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How to share your dining experiences like a certified foodie

How to share your dining experiences like a certified foodie

614now Staff

Nothing brings out one’s inner posh food critic like a week that’s all about delicious local dining. As you bounce around town trying dishes like Cajun Fried Frog legs, Lobster Fra Diavolo, Riesling and Ice Wine Poached Pears, and Chicken Saltimbocca, it’s only natural to collect mental notes on each and every tasty morsel.

Good news: We’re excited to once again be partnered with Yelp Columbus to make it easy for you to share and review your Restaurant Week dining experiences. When you scroll to the bottom of a restaurant’s menu on EAT614.com, you’ll find a convenient link to their Yelp profile to rave about the three-course meal you enjoyed.

Remember, Restaurant Week, presented by Revolution Mortgage, is about supporting and lifting up the Columbus restaurant community, especially as they work incredibly hard to bounce back from the pandemic. In the spirit of that, here are some kind words shared by Yelpers during the past couple of (614) Restaurant Weeks. We hope you’ll be inspired to contribute, or at the very least find some inspiration for where to dine next!

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Read Keesha C.‘s review of Aab India Restaurant on Yelp
Read Jayme H.‘s review of Alqueria Farmhouse Kitchen on Yelp
Read Christiana C.‘s review of Columbus Fish Market on Yelp
Read Danielle M.‘s review of Figlio on Yelp
Read Sandy W.‘s review of GOGI Korean BBQ on Yelp
Read Bob R.‘s review of Matt and Tony’s Wood Fired Kitchen on Yelp
Read Rick G.‘s review of The Elevator Brewery and Draught Haus on Yelp
Read Rob B.‘s review of The Rail – Dublin on Yelp
Read Cheryl B.‘s review of Fukuryu Ramen on Yelp

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