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Dining Destinations to Pair with COSI, the Zoo, and the Wexner Center

This post is written by Nick Dekker, blogger at Breakfast with Nick and author of a book all about breakfast in Columbus. You can follow him on Twitter @BreakfastwNick. Whenever you’re planning an outing to one of the city’s landmarks, it’s great to make a full day of the experience. Here are some spots to [...]

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Food Network Picks Los Guachos as #3 Tacos in America

We were delighted last week to see that the Food Network’s new show, Top 5, selected Columbus’ own Los Guachos Taqueria as the purveyor of one of the five best tacos in America! We’ve loved this spot for a long time, and we’re excited that these delicious tacos al pastor got the praise they deserve. [...]

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The Best of Summer with Kids in Columbus

In no particular order: Feeding Romaine lettuce to an eager giraffe (and its 18-inch-long purple tongue) at the Columbus Zoo Strolling up to the window at the tiny Jeni’s Ice Creams shop in German Village, ordering extra sprinkles and holding a sticky hand while exploring Schiller Park Floating in the lazy river at Zoombezi Bay, [...]

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4 Ways to Explore Columbus’ Neighborhoods

Wherever you stay near downtown, you’re only a short walk or ride from a vibrant neighborhood to explore. The proximity of these places makes getting up and wandering a perfectly good option for seeing the city, but if you want a little more information or want to work toward a goal, we’ve got a bunch [...]

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Breakfast in Columbus – Columbus Food Scene Video

This post is written by Nick Dekker, blogger at Breakfast with Nick and author of a book all about breakfast in Columbus. You can follow him on Twitter @BreakfastwNick. Columbus is a premiere breakfasting city. In general, we’re an excellent food city, as anyone who has visited our restaurants, markets, coffee shops, breweries, food trucks, [...]

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6 Thai Restaurants to Explore

This post is written by Nick Dekker, blogger at Breakfast with Nick and author of a book all about breakfast in Columbus. You can follow him on Twitter @BreakfastwNick. Columbus doesn’t lack for ethnic eats of any kind. Ethiopian, Japanese, Somali, Korean, Mexican, Nigerian – they’re all represented. Let’s focus on exploring Thai food, shall [...]

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What’s New With Columbus Coffee

By now, you should have heard about the innovative Columbus coffee scene. If not, go complete the Columbus Coffee Experience right now – we’ll wait. OK. Because Columbus is a city that’s constantly growing, changing and getting ever cooler, we want to share a few more recent coffee trends that you’ll love. Bottled Cold Brew [...]

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Treat Your Family to a Roar and Explore Getaway!

Looking to get in one more fun summer family getaway? We’ve made it really easy – and affordable! Take your family to see the hottest Columbus attractions this summer for one affordable price. The Roar & Explore Adventure Package includes four tickets to three different attractions and a two-night hotel stay, starting at $407! Stay [...]

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How to Plan the Perfect Bachelorette Party in Columbus

This post is written by Maggie Mecklenborg, membership services coordinator for Experience Columbus. You can follow her on Twitter @MaggieMeck. I can hear the bells. It’s wedding season everyone! And you know what that means, bachelorette parties galore! Here are some Columbus-inspired bachelorette party game plans that will please everyone in the group and most [...]