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The Kitchen

This cool space in German Village on the corner of Livingston and 5th St is home to The Kitchen. Known for it’s interactive dining where you yourself cook and enjoy your meal with others, it’s a perfect way to spend a night as a couple or with friends. 80 more words

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Oktoberfest

As I mentioned in my last post, I went away two weekends ago to Namhae Island. I went expecting to be camping on some sort of dirt or grass near a beach (that’s what the description for the trip said). 296 more words

Katzinger's Delicatessen

If you’re looking for a classic Jewish deli, Katzinger’s Delicatessen is the spot for you. It is wonderful. Tucked on the edge of the historic German Village, there’s no better place to grab a quick sandwich for lunch. 81 more words

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Vacationing in Namhae, South Korea

This past Friday was a red day on the calendar, so that meant I had a lovely three day weekend! My friends and I decided to make the best of our time and go on a trip with a travel company called When in Korea (WiNK) for their Oktoberfest in Namhae trip. 942 more words

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Sore and Refreshed, All at the Same Time

I should have posted yesterday, since the two index fingers I use to type were the only parts of my body that weren’t sore when I tumbled into my place last night.   974 more words

Happy Hour at El Arepazo

{by alexis}–There’s no shortage of great places in German Village to celebrate the happiest of hours, but I’m always more than thrilled to try the new one. 636 more words

Brunching at Lindey's

{by alexis}–The best part about hosting out-of-towners is that I get to play tour guide, and usher them to see (and eat!) the best Columbus has to offer. 590 more words