For those that actually read my random musings here on this board, I wrote about some local restaurants in the Columbus area that had more American style specialties. This time, I would like to cover some great places for Italian food within a 5 minute drive of OSU's campus. Carsonie's Stromboli and Pizzeria Kitchen, 1725 W. Lane Ave
In my attempt to adapt to the rapid moving life style of a Fisher SMF graduate student, I have personally failed already in my attempt to save more money. How does one save money? Cooking at home for most is the best start. The average meal I have cooked at home thus far costs me roughly $3.50. Eating out? Roughly $12 (after tip) and can grow exponentially if you find yourself ordering alcohol. If any good has come from my failed attempt to cook is that I have discovered two very good home-style restaurants that offer great options for breakfa
I am a big, HUGE proponent of furthering Columbus' reputation as a foodie town. So when I saw this article in the Washington Post about Columbus and our burgeoning (and I can't think of a better word for it) AGGRESSIVE food scene, I was very impressed and proud of our big town/ little city.
In another attempt to bring you ideas on how to save money, this one may not be considered as strong as my last post. I mean, we are still talking about gourmet food here -- you're going to drop at least $15 a person. But these plates will take you to some of the best restaurants in Columbus at heavily discounted prices. It was even featured on NPR WOSU, so you know it's cool. And if you make your reservations fast, you'll get to partake! They call it Restaurant Week and it begins today, Monday January 17th through the 22nd.