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Take a look at the most-viewed Restaurant Week menus

Take a look at the most-viewed Restaurant Week menus

Jack McLaughlin

The holidays are over. New Year’s Eve is long gone as well. But it’s still one of the most wonderful times of the year.

That’s because Restaurant Week presented by Revolution Mortgage is almost upon us, Columbus. The event will take place Jan. 24-29, and while it features over 150 of the city’s best eateries, we’ve compiled a list of the top trending menus–which we released last week– so far. You can visit to view menus and enter our giveaway with awesome prizes.

Just make sure not to read this while you’re hungry.


This longstanding German Village steakhouse is a Columbus icon for good reason, and now they’re taking over Restaurant Week as well. For $40 per person, diners can expect everything from lobster bisque and confit duck wings for starters, to a six-ounce filet or grilled salmon entree. Make sure to save room for key lime pie and orange dream cake for dessert.

Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse

Another steakhouse is also popping up as one of the most popular menus thus far. For $40 a plate, Ruth’s Chris diners can grab a seasonal soup or salad, choose from several different steaks and even stuffed chicken, and add either creamed spinach, garlic mashed potatoes, or a mini-berry cheesecake as a third course.

Wolf’s Ridge

From great beer to great food, Wolf’s Ridge does it all. And their Restaurant Week menus reflect this. For $40 per person, patrons can grab squash soup or roasted carrots to start off their meal, pork chops or duck breast as a main course, and lemon meringue pie or fudge bars for dessert. 

Columbus Fish Market

For a nice change of pace, check out Columbus Fish Market. For $35 a plate, guests can grab New England clam chowder or a New Orleans gumbo for starters, ginger salmon, pecan-crusted trout or chicken parmesan as a main course, and vanilla bean crème brûlée, cheesecake or key lime pie for dessert.

High Bank Distillery

High Bank Distillery not only offers top-tier spirits, their kitchen makes the spot a destination restaurant as well. For $25 a plate, diners can grab a starter like animal fries, nachos or a garden salad, its Barrelproof Burger, Coney dog or spicy chicken sandwich as a main course, and banana pudding or Fruity Pebble treats for dessert.

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