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  • Mehmet on 2015-Dec-20 23:34:04 Mehmet said

    Sadly, the exceptional Hometown Oriental Deli and Carry-out on Bethel has ceslod down. The space, as far as I can tell, is transitioning to new owners, who are remodeling the interior, and the Hometown sign was yanked on Sunday. I have to say that I'm really going to miss Hometown and its' owners they were modest to a fault and and had many consistently stellar dishes that I've never encountered elsewhere. Here's hoping that the new proprietors offer something equally special
  • Phong on 2015-Dec-21 04:55:50 Phong said

    Well, one thing that's pretty <a href="">unuqie</a> to Columbus in the context of the midwest is the many great taco trucks. If you want to go it on your own, here's . You could also Jeni's is a must, as is the North Market and Short North area. You can explore on your own, or again German Village also has its fair share of restaurant institutions. I'd recommend G. Michaels and Skillet.Finally, .
  • Florent on 2015-Dec-22 16:06:09 Florent said

    and Morse in the Patio shops relocated from the east side. They have a wide solitcen of good fried fish and homey sides. Ribs are mediocre, in my opinion. Does anyone know if Costello's (Cleveland Ave south of 270) is still open? If it is, you have to go and try the mofango (sp?)I look forward to trying the suggestions here that I haven't already. [url=]lmiujwqpkq[/url] [link=]phjajudrml[/link]
  • Solmar on 2015-Dec-22 23:07:29 Solmar said

    We have Blue Nile on our go-to list, but have been putting it on the back <a href="">bunrer</a> in favor of lesser-known restaurants for the time being. We have posted on, and have a post on Selam in the works. Abyssinia Cafe is another one on the list. Do you know of any other Ethiopian restaurants?
  • Mark on 2016-May-12 09:24:55 Mark said


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