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Del Mar SoCal Kitchen

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$40 per diner

Tax, gratuity, and beverages not included


 

First Course (choose one)

SHRIMP BISQUE
San Diego Rock Shrimp

SEVEN VEGETABLE FRIED RICE
“Cauliflower Rice”, Soy, Black Pepper

EMERALD KALE
Brussels Sprouts, Quinoa, Pepitas, Pecans, Sweet and Sour Dressing

WINE PAIRING
Pinot Gris, WillaKenzie, Yamhill Carlton District, Oregon, 2017 ($13 Per Glass)


 

Second Course (choose one)

BRICK CHICKEN
Roasted Vegetables, Swiss Chard, Citrus Gremolata

FAROE ISLAND SALMON
Persian Cucumbers, Olives, Feta, Farro, Spiced Yogurt

BEEF TENDERLOIN 

Celery Root Puree, Roasted Tomatoes, Cauliflower, Crushed Olives

WINE PAIRING
Pinot Noir, Siduri, Willamette Valley, Oregon, 2017 ($15 Per Glass)


 

Third Course (choose one)

CHOCOLATE
Valrhona Brownie, Brown Sugar Ice Cream, Dolce De Leche Ganache, Almond Crisp

OLIVE OIL CAKE
Orange Creamsicle Whipped Cream

HAWAIIAN SHAVE ICE

Pineapple Syrup, Compressed Pineapple, Milk Cookie Crumble

WINE PAIRING 
Brut Rose, JCB by Jean Charles Boisset, “N 69”, Burgundy, France, NV ($15 Per Glass)

 


 

Del Mar SoCal Kitchen

705 N. High Street

Columbus, OH 43215

(614) 300-9500

 

Menu Hours

Monday – Thursday: 4p-10p

Friday – Saturday: 4p-12a

 

 

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Tuttle Mall getting a lot sweeter thanks to 2 newcomers

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Malls have changed a lot over the years. Remember Waldenbooks? Was KB Toys your go-to as a kid? Heck, even Sears will soon be nothing more than a memory.

While mall establishments are frequently lost to the sands of time, it’s rare that you see a former retailer return to a mall it’s already vacated once. Well brace yourselves, sweets fans, because a gooey, sugar-frosted favorite is making a comeback at Tuttle Mall.

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Of course we’re talking Cinnabon, which was last in operation at Tuttle some years ago, and is now listed as “coming soon” on the mall’s directory. But wait! As tempting as it will be to fill up on cinnamon rolls after this long absence, you’ll want to save room for this other coming attraction: it seems Duck Donuts is also setting up shop in Tuttle.

Hop on the treadmill and give your dentist a heads-up, mall lovers—sweets are back at Tuttle in a big way!

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Dive into Guy Fieri’s picks for best BBQ in nation, including one local spot

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Columbus native and mayor of Flavortown Guy Fieri has always had a soft spot for his hometown, especially its BBQ. He’s been around the country to enjoy some of the best food America has to offer for his show Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives, but it’s right here in Columbus where some of the meats are being smoked: Ray Ray’s Hog Pit.

The Food Network recently posted a list of Fieri’s top barbecue picks from DDD including James Anderson’s smokin’ hot food truck.

Guy Fieri just named us to his “Best BBQ from DDD” list. Thanks for the massive honor Guy, come back and see us anytime. http://bit.ly/DDDBestBBQ

Posted by Ray Ray's Hog Pit on Thursday, July 18, 2019

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“Chef and Owner James Anderson raises his own pigs for the succulent smoked offerings at Ray Ray’s Hog Pit, a one-of-a-kind barbecue truck in Columbus, Ohio,” reads the Food Network description. “Guy tried the super-moist Mangalitsa Brat Burger and St. Louis Spare Ribs.”

Ray Ray’s was originally featured on the “College Town Champs” episode of Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives in 2017.

Click here to view Fieri’s 59 top BBQ picks.

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Hobbies 101: Going green with plant arranging

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Welcome to a series of articles to help you find your next hobby. Hobbies give us something to be passionate about, a creative outlet, and an alternative way to be productive. So stick around. Better well-being is just a lazy afternoon away.

Go green! Literally. House plants. Office plants. Plantscaping. Plants help us connect with the nature we too often leave outside, keep us creative, and generally make us happier people. So even if you’re stuck in a cubicle all day, a plant or two can help you feel more alive. At the very least, it’ll make your surroundings look better, and might just clean the air a bit.

Founded by a graphic design, and a landscaper, Planthrophy offers workshops and events to help you build a succulent garden, a moss wall, a living wall, or another plant-related creative decor project. Imagine that inspirational wall hanging you saw, now in a vibrant, earthy green. Workshops can be scheduled as private or team-building events.

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I know what you’re thinking. Ugh. Something to take care of. But the plants are low-maintenance, or in the case of moss walls, zero maintenance—nothing to lose, and a little bit of skill and improved well-being to show for it.

The Franklin Park Conservatory also keeps a running calendar of events and classes, including DIY terrariums and other plant projects. You can even learn the mysteries of bonsai, the art of the miniature tree. Bonsai, by the way, represents a complete aesthetic. 

Face it. You spend a lot of time indoors. Make those surroundings work for you.

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