Food & Wine named Columbus among the best food cities in America, so you're sure to find delicious dishes wherever you go. For those of you who choose food for more than just the taste, Columbus has you covered as well with a number of spots that are sure to pop on your feed. Check out our favorite camera-friendly foods below!
BOTTOMS UP COFFEE
Have you ever seen anything like this? The Rainy Day Coffee involves steam from a hot cup of coffee melting fluffy cotton candy perched above it for a uniquely sweet pick-me-up.
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Delectable scratch-made biscuits and delicious fried chicken served up for breakfast and lunch in the Short North.
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Known for its puffles (spherical egg-based waffles popular in Hong Kong and Macau), the only thing more Instagram-worthy than this concoction is the neon sign on the shop wall.
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These made-to-order donut creations allow you to build whatever type of breakfast treat your heart desires.
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With locations all across the city (including a stall in the North Market Downtown), this place has it all: made-from scratch fried chicken and sides, an incredible social enterprise providing jobs to those with barriers to employment and meals that will shine on your Instagram feed.
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Nutella-filled pancake balls. Need we say more? No. But we will. This cafe offers five-star diner food with a Latin twist sure to fill up your tummy and your camera reel.
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Not only do these bagel sammies come camera-ready, but Food & Wine Magazine recently named them among the best [tasting] bagels in America!
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Standard's eye-popping weekend Bloody Mary bar allows you to build the brunch drink of your dreams.
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This new spot in Italian Village has ice cream sandwiches like you've never before seen.
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The Thurmanator is one of the most famous food items in Columbus. Originally created for participants of the Arnold Sports Festival, the burger gained acclaim after being featured on Travel Channel's Man v. Food. This German Village hot spot does not take reservations, so be sure to leave plenty of time for your visit!
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