What is the best thing to eat in Licking County? If you could choose the one item from Licking County to put up against anything else among all 88 Ohio counties, what would it be and where do you go to eat it?
If rumors are true it is likely Donatos and their Black Brick Bar will occupy all three floors, returning live music to the business. It would also mark a sad end to a long history of one of Granville’s favorite local spots.
If you want cookies from Newark Cookie Jar you gotta send a message via FB because there is no phone number, no website. But, the cookies are good and the process is refreshing and personal.
Eating patterns have changed in America and Maamos Kitchen is a rising local star, part of a national trend of ready-to-eat freshly prepared meals from locally sourced ingredients. Heat. Serve. Smile.
I was looking for a small farm that sold grass-fed & grass-finished beef, with no secrets to hide, and even better, had a passion for the environment and our responsibility we have to take care of it. And that I did.
The first Ohio distillery to be licensed to distill moonshine by the federal government in 2013, Mill Street Distillery makes its home in Utica and prides itself on using local ingredients and being 100% American made.
This is one way to smile through the road closures and detours around Newark.
Fighting waste and feeding people is a daily task for this student operated food recovery program that saves close to 12,000 lbs of food annually and sees that it gets to people who need it.
Shame on all my local friends for not ever saying a word about this place. If you were raised here you know about Yesterday’s Pub. If not, you must be very special to be let in on the secret.
Add a friendly KJ, some tasty drinks, and a nice crowd and you have the recipe for a really fun night.
Watch IKEA poke fun at our obsession in this TV spot.
Every Friday I pick her up when I get off work and we pick up local take-out. Then we go home, veg out with a movie or our latest TV-obsession, American Horror Story: Roanoke.