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Restaurant RIP: Marzetti’s Restaurant

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Like the cheesesteak to Philly or the deep-dish pizza of Chicago, Columbus has its own signature dish: Johnny Marzetti. While the dish’s origins are tangled up in myth stretching back generations, it’s safe to assume that this noodly, meaty casserole first appeared at the eatery bearing its name: Marzetti’s Restaurant.

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In 1896, Teresa Marzetti arrived in Columbus from Florence, Italy and opened a small restaurant. Though the final iteration of this iconic Italian restaurant closed in 1972, the brand lives on through Teresa’s other big claim to fame: Marzetti’s salad dressing, which is available in stores nationwide.

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April 2020

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Well, this wasn't the issue we had originally planned. Life for all of us took a sudden detour in mid-March and here we are - telling the stories of restaurants trying to survive, and tips on making it through our at-home-exile. There is the serious too. Read what our readers thought (back on March 23) about the government response to the COVID-19 pandemic and read a profile on the woman who is inspiring legions of fans - Dr. Amy Acton.

We hope you enjoy this issue and with your support of us and the many businesses advertising in our pages, we will see you again next month :)

https://issuu.com/614media/docs/614april2020

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Stock & Barrel: Spring 2020

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When we went to press with the Spring issue may weeks ago, we were excited to share the stories of some of the great family restaurants in Columbus. Though we are now living in a different world, you can still read some uplifting stories and find new, deserving local businesses to support in these trying times. Your community thanks you!

In this issue:

  • No alcohol, no problems: rise of zero-proof cocktails
  • Nick Manos of Brewdog creating new line of nanobrews
  • Sarah's Beer Cheese soup recipe
  • Dumplings done right
  • The Beeline pays homage to OH's railways
  • The purely Columbus-based sandwich
  • Family Ties: multi-generational establishments
  • Plant-based soul food at this new pop-up
  • Brew Hop: three breweries, one night

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High Street in the Short North circa 1912

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To the left, the Railroad YMCA at 563 N. High St., with the Columbus Savings Bank at 561 N. High St. To the right, Troy Laundering at 548 N. High St. and the Unique Theatre at 558 N. High.

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