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Take a look at the most popular Restaurant Week menus so far

Take a look at the most popular Restaurant Week menus so far

Jack McLaughlin

Restaurant Week presented by Revolution Mortgage is finally here, but if you’re reading this, chances are you already knew that. So we’ll spare you the formalities and get right into the good stuff. These are the most-viewed Restaurant Week menus so far. Let’s dig in.


No surprises here: This iconic Columbus eatery has our most-viewed menu so far, and it looks to be for good reason. Lindey’s is serving up everything from crispy confit wings and shrimp ceviche to crabcakes and a 6-ounce filet. Did we mention banana creme brulee for dessert?

High Bank Distillery Co.

High Bank recently opened its second restaurant in Gahanna, but you can grab their Restaurant Week offerings at both locations. Creole baked oysters and a crazy-indulgent focaccia are offered for starters, with buttermilk fried chicken, pork belly fried rice and more for main courses.


Watershed Kitchen & Bar

Watershed’s new Restaurant Week offerings are jam-packed with summertime flair. From fried Brussels sprouts and beef hush puppies to market fish, steak and fried green tomatoes, it’s not difficult to see why their menu has been so popular thus far.

Wolf’s Ridge

The popular downtown brewery and restaurant is coming into Restaurant Week with an expansive menu, offering Caprese salad, duck breast or braised rabbit leg, and a whole lot more. You can even grab cheesecake or a fudge bar alongside a (614) Lager for dessert.

J. Gilberts

It only feels right to go with a steakhouse to round out the list that started with another one. Salads alongside homemade chips, crab bisque and more round out J. Gilberts’ first course, with a variety of hearty steaks, salmon and ribs making up the second.

Click here to check out the rest of the restaurant week menus.

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