4870 Old Rathmell Court
Obetz, OH 43207
Phone: (614) 492-9000
Fax: (614) 497-3961
This restaurant is known for its authentic Italian dishes, plus serves an array of great American menu items. A great favorite among patrons are the seven course Italian dinners and a bar is on site that serves liquor, beer, wine, and an assortment of soft drinks. Catering services are available, as well as a large party room.
The oldest family owned restaurant in Columbus, this family oriented restaurant was established in 1927 and features a diverse menu that includes dishes which reflect American, Chinese, Italian, and vegetarian cuisines.
This beloved bar and grill is the ultimate hangout for the denizens and visitors of Columbus with a laid-back vibe. Formerly the Red Brick Inn, the establishment was revamped when it underwent new ownership and re-branded as the Red Brick Tap & Grill. With the same friendliness and welcoming atmosphere of days gone by, the eatery now highlights a fantastic new menu of American classics such as pizzas, burgers, salads, sandwiches, gourmet hotdogs, calzones and more. The happy hour and late night deals offer patrons pizza by the slice and cheap drinks. An outstanding selection of local and imported beer as well as the quirky comic-covered wall make this Columbus establishment one-of-a-kind.
Featuring a unique blend of Greek and American cuisine, Easy Street Cafe offers a relaxed atmosphere ideal for any gathering. The generations of tradition upon which this establishment is built is evident in every facet of the dining experience, from the family recipes displayed throughout the menu to the portraits and memorabilia that adorn the walls. Patrons may enjoy items ranging from gyros to classic cheeseburgers, from pizza to bakery-fresh baklava. A full bar complements the dining area, and the musical stylings of local pianists entertain guests throughout the weekends. With two locations, one in German Village and one in Powell, Ohio, this neighborhood cafe is both accessible and convenient for lunch with friends, a laidback dinner, or even a weekend brunch.
An iconic restaurant in Columbus, The Top Steak House serves mouth-watering charbroiled steaks, jumbo lobster tails, roasted ribs, and many more delicious signature items in a classy setting.
Located on the far edge of German Village, Plank's serves up hot pizza pies and cold drinks to a platoon of locals every day. They do a fair amount of delivery business as well, but the neighborhood atmosphere makes for a nice place to sit and stay awhile. The space is an ancient brick building that itself kind of looks like a big overgrown pizza furnace. Inside, lighting is dim and spirits are high. Be it lunch hour or happy hour, a gaggle of regulars occupy spots at the bar jawing, imbibing and chowing. Pizzas are big and hearty, just like everything on the menu.
Enjoy authentic southern and central Italian dishes. Diners can enjoy everything from fresh antipasti & salads, to veal, seafood, and chicken dishes. You will find a pleasing selection of classic Italian cuisine. The owner and executive chef is a native of southern Italy.
Family owned since 1886, this restaurant is set in the enchanting and delightfully quaint cobblestone streets of the German District and serves a full range of German dishes. They are best known for their delicious sausages and bratwurst and they are open daily for lunch and dinner. For added interest, the restaurant is reported to be haunted by the ghost of original owner, J. Fred Schmidt.
The true German Village experience is nothing without a meal at Schmidt's. Located at the intersection of one tiny cobblestone alleyway and another, this is neighborhood dining at its most charming. Inside, neighbors are laughing and imbibing, to the sounds of clinking steins and an upbeat oompah band. For dinner, you can't go wrong with a sausage platter -- a big, piping-hot link surrounded by kraut and potatoes and apple sauce. To drink, choose from a wide variety of authentic German imports as well as a couple of locally produced German-style lagers. See website for menu, gift shop items and more.
Enjoy a tried-and-true menu of casual American cuisine while dining at this local popular restaurant that is open daily for lunch and dinner. They also serve breakfast on Saturdays and Sundays.
The Old Mohawk is a German Village staple. It sits on an unassuming corner, cobblestone streets out front, itself looking very unassuming. Inside, there's history. The place has been here for decades, keeping locals' thirsts quenched and hungers satisfied. The menu is heavy on sandwiches and soups and other hearty things, and there's a different daily special each day, each one more comforting than the last. The bar is beloved by many a working stiff for its strong drinks and warm atmosphere. See website for menus and more.
With eight locations in Columbus, as well as locations in neighboring towns and states, this well known restaurant serves fantastic burgers and classic American fare daily for lunch and dinner.