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Opinion: Big Ten food fight

Opinion: Big Ten food fight

614now Staff

Minneapolis Star Tribune reporter Amelia Rayno knows good food and sports. As she travels for the Big 10, she decided to rank the cities with the best food offerings. And in her piece, “Big Ten food fight: Best culinary scenes in the conference,” Columbus dominates the bracket with its (without a doubt) brilliant food scene.

 Columbus smashes that elite lineup with a fun, varied and yes, exciting food scene. First, there’s Harvest in the German Village, which has some of the best pizza outside of New York City I’ve eaten — I love the kale Caesar with toasted hazelnuts and the goat cheese pizza with sopressata. Attached to the restaurant is Curio, an approximately 300-square-foot cocktail bar that opens in the evenings and promptly gets packed. Order a twist on a classic libation from one of the talented bartenders and a ’za from next door — they’ll bring it over. In Short North, I hang out by day at One Line, a third-wave coffee shop, and by night at Mouton, an artsy cocktail and wine joint in a highly Instagrammable setting (just check out their website). 

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