Quick, what’s the largest city in Ohio? No, it’s not Cleveland nor Cincinnati but rather under-the-radar Columbus. With a population fast approaching 900,000, Ohio’s capital has more residents than Cleveland and Cincinnati combined; it even surpasses San Francisco. Columbus is, in fact, the fourteenth largest city in the country. Its surprising and thriving diversity supports an exploding global food scene you wouldn’t expect in a Midwestern town. You can literally eat your way around the world. Or, you can drink your way around town following the Columbus coffee and ale trails.