A drinking institution of the Arena District has shuttered after eight years of business. The Three Legged Mare at 401 N. Front St. is now closed per a sign posted on the door and a Facebook post.
“After close to a decade serving the Arena District the ownership group felt that their focus should be on the ever expanding R Bar Arena,” wrote Three Legged Mare on Facebook. “We appreciate the great support over the years and have made some great friends.”
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The post goes on to encourage customers to pay a visit to R Bar at 415 N. Front St. to swap Three Legged Mare stories and “see a few familiar faces.” Three Legged Mare and R Bar are owned by the same restaurant group.
Making cocktails at home is hard—that’s a statement we won’t get much debate from with the drinkers at home. Maybe it’s the magic the bartenders in this city wield that make our drinks so damn delicious, or maybe it’s just our lack thereof. But sometimes all you need is a few tricks of the trade to become a master of your own home bar, and that’s where High Bank Distillery comes in.
Fresh from the still comes High Bank’s newest bottle release: Professor Rum. Stock & Barrel stopped by the facility, kitchen, and bar to see how we could concoct our very own cocktails at home with the rum. Here are three options for you to try. Or of course, just simply stroll down to HBD and have one of their cocktail wizards whip you up a delicious elixir.
1.5 oz. Vanilla Infused Professor Rum
.75 oz. Demerara Simple Syrup 1 oz. Half and Half 2 oz. Fresh Orange Juice
Instructions: Combine ingredients in a shaker and shake well. Garnish with orange zest and mint sprig.
1.5 oz. Professor Rum .5 oz. Laphroaig .25 oz. Simple Syrup 2 Dashes Angostura Bitters
2 Dashes Cardamom Bitters
Instructions: Combine ingredients in a mixing glass. Stir. Pour over a big ice cube and garnish with lemon peel.
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2 oz. Chinese spiced rum .25 oz. lime juice .25 oz simple syrup Goslings Ginger Beer to Float
Instructions: Combine rum, lime, and
simple syrup in a shaker and shake. Pour
over ice in a copper mug and top with
ginger beer. Garnish with a lime wheel.
On the 18th of September, some great folks—the powers at be only know who—determined this would be the day humankind celebrates the juicy, succulent, greasy creation we've come to know and love as the cheeseburger.
And on October 7 through 12, your good friends here at (614) decided those would be the days we'd celebrate burgers and beer here in Columbus!
Burger + Beer Week, presented by (614) Magazine and Ohio Beef Council, is your chance to enjoy $6 burgers and local beer specials at 75+ of Columbus’ top restaurants:
But, perhaps the best part of Burger + Beer Week is the opportunity to give back. Now through October 12, you can enter to receive dinner for four people at six Burger & Beer Week restaurants plus a craft beer gift package, with each unique entry equally a $0.25 donation to the Columbus Diaper Coalition!