Archive for August, 2012

August 31, 2012, No comments

North Market’s Microbrew Festival returns for another year of closing out the summer right–with cold beer and good company. Participating breweries this year include many long-time local favorites: Barley’s Brewing Company […]

Drunk Brunch: Sage American Bistro [NOW CLOSED]

August 30, 2012, 5 Comments

My husband and I tried to try Sage for drunk brunch last Saturday, because I don’t know how to read hours of operation on websites (they donR ...

Event Review: Columbus Summer Beerfest

August 28, 2012, 3 Comments

One final Saturday until our beloved Buckeyes take the field and monopolize everyone in Columbus’s Saturday plans until Thanksgiving. We have one la ...

Drunk Brunch: Lindey’s

August 24, 2012, 1 Comment

The classic German Village neighborhood restaurant Lindey’s offers the perfect setting for the elusive outdoor drunk brunch – with shady t ...

  • Columbus Wine Collective
    August 23, 2012, 3 Comments

    The Columbus Wine Collective was recently formed by six local wine shops: Meza Wine Shop in Westerville, House Wine in Worthington, Tutto Vino in Dublin, Twisted Vine in Grandview, Wine […]

  • Watershed releasing Bourbon Barrel Gin
    August 21, 2012, 2 Comments

    Prepare to drool: Watershed Distillery is releasing a small batch of their Four Peel gin that has been aging in bourbon barrels. The inspiration came from a microdistillery/winery in Oregon […]

  • Dancing Tree Distillery
    August 17, 2012, 3 Comments

    Kelly Sauber seems to know the name of every farmer from whom he sources ingredients, as well as the distance, in miles, of their farm from his own, which is […]

  • Olde Towne Tavern Local Tap Takeover
    August 15, 2012, No comments

    “Local” is the word this week as Local Matters’ Local Foods Week is in full effect. To celebrate, The Tavern in Olde Towne East is featuring a local tap takeover: […]

  • Drunk Brunch: Knead [NOW CLOSED]
    August 13, 2012, 3 Comments

    You need to get to Knead. Knead is located on High Street between Spruce St and Swan St, just around the corner from the North Market. In contrast to many […]