The Gahanna Grill in Columbus hasn't changed location since it opened in 1939 and it was around during the time of horse drawn wagons. This has all the small town charm and everyone knows everyone. You'll find sports jerseys (autographed) … [Read more...]
Old Columbus Ohio Restaurants
There are still several old Columbus Ohio restaurants that originated prior to the 1950’s in operation today. The fun part of visiting some of these fine places is that you’ll think you’re in a time-warp.
Some of these fine eateries are tucked away in places that are hard to find. Of course, most of the locals know where they are, but for those of you that don’t, let’s get started and find these places.
Reviews of Old Columbus Ohio Restaurants
Schmidt's Sausage Haus in German Village, Columbus, Ohio has been around since the late 1800's and is Still Serving the Best Brats! Originally this was a sausage maker that started in 1886, but the restaurant wasn't developed until a few … [Read more...]
The Ringside Cafe in Columbus is the oldest sports bar in Columbus, Ohio. Dating back to 1897 it has quite a history. Back in the day it was said to be a speakeasy. Hard to find, it's wedged into the corners of Pearl Street and Lynn Alley. … [Read more...]
TAT Ristorante in Columbus opened in 1929 by the Corrova family. They made the first pizza in Columbus, Ohio on Goodale Street in 1934 which had tomato sauce and a little pepperoni and cheese on a thick crust. In 1950 they moved to East … [Read more...]
The Florentine Restaurant Columbus Ohio... one of the classics in Columbus with great food and great prices! Walking through the doors of this fantastic restaurant is like taking a slight step back in time. It's a great family restaurant … [Read more...]