpool and complimentary breakfast.

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 Hotels-East-Easton Hampton Inn & SuItES ColumbuS EaSton, 4150 Stelzer Rd, 43230,

614-473-9911. Located across from Easton Town Center; complimentary shuttle to airport, Easton Town Center and within five miles. Free hot breakfast buffet, Wi-Fi, indoor pool.

HIlton ColumbuS at EaSton, 3900 Chagrin Dr., 43219, 614-414-5000. Located at Easton Town Center. Full-service, upscale hotel with 313 rooms and eight suites. Free parking, indoor pool, on-site restaurant and others nearby, lounge, Easton Sports Club.

HolIday Inn ExprESS ColumbuS EaSton, 4899 Sunbury Rd., 43230, 614-476-1100.

Full-service, indoor pool, Wi-Fi, business center, fitness center and activities for the kids. Located near dozens of restaurants.

 Hotels-East-newark CHErry VallEy lodgE, 2299 Cherry Valley Rd., Newark, 43055, 740-788-1200. Located 45 minutes east of Columbus. A 200-room resort/conference hotel with on-site restaurants and others nearby. Home to CoCo Key Water Resort, a 50,000-sq.-ft. indoor waterpark. nEwark mEtropolItan HotEl, 50 N.

Second St., 43055, 740-322-6455. Located in historic downtown Newark close to Longaberger Golf Course and Homestead, The Works and The Midland Theatre. 118 renovated overnight guest rooms. On-site restaurant.

 Hotels-East-pickerington bESt wEStErn ExECutIVE SuItES ColumbuS EaSt, 1899 Winderly Ln., 43147,

614-860-9804. All-suite hotel; free hot breakfast, indoor pool, micro fridge, hair dryer, iron; Wed. social hour; restaurants nearby. Corporate and government rates.

Hampton Inn ColumbuS EaSt, 1890

Winderly Ln., 43147, 614-864-8383. Located at I-70 E. and St. Rte. 256. Free breakfast bar; Jacuzzi suites; indoor pool; micro fridge, iron and hair dryer in all rooms. Corporate and government rates.

 Hotels-East-reynoldsburg HolIday Inn ExprESS HotElS and SuItES, ColumbuS EaSt, 2806 Taylor Rd.,

43068, 614-861-8888. Located at I-70, Exit 112. Free high-speed Internet access in rooms; exercise room; free breakfast; indoor pool; restaurants nearby.

 Hotels-north-Columbus ClarIon HotEl & SuItES, 900 E. Dublin-

Granville Rd., 43229, 614-888-7440. Located off I-71 N. and St. Rte. 161 (Exit 117). Beautiful rooms and suites including free deluxe breakfast, free local calls, fitness center, heated indoor pool, whirlpool.

Comfort Inn nortH ConfErEnCE CEntEr, 1213 E. Dublin-Granville Rd., 43229,

614-885-4084. Located at I-71 and St. Rte. 161. Free continental breakfast; rooms with high-speed Internet access; indoor pool and spa, exercise room.

Comfort SuItES faIrgroundS, 1690 Clara St., 43211, 614-586-1001. Located off I-71 and 17th Avenue (Exit 111). Five minutes to downtown and The Ohio State University. Indoor heated pool, complimentary deluxe breakfast; new hotel with all suites.

HomEwood SuItES dublIn, 5300 Park Center

CrownE plaza ColumbuS nortH, 6500

Parkcenter Circle, 43017, 614-799-1913. Located at I-270 and Tuttle Crossing, across from The Mall at Tuttle Crossing. All rooms feature a 42-inch flat-panel TV and Hyatt Grand Bed. Free Wi-Fi, free Continental Breakfast.

Doubletree Ave., 43229, 614-885-1885. Located off I-71 and St. Rte. 161. Full-service hotel. Indoor pool, on-site restaurant/others nearby, lounge, free Wi-Fi and parking.

dayS Inn nortH, 1212 E. Dublin-Granville Rd.,

43229, 614-885-9696. Located at I-71 and St. Rte. 161. Easy highway access for shopping, restaurants, entertainment, Ohio State Fairgrounds and Expo Center.

HolIday Inn ExprESS oHIo Expo CEntEr, 701 E. Hudson St., 43211, 614-263-7725.

Located at I-71 and Hudson Street (Exit 112). Free breakfast, indoor pool, exercise room, restaurants nearby.

ramada plaza HotEl & ConfErEnCE CEntEr, 4900 Sinclair Rd., 43229, 614-854-6029.

Located at I-71 and Morse/Sinclair roads (Exit 116). Indoor pool, whirlpool, free high-speed Internet access, on-site restaurant, lounge, fitness room.

 Hotels-north-delaware Hampton Inn ColumbuS/dElawarE

7329 St. Rte. 37 E. (U.S. 36), Delaware, 43074, 740363-4700. Just off I-71; 5 minutes from Polaris Fashion Place and 20 minutes from downtown. Bob Evans and Cracker Barrel restaurants are within walking distance.

 Hotels-north-dublin CHaSE SuItE HotElS dublIn, 4130 Tuller Rd., 43017, 614-766-7762. Located off I-270 and Sawmill Road (Exit 20). Closest to Columbus Zoo with discounted tickets. Free hot breakfast and DVD library. ColumbuS marrIott nortHwESt at tuttlE CroSSIng, 5605 Blazer Pkwy., 43017, 614-791-1000. Indoor pool, on-site restaurant and others nearby, lounge, gift shop.

CrownE plaza-dublIn, 600 Metro Pl. N.,

43017, 614-760-7921. Located off I-270 and St. Rte. 161. Suburban. 215 guestrooms, indoor pool, business center, Wi-Fi, free parking, minutes from shopping.

drury Inn & SuItES ColumbuS nortHwESt, 6170 Park Center Circle, 43017,

614-798-8802. Offers these free amenities: Internet access, hot breakfast and evening beverages. Pool.

EmbaSSy SuItES ColumbuS/dublIn

5100 Upper Metro Pl., 43017, 614-790-9000. Upscale, full-service hotel 15 minutes northwest of Columbus, near the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium/Zoombezi Bay. All suites include full breakfast and manager’s reception.

Hampton Inn dublIn, 3920 Tuller Rd., 43017,

614-889-0573. Located off I-270 and Sawmill Road (Exit 20). Recently renovated, complimentary hot breakfast, Wi-Fi Internet access, outdoor pool, near Columbus Zoo.

HIlton gardEn Inn ColumbuS/dublIn

500 Metro Pl. N., 43017, 614-766-9900. Newly renovated, near I-270 and historic Dublin. Breakfast buffet, indoor heated pool, on- and off-site fitness center and shuttle.

Ave., 43017, 614-791-8675. All-suite hotel with kitchens, complimentary breakfast buffet and evening reception (Mon.-Thur.). Indoor pool. Free Wi-Fi. Pet-friendly.

Hyatt plaCE ColumbuS/dublIn, 6161

StaybrIdgE SuItES ColumbuS/dublIn

6095 Emerald Pkwy., 43016, 614-734-9882. Newly renovated, all suites, near shopping, casual, fine dining, complimentary hot breakfast; evening social includes complimentary dinner items as well as beer and wine.

 Hotels-north-polaris CambrIa SuItES ColumbuS–polarIS

9100 Lyra Dr., 43240, 614-841-9100. Cambria Suites Polaris is conveniently located just off I-71, across the street from Polaris Fashion Place and within one mile of more than 100 restaurants.

CandlEwood SuItES ColumbuS/ polarIS, 8515 Lyra Dr., 43240, 614-436-6600.

Consider us home. Priority club points. All-suite hotel with full kitchens; free high-speed Internet access; indoor pool; fitness center; business center; free guest laundry.

Comfort Inn polarIS, 8400 Lyra Dr., 43240,

614-791-9700. Free hot breakfast bar, indoor heated pool, meeting room accommodating up to 25, exercise room, free Wi-Fi. Walking distance to restaurants and shopping. Easy on/off access to I-71.

tHE ConfErEnCE CEntEr at nortHpoIntE, 9243 Columbus Pike, 43035,

614-880-4155. Full-service hotel and conference center with 120 guestrooms and suites, elegant grand ballroom and 35,000-plus sq. ft. of meeting space.

ExtEndEd Stay ColumbuS/polarIS, 8555 Lyra Dr., 43240, 614-431-5522. Nightly rates available. Across from Polaris Fashion Place. Continental breakfast, pool and fitness center. faIrfIEld Inn & SuItES ColumbuS/ polarIS, 9000 Worthington Rd., 43082, 614-568-0770. Confident travel. Great service. 61 suites. Free breakfast, free HSIA, free parking, indoor pool, whirlpool, fitness room, business center. 1,710 sq. ft. of meeting space.

Hampton Inn & SuItES ColumbuS– polarIS, 8411 Pulsar Pl., 43240, 614-885-8400.

Complimentary hot breakfast buffet, indoor pool, Internet access, fitness center and more. Great location.

HIlton ColumbuS/polarIS, 8700 Lyra

Dr., 43240, 614-885-1600. This AAA Four Diamond, full-service property offers 252 contemporary rooms and 15,500 sq. ft. of space in the Polaris shopping destination.

HIlton gardEn Inn ColumbuS/polarIS

8535 Lyra Dr., 43240, 614-846-8884. Tour and travel packages available for senior and student tours.

HolIday Inn ExprESS and SuItES ColumbuS/polarIS, 8670 Orion Pl., 43240, 614-781-6100.

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Wingate inn–Polaris, 8505 Pulsar Pl., 43240,

614-844-5888. Located off I-71, one exit north of I-270 at Polaris Parkway (Exit 121). Upscale hotel, high-speed Internet access, meeting rooms, outdoor pool, fitness center, gift shop; restaurants nearby.

 Hotels-north-Westerville embassy suites Hotel–Columbus, 2700 Corporate Exchange Dr., 43231, 614-890-8600. All-suite hotel with free breakfast. Indoor and outdoor pools, on-site restaurant and others nearby, lounge, gift shop. ramada Columbus nortH, 6767 Schrock Hill Ct., 43229, 614-890-8111. Located at I-270 at Cleveland Avenue. Suite-like rooms; free breakfast buffet. Pets allowed for fee.

 Hotels-north-Worthington days inn & suites WortHington, 7500

Vantage Dr., 43235, 614-436-0556. Located off I-270 N. and U.S. Rte. 23 (Exit 23). Free Continental breakfast, free Wi-Fi, exercise room and guest laundry room. Great rates.

doubletree by Hilton Columbus WortHington, 175 Hutchinson Ave., 43235,

614-885-3334. Located at I-270 and U.S. Rte. 23 N. (Exit 23). Convention and business hotel. Indoor pool, on-site restaurant and others nearby, lounge, gift shop.

Holiday inn Columbus–WortHington

7007 N. High St., 43085, 614-885-3250. Located at I-270 N. and U.S. Rte. 23 S. (Exit 23). On-site restaurant and others nearby, lounge, indoor pool, airport shuttle available.

HomeWood suites by Hilton Columbus-WortHington, 115 Hutchinson

Ave., 43235, 614-785-0001. Located in north Columbus near all major highways. Free hot breakfast buffet, outdoor pool, fitness center and free Wi-Fi. Close to Columbus Zoo.

Hyatt PlaCe Columbus WortHington

7490 Vantage Dr., 43235, 614-846-4355. Located at I-270 and U.S. Rte. 23 N. Guests at Hyatt Place may purchase signature hot breakfast entrees along with Starbucks specialty coffees, or enjoy a free continental breakfast.

sHeraton suites, 201 Hutchinson Ave., 43235,

614-781-7314. Great location. Walkable to restaurants; two miles to Polaris. All suites have living room, microwave and fridge. Indoor/outdoor pools; restaurant and bar on-site.

 Hotels-ohio state university tHe blaCkWell inn and ConferenCe Center, 2110 Tuttle Park Pl., 43210, 614-247-4000.

Hotel and conference center on OSU’s campus. Rich in luxury and technology. Valet parking, restaurant, lounge. Located off St. Rte. 315 for easy downtown access.

fairfield inn & suites-osu, 3031 Olentangy River Rd., 43202, 614-267-1111. Located one mile from OSU and Ohio stadium. Indoor pool, whirlpool, exercise room. Free Continental breakfast. Free Internet. Hilton garden inn Columbus– university area, 3232 Olentangy River Rd.,

43202, 614-586-4378. Located one mile from OSU, Ohio Stadium and Wexner Medical Center. Close to shopping. Precor fitness center, indoor pool and whirlpool.

Holiday inn exPress & suites osu, 3045 Olentangy River Rd., 43202, 614-447-1212.

 Hotels-West-Columbus

Hyatt PlaCe Columbus/osu, 795 Yard St., 43212, 614-280-1234. The new Hyatt Place Columbus/ OSU. Located on the edge of downtown Columbus and OSU Campus. Oversize rooms, indoor pool. Free: hot breakfast, parking and Wi-Fi.

best Western suites-Columbus West

sPringHill suites–Columbus oHio state university, 1421 Olentangy River

Country inn & suites Columbus West, 1155 Evans Way Ct., 43228, 614-853-1257. Six

1133 Evans Way Ct., 43228, 614-870-2378. Located at I-70 and Rome-Hilliard Road (Exit 91). Complimentary deluxe continental breakfast; beer and wine available; TV, microwave, refrigerator, indoor pool, sauna.

Rd., 43212, 614-297-9912. This new hotel offers a refreshing stay. An all-suite hotel with mini-fridges, microwaves and sofa beds in every suite. Free breakfast and Wi-Fi.

miles from downtown; minutes from shopping and dining. Free hot breakfast and Internet, indoor pool, fitness center.

university Plaza Hotel & ConferenCe Center, 3110 Olentangy River Rd., 43202,

is three miles; downtown is eight miles; close to COSI, golf. Indoor pool, spa, exercise facility; restaurant, business center, free Internet.

614-456-1155. One mile from OSU. Complimentary breakfast and high-speed Internet, outdoor pool, restaurant, lounge, fitness center. Pet-friendly.

varsity inn nortH, 3246 Olentangy River Rd,

Courtyard by marriott Columbus West, 2350 Westbelt Dr., 43228, 614-771-8999. Mall

fairfield inn & suites Columbus West, 5520 Maxwell Pl., 43228, 614-643-4300.

43202, 614-267-4646 x306. Located south of St. Rte. 315 and North Broadway. Free wireless high-speed Internet access. Close to OSU, Riverside OhioHealth and Wexner Medical Center.

HamPton inn West, 5625 Trabue Rd., 43228, 614-851-5599. Indoor pool, free Continental breakfast.

varsity inn soutH, 1445 Olentangy River Rd.,

614-853-6199. All suites, free hot buffet breakfast daily, complimentary social hour Mon.-Wed. featuring food, fun and libations. Indoor pool, hot tub, 24-hour fitness center.

43212, 614-291-2983. Located at the corner of St. Rte. 315 and King Avenue. Outdoor pool; restaurants nearby. Free high-speed Internet access. Close to OSU.

 Hotels-south-Columbus Comfort inn obetz, 4870 Old Rathmell Ct., 43207, 614-492-9000. Indoor pool/spa, Continental breakfast, microwave/refrigerator; restaurants nearby.

 Hotels-south-grove City Comfort inn grove City, 4197 Marlane Dr., 43123, 614-539-3500. Indoor pool, fitness room, free breakfast, free in-room Wi-Fi, on-site business center, all rooms have micro fridge. drury inn & suites–Columbus soutH, 4109 Parkway Centre Dr., 43123,

614-221-7008. 180 rooms and suites, indoor/outdoor pool; free: hot breakfast, evening beverages, long distance, Wi-Fi.

Holiday inn exPress & suites–grove City, 3951 Jackpot Rd., 43123, 614-801-9000. Rooms

with whirlpool tubs, high-speed Internet access; restaurants nearby. Indoor pool, free hot breakfast, business center, updated fitness center.

la Quinta inn grove City, 3962 Jackpot Rd., 43123, 614-539-6200. Located in Grove City, a midscale suburban hotel six miles from Columbus. Enjoy a complimentary breakfast, indoor pool and whirlpool and free high-speed Internet access.

 Hotels-south-obetz Quality inn & suites Columbus soutH

4850 Frusta Dr., 43207, 614-497-9600. Located off I-270 and Alum Creek Drive near Rickenbacker Airport. Great customer service; Indoor pool; restaurants nearby; free continental breakfast, airport shuttle and Internet access.

HaWtHorn suites by WyndHam Columbus–West, 5505 Keim Circle, 43228,

motel 6–Columbus West, 1309 St. James Lutheran Ln., 43228, 614-870-2880. 104 rooms, outdoor pool and free SuperStart breakfast. Quality inn & suites, 2340 Westbelt Dr., 43228, 614-771-8944. Gold award-winner; newer facility; free hot breakfast, Wi-Fi, guest laundry, 24-hour fitness center, business center, in-room coffee, micro fridge. red roof inn–Hilliard/Columbus West, 5001 Renner Rd., 43228, 614-878-9245.

Located at I-70 and Hilliard-Rome Road (Exit 91). Free ESPN, CNN, HBO.

 resorts & Campgrounds alton rv Park, 6552 W. Broad St., 43119,

614-878-9127. Located three miles west of I-270 on U.S. Rte. 40 (Exit 7). Full hookups, close to Columbus attractions, Wi-Fi, open year-round.

big red’s lodges, 3773 Olentangy River Rd., 43214, 614-566-2447. Well-appointed lodges in a serene wooded location near the health and wellness facilities on OhioHealth’s McConnell Heart and Health Campus. buCkeye lake koa CamPground, 4460

Walnut Rd., P.O. Box 972, Buckeye Lake, 43008, 740-928-0706. 205 campsites, 15 cabins, outdoor pool, miniature golf, gift shop, in-season entertainment.

deer Creek resort & ConferenCe Center, 22300 St. Park Rd. #20, Mt. Sterling, 43143,

740-869-2020. Located 30 minutes south of Columbus off I-71 (Exit 84). Modern lakeside resort; golf, hiking, marina. Indoor and outdoor pools, on-site restaurant, lounge.

oglebay resort and ConferenCe Center, 465 Lodge Dr., Wheeling, WV 26003,


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CORPORATE PARTNERS Gold the Motorists insurance Group

471 E. Broad St., 43215, 614-225-8211.

Platinum Hollywood casino columbus

200 Georgesville Rd., 43228, 614-308-3333.

BalletMet columbus performs every summer at Bicentennial Park

Huntington national Bank

Huntington Center, HC0811, 41 S. High St., 43287, 614-480-5067.


One Nationwide Plaza 01-36-13, 43215, 614-249-0777.

scioto downs racino

6000 S. High St., P.O. Box 07823, 43207, 614-491-2515.

thrifty car rental

840 Stelzer Rd., 43219, 614-237-5800.

Wolfe enterprises, inc.

34 S. Third St., 43215, 614-460-3782.

silver At&t ohio

150 E. Gay St., Rm. 4A, 43215, 614-223-5652.

Bob evans Farms corporate Headquarters 3776 S. High St., P.O. Box 07863, 43207, 614-491-2225.

Fahlgren Mortine

4030 Easton Station, Ste. 300, 43219, 614-383-1533.

Fifth third Bank

Fifth Third Center, 21 E. State St., Fifth Fl., 43215, 800-972-3030.

Grange insurance companies

671 S. High St., 43206, 614-445-2828.

the Longaberger company

Associations and non Profits

dine originals columbus

One Market Square, 1500 E. Main St., Newark, 43055, 740-322-5588. ohioHealth, 180 E. Broad St., 43215, 614-544-4455.

American Municipal Power-ohio, inc.

GAMA/Game Manufacturers Association

1015 Olentangy River Rd., 43212, 614-481-5308.

1111 Schrock Rd., Ste. 100, 43229, 614-337-6222.

1101 S. Fourth St., 43206, 614-451-9774.

240 N. Fifth St., Ste. 340, 43215, 614-255-4500.

Big Fish networking

Greater columbus convention center Merchant Association

capital crossroads special improvement district


674 Enterprise Dr., 43035, 614-216-9985. 23 N. Fourth St., 43215, 614-645-5063.

central ohio restaurant Association

400 N. High St., 43215, 614-224-9252. 2130 Stella Ct., 43215

, 614-487-1117.

ohio Hotel & Lodging Association

259 Garfield Ave., 43140, 877-274-2672.

692 N. High St., Ste. 212, 43215, 614-461-6462.

columbus Board of realtors

ohio Quarter Horse Association

2700 Airport Dr., 43219, 614-475-4000.

time Warner cable

viP Aladdin shrine event & conference center 3850 Stelzer Rd., 43219, 614-475-2609.

columbus distributing company

4949 Freeway Dr. E., 43229, 614-846-1000.

chase Bank

100 E. Broad St., 10th Fl., 43215, 614-248-9566.

Moody nolan, inc.

columbus chamber of commerce

101 Tawa Rd., P. O. Box 209, Richwood, 43344, 740-943-2346.

columbus Foundation

1525 Bethel Rd., Ste. 301, 43220, 614-442-3535.

osu sales & Marketing consortium Group

851 N. Pearl St., 43215, 614-397-8277.

Plante Moran

ohio restaurant Association

150 S. Front St., Ste. 200, 43215, 614-221-1321.

small Business Beanstalk

1234 E. Broad St., 43205, 614-251-4000.

columbus international Program

stonewall columbus

57 Jefferson Ave., Ste. 3, 43215, 614-221-0034.

columbus Metropolitan club

1160 N. High St., 43201, 614-299-7764.


100 E. Broad St., Ste. 2200, 43215, 614-464-3220.

1275 Kinnear Rd., 43212, 614-340-1688.

columbus young Professionals club (cyP cLuB)

1500 W. Third Ave., Ste. 322, 43212, 614-579-9390.

(ecdi) economic and community development institute 1655 Old Leonard Ave., 43219.

300 Spruce St., Ste. 300, 43215, 614-461-4664. 555 Borror Dr., Ste. 1030, 43201, 614-292-3231. 65 E. State St., Ste. 600, 43215, 614-849-3000.

Pricewaterhousecoopers LLP

41 S. High St., Ste. 2500, 43215, 614-225-8700.

the Metropreneur

65 E. Gay St., Ste. 230, 43215, 614-946-0826.


3425 Morse Crossing, 43219, 1-866-443-7831.

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US Bank

10 W. Broad St., 12th Fl., 43215, 614-232-8017.

White Castle System, Inc.

555 W. Goodale St., 43215, 614-228-5781.


Columbus Zoo and Aquarium

4850 W. Powell Rd., P.o. Box 400, 43065, 614-645-3550.

The Conference Center at NorthPointe

9243 Columbus Pike, Lewis Center, 43035, 614-880-4155.

The Conference Center at OCLC

Advanced Reading Concepts

1826 Glenn ave., 43212, 614-486-2473.

NSA Ohio

218 Crowfield Circle, Lewisburg, WV 24901, 866-900-6446.

700 Creekside Plaza, 43230, 614-416-8188.

The Darby House

925 darby Creek dr., Galloway, 43119, 614-878-4527.

Dave & Buster’s

3665 Park Mill Run dr., 43026, 614-771-1515.


511 n. High St., 43215, 614-221-5602.

Drake Performance and Event Center

Training-Artists and Craftsmen

1849 Cannon dr., 43210, 614-292-8597.

Glass Axis, 1341-B norton ave., 43212, 614-291-4250.

67 E. Gay St., 43215, 614-224-9373.

FaCiLitiES Health Clubs Arena District Athletic Club

325 John H. McConnell Blvd., Ste. 150, 43215, 614-461-7785.

Ohio Statehouse

one Capitol Square, 43215, 614-466-2125.

Ohio Union at The Ohio State University

Creekside Conference and Event Center


717 E. 17th ave., 43211, 614-644-4038.

333 W. Broad St., 43215, 614-629-3113.

Columbus State Community College,

201 S. Grant ave., 43215, 614-947-6173.

Ohio Expo Center & State Fair

The Ohio State University Department of Recreational Sports


Franklin University

2407 Beech Rd., Johnstown, 43031, 740-964-1830.

6600 Kilgour Place, 43017, 614-761-5077.

Institutions 550 E. Spring St., 43215, 614-287-2412.

The Now Center

Due Amici

Fawcett Event Center

2400 olentangy River Rd., 43210, 614-292-8033.

Franklin County Veterans Memorial

300 W. Broad St., 43215, 614-221-4341.

Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens 1777 E. Broad St., 43203, 614-645-8733.

Franklin University

1739 n. High St., 43210, 614-292-9835.

OSU Faculty Club

181 S. oval dr., 43210, 614-292-2262.

Park Street Complex

525, 527 & 533 Park St., 43215, 614-477-7255.

Park Street Tavern

501 Park St., 43215, 614-221-4099.

Capital University’s Parkhurst Dining Services one College and Main, 43209, 614-236-6403.

Pinnacle Golf Club

1500 Pinnacle Club dr., 43123, 614-539-0049.

Quest Business Centers

8405 Pulsar Pl., 43240, 614-540-5540.

Santa Maria

1111 E. Broad St., 43205, office: 614-645-8760, Ship: 614-645-0351.

Schmidt’s Banquet und Meeting Haus

240 E. Kossuth St., 43206, 614-449-4038.

Sequoia Pro Bowl

5501 Sandalwood Blvd., 43229, 614-571-2135.

Shadowbox Live


Funny Bone Comedy Club and Restaurant

503 S. Front St., 43215, 614-416-7625. Sidebar 122, 122 E. Main St., 43215, 614-228-9041.

Franklin County Convention Facilities Authority

Gateway Film Center

3816 april Ln., 43227, 614-395-2355.

400 n. High St., Fourth Fl., 43215, 614-827-2800.

201 S. Grant ave., 43215, 614-947-6544.

B106 RPaC, 337 W. 17th ave., 43210, 614-292-6481.

145 Easton town Center, 43219, 614-471-5653. 1550 n. High St., 43201, 614-545-2250.

Grand Oaks Event and Business Center, LLC


1801 Gateway Circle, 43123, 614-539-0199.

Aladdin Shrine Event & Conference Center

400 n. High St., 43215, 614-827-2662.

3850 Stelzer Rd., 43219, 614-475-2609.

Arena Grand Movie Theatre

175 W. nationwide Blvd., 43215, 614-469-1074.

Bar Louie

504 n. Park St., 43215, 614-220-0900.

Bar Louie Easton

Easton town Center, 3970 Easton Station, 43219, 614-475-4440.

Big Room Events

1036 S. Front St., 43206, 614-449-9612.

Black Wing Shooting Center

3722 Marysville Rd., delaware, 43015, 740-363-7555.

The Bluestone

583 E. Broad St., 43215, 614-884-4646.

The Boat House at Confluence Park

679 W. Spring St., 43215, 614-469-0000.

Callahan’s Irish Tavern

520 Park St., 43215, 614-223-1200.

Capital Club

Huntington Center, 41 S. High St., Seventh Fl., 43215, 614-228-0225.

The Clock Tower Banquet & Conference Center 4500 Eastland dr., 43232, 614-759-9371.

The Columbus Athenaeum

32 n. Fourth St., 43215, 614-222-6338.

Columbus Crew Stadium

Greater Columbus Convention Center

Signature Wines

Smith & Wollensky

Easton town Center, 4145 the Strand W., 43219, 614-416-2400.


Grove City Church of the Nazarene

300 Marconi Blvd., Ste. 206, 43215, 614-224-7727.

Hollywood Casino Columbus

1210 S. James Rd., 43227, 614-236-1392.

4770 Hoover Rd., 43123, 614-875-2551. 200 Georgesville Rd., 43228, 614-308-4690.

Huntington Park-Home of the Columbus Clippers 330 Huntington Park Ln., 43215, 614-462-5250.

The Ivory Room

2 Miranova Pl., 6th Fl., 43215, 614-221-2347.

Jefferson Country Club

7271 Jefferson Meadows dr., 43004, 614-759-7500.

The King Arts Complex

867 Mt. Vernon ave., 43203, 614-645-5464.

L.A. Catering

1699 W. Mound St., 43223, 614-358-5252.

THE LC, Lifestyle Communities Pavilion 405 neil ave., 43215, 614-461-5483.

Lindey’s German Village

169 E. Beck St., 43206, 614-228-4343.

Longaberger Alumni House

2200 olentangy River Rd., 43210, 614-292-3067.

TAT Ristorante di Famiglia The Tavern on Front

343 n. Front St., 43215, 614-621-9453.

Venue & Loft at dock580

580 n. Fourth St., 43215, 614-464-0700.

Via Vecchia Winery

485 S. Front St., 43215, 614-893-5455.

Westerville Conference Center

98 Commerce Park dr., 43082, 614-623-5175.

The Wine Bistro Worthington

8231 n. High St., 43235, 614-436-4000.

The Worthington Inn

649 High St., 43085, 614-885-2600.

Winding Hollow

6140 Babbitt Rd., 43054, 614-855-8600.


333 W. Broad St., 43215, 614-292-4360.


Longaberger Golf Club

one Long dr., nashport, 43830, 740-763-1100.

Magic Mountain Fun Center/East

5890 Scarborough Blvd., 43232, 614-840-9600.


5890 Scarborough Blvd., 43232, 614-840-9600.

614 Magazine

Magic Mountain Fun Center/Polaris Monaco’s Catering

one Black and Gold Blvd., 43211, 614-447-4131.

4555 Cleveland ave., 43231, 614-475-4817.

458 E. Main St., 43215, 614-488-4400. Alive! 34 S. third St., 43215, 614-221-2449.

480 E. Broad St., 43215, 614-629-0324.

2201 Fred taylor dr., 43210, 614-292-4444.

467 Waterbury Court, 43230, 614-231-8381.

Columbus Museum of Art

Columbus State Conference Center

315 Cleveland ave., 43215, 614-287-5500.

Nationwide & Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center at OSU Northland Performing Arts Center

4411 tamarack Blvd., 43229, 614-410-1135.

Apartment Finder Magazine Capital Style

34 S. third St., 43215, 614-461-8700.

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Columbus Bride

Office Equipment and Supplies

Live! Technologies

Columbus Business First

Capitol Office Supply

Markey’s Audio-Visual

34 S. Third St., 43215, 614-888-4567. 303 W. Nationwide Blvd., 43215, 614-461-4040.

Columbus C.E.O.

34 S. Third St., 43215, 614-888-4567. Columbus Custom Publishing, 34 S. Third St., 43215, 614-888-4567.

Columbus Monthly

34 S. Third St., 43215, 614-888-4567.

Columbus Parent

777-L Dearborn Park Ln., 43085, 614-846-7303.

IKON Office Solutions

400 Metro Pl., 43017, 614-789-4555.

Lake Business Products

781 Busch Ct., 43229, 614-847-7500.

Lawrence Binding Systems

2531 Tiller Ln., 43231, 614-818-3450.

SOH Productions

136 Mill St., Ste. 230, 43230, 614-523-3535.

3854 Fisher Rd., 43228, 614-278-7777. 400 N. High St., Ste. 134, 43215, 614-221-7920.

pagetech limited

P.O. Box 9870, 43209, 614-255-1480.

Presentation Services

350 N. High St., 43215, 614-461-8444.

Prestige AV & Creative Services

4835 Para Dr., Cincinnati, 45237, 800-294-3179.

Summit Pro Works

18 Huffman Ave., Dayton, 45402, 937-557-1621.


Promotional Items

Technology Express

34 S. Third St., 43215, 614-461-8700.

The Dispatch Printing Co.

Advertise America, Inc.

5877 Torrey Pines Ave., 43082, 614-882-6608.

Audio/Visual Production

34 S. Third St., 43215, 614-461-5000.

American Impressions

6969 Worthington Galena Rd., 43085, 614-848-6677.

Brainstorm Media, Inc.

American Whistle Corporation

1423 Goodale Blvd., 43212, 614-299-5611.

Mills James Productions

34 S. Third St., 43215, 614-461-8878.

Live Local! Columbus

815 N. High St., Basement Ste. Q, 43215, 614-268-8525.

Ohio Magazine, Inc.

4242 Tuller Rd., Ste. A, 43017, 614-461-7645.

6540 Huntley Rd., 43229, 614-846-2918.

Artina Promotional Products

outlook: Columbus/Outlook Media

50 S. Liberty St., Ste. 250, 43065, 614-635-8865.

ThisWeek Community News

175 S. Sandusky St., Ste. 241, Delaware, 43015, 614-448-7035.

815 N. High St., Basement Ste. ii, 43215, 614-268-8525. 7801 N. Central Dr., Lewis Center, 43035, 740-888-6002.

Convention Products, LLC EmbroidMe

820 Midpoint Dr., O’Fallon, MO 63366, 636-978-1005.

3545 Fishinger Blvd., 43026, 614-777-9933.

Spacejunk Media

232 N. Third St., Ste. 100, 43215, 614-262-7665.

Summit Pro Works

18 Huffman Ave., Dayton, 45402, 937-557-1621.

Vital Film Works/Your Story Everywhere 1305 Holly Ave., 43212, 614-294-1306.

4922 Morse Rd., 43230, 614-933-9194.


960 King Ave., 43212, 614-424-9000.

P.O. Box 286, 43068, 614-607-2717.


Graphic Awards

Top Shelf Mixologist

97.1 The Fan-Sports Radio

790 E. Johnstown Rd., 614-416-6534.

Body Art

P.O. Box 1464, 43068, 614-755-9588.

2430 E. Powell Rd., 43035, 614-433-9343.

605 S. Front St., Ste. 300, 43215, 614-460-3850.

RadiOhio, Inc./WBNS

MJW Graphics

Funhouse Faces


Outreach Promotional Solutions

7681 Whitewood Ct., 43235, 614-484-1997.


ABC 6-FOX 28-My TV Columbus

Shaw Print & Promotion, Inc.

835 Grandview Ave., 43215, 614-224-5844.

A Catered Event, Inc.

Team Promotions

4654 Groves Rd., 43232, 614-863-9281.

The Acme Hot Dog & Sausage Company

605 S. Front St., 43215, 614-460-3850.

1261 Dublin Rd., 43215, 614-481-6666.


770 Twin Rivers Dr., 43215, 614-460-3700.


3165 Olentangy River Rd., 43202, 614-263-4444.


25537 Bryden Rd., 44122, 216-364-2470.

Vincent Branding LLC

951 High St., Ste. B, 43085, 614-581-7356.

4989 Cleveland Ave., 43231, 614-891-2263.


400 N. High St., 43215, 614-827-2700.


Berwick Manor Banquet Facility

Columbus Distributing Company

The Boat House at Confluence Park

4949 Freeway Dr. E., 43229, 614-846-1000.

Pepsi Cola Bottling Company

1241 Gibbard Ave., 43219, 614-253-8771.

Superior Beverage Group

Flowers and Balloons

871 Michigan Ave., 43215, 614-294-3555.


477 S. Front St., 43215, 614-228-6525.

Wasserstrom Company

3250 Refugee Rd., 43232, 614-235-7100. 679 W. Spring St., 43215, 614-469-0000.

Cameron Mitchell Catering

7619 Huntington Park Dr., 43235, 614-848-4700.

Catering by Cox/CC Event Productions 717 E. 17th Ave, 43211, 614-297-7539.

Creative Cuisine Catering

839 Busch Ct., 43229, 614-436-4949.

DeSantis Florists, Inc.


Dave’s Dogs & More

Edible Arrangements

American Electric Power

One Riverside Plaza, 43215, 614-716-1677.

Der Dutchman Restaurant & Bakery

33 S. James Rd., 43213, 614-404-5469. 865 DeSantis Ct., 43214, 614-451-4414. 1415 Grandview Ave., 43212, 614-486-5560.

Gift Baskets Edible Arrangements

1415 Grandview Ave., 43212, 614-486-5560.

Manufacturers Clark Grave Vault Company/CTL Steel 375 E. Fifth Ave., 43201, 614-294-3761.

EVENT SERViCES Audio Visual Services Allied Sources

4327 Claymill Ct., 43026, 614-352-2487.

Audio Visual Solutions (ITA)

4873 Dierker Rd., 43220, 614-273-0916. 445 S. Jefferson Ave., Plain City, 43064, 614-425-2586. dock580, 580 N. Fourth St., 43215, 614-464-9999.

Donatos Pizza Corporation

935 Taylor Station Rd., 43230, 614-340-3333.

Dutch Kitchen

8690 u.S. Rte. 42, Plain City, 43064, 614-513-7365.

(ECDI) Economic and Community Development Institute

Mobile Phones

3033 E. 14th Ave., 43219, 614-258-2900.


852 Freeway Dr. N., 43229, 614-848-8525.

1415 Grandview Ave., 43212, 614-486-5560.

600 N. Cassady Ave., 43219, 614-252-7455.

12 W. Olentangy St., 43065, 614-805-3585.

653-D McCorkle Blvd., 43081, 614-818-2594.

Convention Communications Inc.

1144 Goodale Blvd., 43212, 614-488-7300.

AV Staging Group, Inc.

Bartha * Events Production Staging

Hughie’s Event Production Services

7034 Worthington-Galena Rd., 43085, 614-436-5273.

1655 Old Leonard Ave., 43219.

Edible Arrangements

The End Dessert Company Freshbox Catering, LLC

125 E. Broad St., 43215, 614-859-416.

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Katalina’s Cafe Corner

1105 Pennsylvania Ave., 43201, 614-294-2233.

Equipment Rental

Katzinger’s Delicatessen

475 S. Third St., 43215, 614-228-3354.

Event Source

Kingsdale Market District

8875 Whitney Dr., 43035, 614-431-3000.

O’Neil Tent Company, Inc.

3061 Kingsdale Center, 43221, 614-538-0783.

L.A. Catering

895 Walnut St., P.O. Box 88, 43110, 614-837-6352.

1699 W. Mound St., 43223, 614-358-5252.

Exhibit Design and Production

369 Stoneridge Dr., 43230, 614-414-0012.

111 W. Nationwide Blvd., 43215, 614-461-6521.

Laura’s Catering

Eagle Exhibit Services, Inc.

Lexi’s on Third

Skyline Exhibits of Central Ohio, LLC

100 E. Broad St., 43215, 614-229-5394.

Los Jalapenos Mexican Restaurant

8134 E. Broad St., 43068, 614-655-4500.

Made From Scratch, Inc.

7500 Montgomery Dr., 43064, 614-873-3344. Milo’s Catering & Banquet Services, 980 W. Broad St., 43222, 614-224-0272.

Monaco’s Catering

4555 Cleveland Ave., 43231, 614-475-4817.

OSU University Catering

2801 Charter St., 43228, 614-684-2050.

Exhibit Logistics Typhoon Logistics, Inc.

Greater Columbus Convention Center, 400 N. High St., Ste. 129, 43215, 614-223-9558.

Exhibitor Services SmartCity Networks


ARC- Columbus

1159 Dublin Rd., Ste. 300, 43215, 614-224-5149.

Accounting Plante Moran

65 E. State St., Ste. 600, 43215, 614-849-3000.

PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP

41 S. High St., Ste. 2500, 43215, 614-225-8700.

Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations Ad-Rack, Inc.,

12700 Towne Park Way, Ste. 201, Louisville, KY 40243, 502-253-5454. Browning Design, 1335 Wilber Ave., 43215, 614-421-7037.

Cement Marketing

47 Curl Dr., 43210, 614-688-3562.

Greater Columbus Convention Center, 400 N. High St., 43215, 614-827-2570.

440 Polaris Pkwy., 43082, 614-839-7263.

Exposition Management

Chandler Interactive

Sidecar Global Catering

263 E. Whittier St., 43206, 614-425-4986.

Offinger Management Co.

Clear Channel Airports

Spinelli’s Deli

746 Morrison Rd., 43230, 740-452-4541.

767 Neil Ave., 43215, 614-280-1044.

Exposition Services-Contractors

277 W. Nationwide Blvd., 43215, 614-222-3008.

4185 Janitrol Rd., 43228, 614-351-7100.

Sandman Gourmet Catering

Sunny Street Cafe

ACT, Inc.

TAT Ristorante di Famiglia

Excel Decorators, Inc.

1210 S. James Rd., 43227, 614-236-1392.


945 N. High St., 43201, 614-299-3289.

Decorators and Theme Parties Posh Event Services, Inc.

3738 Paragon Dr., 43228, 740-362-0004.

Destination Management

853 S. Columbia Rd., Ste. 151, Plainfield, IN 46168, 317-839-7355.

Posh Event Services, Inc.

3738 Paragon Dr., 43228, 740-362-0004.

Destinations by Design

34 N. High St., 43054, 614-895-1355.

5984 MacEwen Ct., 43017, 614-798-9857.

Conference Group, Inc.


1580 Fishinger Rd., 43221, 614-488-2030.

Class Acts Entertainment

118 Graceland Blvd #189, 43214, 614-547-2160.

Black Diamond Casino Events, LLC

770 Harrison Dr., 43204, 614-276-9781.

Daruma Marketing and Communications LTD.

375 N. Front St., Ste. 400, 43215, 614-573-1010.

National Expo, Inc.

Bannister & Associates, Inc.

2552 Home Acre Dr., 43231, 614-937-5005.

Clear Channel Outdoor

1500 Old Leonard Ave., 43219, 614-253-1500.

Fern Exposition and Event Services

Planners-Meetings and Events

All In Casino Events

4635 Crackersport Rd., Allentown, PA 18104, 610-395-8002.

5439 Red Bank Rd., Galena, 43021, 614-203-4361.

6329 Linworth Rd., 43085, 614-785-0605.


1278 W. First Ave., 43212, 614-940-4895.

3910 Groves Rd. Ste. A, 43232, 614-522-0056.

Destination Management & Marketing

245 Mt. Vernon Ave., Ste. 100, 43215, 614-358-1888.

2489 Summit St., Apt. A, 43205, 614-754-8228.

Event In Site, LLC

First Class Conferences

P.O. Box 1367, Mt. Pleasant, SC 29465, 843-4712357.

Garrison & Associates, Inc.

4920 Reed Rd., Ste. B, 43220, 614-273-1400.



Fahlgren Mortine

4030 Easton Station, Ste. 300, 43219, 614-846-7777.

Hinson Ltd. Public Relations

4016 Townsfair Way, Ste. 209, 43219, 614-416-7100.

National Cinemedia 614-326-1226.


956 Highland St., 43201.

Paul Werth Associates

10 N. High St, Ste. 300, 43215, 614-224-8114.

Promotions One Inc.

929 Harrison Ave., Ste. 303, 43215, 614-299-8596.

Ryan Partnership

440 Polaris Pkwy., Ste. 350, 43082, 614-436-6558.

Street Hop Advertising

P.O. Box 752, 43068, 614-467-0085.

Weirick Communications, Inc.

IM Creative

1020 Dennison Ave., Ste. 304, 43201, 614-360-3736.

7792 Olentangy River Rd., Ste. F-1, 43235, 614-848-8380.


M3S Sports


The Alliance Chorus of Central Ohio

5003 Horizons Dr., Ste. 200, 43220, 614-360-1044.

Offinger Management Co.

Moody Nolan, Inc.

746 Morrison Rd., 43230, 740-452-4541.

300 Spruce St., Ste. 300, 43215, 614-461-4664.


P.O. Box 20752, 43220, 614-799-2355.

Team DJ

4142 Bryson Cove Circle, 43016, 614-798-8794.

2660 Camden Rd., 43221.

Dwight Lenox Music

794 Crofton Circle, 43068, 614-323-7106.

Entertainment Resource Group

1215 Polaris Pkwy., Ste. 220, 43240, 614-985-1682.

The Ohio State University, Office of Continuing Education’s Conference Management

CME Federal Credit Union

5038 Bridgeport Rd., 43220, 614-457-8036.

225 Mount Hall, 1050 Carmack Rd., 43210, 614-2928860.

769 E. Long St., 43203, 614-294-5200.


21 E. State St., 43215, 614-744-7553.

Miriam Weber Brown, Harpist

2787 Serene Pl., 43231, 614-898-0900.

U.S. Protection Service

1960 N. High St., 43201, 614-291-2017.

Super Star Productions

5785 Emporium Square, 43231, 614-794-4950.

5020 Reed Rd., 43220, 614-457-6211.


4142 Bryson Cove Circle, 43016, 614-798-8794.

1159 Dublin Rd., Ste. 300, 43215, 614-224-5149.

Jazz Arts Group and the Columbus Jazz Orchestra

Team DJ

ARC Columbus

150 W. Mound St., 43206, 614-222-3355.

Fifth Third Bank-Downtown Fifth Third-OSU

Huntington National Bank

3931 Morse Rd. Crossing, 43219, 614-480-0100.

Huntington National Bank

17 S. High St., 43215, 614-480-4293.

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Huntington National Bank

662 N. High St., 43215, 614-480-0095.

TWC Pharmacy and Wellness Centers LLC

Ohio Stock Photography

Huntington National Bank

3433 Agler Rd., Ste. 1500, 43219, 614-414-0249.

Huntington National Bank

Human Resource Benefits

120 Northwoods Blvd., 43235, 614-228-3686.

150 W. Sycamore St., 43215, 614-480-0068.

Huntington National Bank

Nationwide Better Health

2854 Sherwood Rd., 43209, 614-236-4689.

South Campus Gateway, 1582 N. High St., 43201, 614-583-8277.

One Nationwide Plaza, 43215, 614-249-5755.

Information Technology

1555 W. Fifth Ave., 43212, 614-480-0020.

JPMorgan Chase Bank


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BCS Engineering

1121 Polaris Pkwy., 43240, 614-217-6284. 100 E. Broad St., 10th Fl., 43215, 614-248-9566.

KEMBA Financial Credit Union

555 Officenter Pl., 43230, 614-729-1412.

US Bank

10 W. Broad St., 12th Fl., 43215, 614-232-8017.

Building/Construction Continental Building Systems

150 E. Broad St., 43215, 614-883-1084.

5555 Wall St., 43017, 888-364-6527. 25 Grosvenor St., Athens, 45701, 740-331-4481.

Speedpro Imaging

671 S. High St., 43206, 614-445-2828.

Liberty Mutual Insurance

1020-D Taylor Station Rd., 43230, 614-861-5600.

The Motorists Insurance Group

951 High St., Ste. B, 43085, 614-581-7356.


One Nationwide Plaza 01-36-13, 43215, 614-249-0777.

Funerals Schoedinger Funeral Service

229 E. State St., 43215, 614-224-6105.

Health Care Medical Mutual of Ohio

9961 Brewster Lane, 43065, 614-932-7200.

Merion Village Dental

1250 S. High St., 43206, 614-443-4400.


180 E. Broad St., 43215, 614-544-4455.

OhioHealth Urgent Care in Partnership with NextCare–Powell/Lewis Center

Watkins Printing Company

1401 E. 17th Ave., 43211, 614-297-8270.

West-Camp Press, Inc.

39 Collegeview Rd., 43081, 614-882-2378.

Real Estate-Agents

Integra Realty Resources Columbus

The Metropreneur

New Albany Realty

65 E. Gay St., Ste. 230, 43215, 614-946-0826.

3650 Olentangy River Rd., Ste. 450, 43214, 614-255-1400.

Vincent Branding LLC


The Data House

DeCapua Enterprises DBA Dawson Resources

Capitol Citicom

7681 Whitewood Ct., 43235, 614-484-1997.

Computers Employment and Staffing

1159 Dublin Rd., Ste. 300, 43215, 614-224-5149.

Grange Insurance Companies

65 E. Gay St., Ste. 230, 43215, 614-946-0826.

303 Green Meadows Dr. S., 43081, 614-846-2566.


Outreach Promotional Solutions

471 E. Broad St., 43215, 614-225-8211.

1302 W. Mound St., 43223, 614-228-7553.



Mobile Mommies LLC (event childcare)

Scioto Services

Randall Lee Schieber Photography

2500 Corporate Exchange Dr., Ste. 310, 43231, 614-523-3070.

638 N. State St., 43082, 614-794-1206.

Commercial Cleaning

Picture America Photography

2225 Citygate Dr., Ste. A, 43219, 614-472-2679. MJW Graphics, P.O. Box 1464, 43068, 614-755-9588.

Information Control Corporation

Child Care P.O. Box 304, Blacklick, 43004, 937-520-5758.

P.O. Box 692, 43216, 614-261-0514.

Ozone Communications

1380 King Ave., 43212, 614-732-6211.

SmartCity Networks

Greater Columbus Convention Center, 400 N. High St., 43215, 614-827-2570.

Investing (One Point of Contact)

300 W. Wilson Bridge Rd., Ste. 300, 43085, 614-318-2200.

6241 Riverside Dr., 43017, 614-451-3211. 220 Market St., Ste. D, 43054, 614-939-8901.

Regina Acosta Tobin, ABR, Realtor RE/MAX Metro Plus, 502 S. Third St., 43215, 614-507-7785.

Real Estate-Developers Capitol Square Limited

34 S. Third St., 43215, 614-461-7600.


Legal Services

The UPS Store,

Crabbe, Brown & James LLP

500 S. Front St., Ste. 1200, 43215, 614-228-5511.


Ice Miller LLP, Legal Counsel

250 W. St., 43215, 614-462-2700.

American Colorscans

Squire, Sanders & Dempsey L.L.P.

5178 Sinclair Rd., 43229, 614-895-0233.

Aurora Exhibit Solutions, Inc.

41 S. High St., Ste. 1300, 43215, 614-365-2700.

Vorys, Sater, Seymour & Pease LLP P.O.Box 1008, 43216, 614-464-6400.

Columbus Sign Company

Lending Institutions

1515 E. Fifth Ave., 43219, 614-252-3133.

Union Savings Bank

P.O. Box 752, 43068, 614-467-0085.

6955 Hospital Dr., 43016, 614-923-0300.

3550 W. Dublin-Granville Rd., 43235, 614-339-1202.

OhioHealth Urgent Care in Partnership with NextCare–Grove City 2030 Stringtown Rd., 43123, 614-833-0160.

OhioHealth Urgent Care in Partnership with Nextcare–Gahanna/New Albany 5610 N. Hamilton Rd., 43230, 614-476-1112.

OhioHealth Urgent Care in Partnership with NextCare–Reynoldsburg 2014 Baltimore-Reynoldsburg Rd., 43068, 614-522-6900.

Stepping Up and Out-Wellness Adventures for Women/Urban Adventures for All 1080 Noe Bixby Rd., 43213, 614-325-6178.

Street Hop Advertising

39 Collegeview Rd., 43081, 614-882-2378.


Planes Moving & Storage

Anderson Concrete Corp.


Illuminating Technologies

Dallager Photography

Ohio Label Inc.

4343 Big Sky Ct., 43230, 614-402-3806.

h foster’s Digital Photography

2894 Dover Rd., 43209, 614-747-1235.

P.O. Box 6357, 43206, 614-582-4531. 5005 Transamerica Dr., 43228, 614-777-0180.

Telecommunications AT&T Ohio,

Lotz Studios

Time Warner Cable

12963 Center Village Rd, 43021, 614-460-9851.


P.O. Box 398, 43216, 614-443-0123.

Larry Hamill Photography

77 E. Deshler Ave., 43206, 614-444-2798.


West-Camp Press, Inc.

Moving and Storage 2000 Dividend Dr., 43228, 614-777-9090.


929 Eastwind Dr., Ste. 223, 43081, 614-523-3699.

24 Hidden Ravines Dr., 43065, 740-549-2700.

OhioHealth Urgent Care in Partnership with NextCare–Dublin


605 N. High St, 43215, 614-458-1126.

150 E. Gay St., Rm. 4A, 43215, 614-223-5652.

1015 Olentangy River Rd., 43212, 614-481-5308.

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Translation & Interpreting

c/o columbus Regional Airport Auth., 4600 international Gateway, 43219, 614-491-1401.

TransPerfect Translations, Inc.,

35 N. Fourth St., 43215, 614-824-6085. 150 E. Gay St., Rm. 4A, 43215, 614-223-5652.

Coaches and Shuttles

Limousines American Limousine Service 1251 Alum creek Dr., 43209, 614-228-5466.


America Interstate Tours

Sam & Ick’s, 6201 Lowridge Dr., 43110,

Anderson Travel Service

1637 E. Livingston Ave., 43205, 614-252-2277.

Arch Express Transportation and Tours

2845 Fisher Rd., 43204, 614-274-2500.

891 High St., 43085, 614-888-6687.


1683 Linwood Ave., 43207, 614-444-4233.


1637 E. Livingston Ave., 43205, 614-252-2277.

Buckeye Charters, LTD

8240 Expansion Way, Huber Heights, 45424, 937-432-5225.

Cardinal Transportation Ltd.

Arch Express Transportation Cardinal Transportation Ltd.

Parking The Parking Spot

1399 Stelzer Rd., 43219, 614-237-6413.

Language Services

2845 Fisher Rd., 43204, 614-274-2500.


TransPerfect Translations, Inc.

p.o. Box 248, 43073, 614-299-6101.

33 N. High St., 43222, 614-275-5800.

35 N. Fourth St., 43215, 614-824-6085.

Cavalier Tours

Central Ohio Transit Authority

Coach Quarters


2720 W. Dublin-Granville Rd., 43235, 614-738-8889.

Plant Maintenance The Plant People, Inc.

Columbus Transportation & Tours

12968 carson Rd., 43146, 614-877-2484.

2999 Switzer Ave., 43219, 614-372-0355.


Creative Coach Company/The Fun Bus 2141 commerce St., Lancaster, 43130, 740-653-4600.

First Student

Dollar Rent a Car

4600 international Gateway, 43219, 614-237-5800.

Enterprise Rent-A-Car

3720 Lacon Rd., 43026, 614-921-2411.

Thrifty Car Rental

840 Stelzer Rd., 43219, 614-237-5800.


1799 Frebis Ave., 43206, 614-445-6560.

Bolton Field Airport

3152 E. 17th Ave., 43219, 614-476-1113.

Columbus Yellow Cab

1537 Sarin St., 43240, 614-562-8844.

Tour Operators

c/o columbus Regional Airport Auth., 4600 international Gateway, 43219, 614-851-9900.

Port Columbus International Airport

Lakefront Lines, Inc.


Meeting Motion LLC

1989 camaro Ave, 43207, 614-444-4444.

Urban Express Transportation, Inc.

4600 international Gateway, 43219, 614-239-4000.

1640 E. Fifth Ave., 43219, 614-253-7000.

Meeting Motion L.L.C.

1537 Sarin St., 43240, 614-562-8844.

neighborhood merchants Juergens German Restaurant Bakery & Kaffeehaus

Dempsey’s Restaurant

525 S. Fourth Street • Columbus, OH 43206 Serving Columbus for Over 40 Years

Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner Seven Days a Week 7:00am to 11:00pm • Serving Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner in a Quaint German Atmosphere • Schnitzel Plates, Sauerbraten, Brat Plates, Savory & Sweet Strudels, Schwarzwaelder Kirsch Torte, Mandelkuchen & So Much More! • Great selection of Imported Beers and Wines • Stop in and Relax with a Specialty Pastry & Coffee!

346 S. High Street

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Stroll thru Historical German Village for hand-crafted and unique gifts for family & home. Made by Central Ohio Senior Citizens

The Golden Hobby Shop 630 S. 3rd Street Columbus, Ohio 43206 614-645-8329 Tues.-Sat. 10am - 5pm Free Parking behind shop Handmade Clothes & Accessories for American Girl Dolls available all year

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