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Restaurants in Canal Winchester
5 based on 58 reviews
I have visited Slate Run living historical farm many times, in several different seasons. Every time I visit I learned something new about life on a working 19th century farm. The docents stay in character and readily and knowledgeably explain the work they perform on the farm and how life was lived in the 1800's. Great place for all ages.
5 based on 40 reviews
This museum was very interesting. Even if you aren’t into history, like me. Lol. I was actually quite surprised and very intrigued by the mass quantities of items that have been collected over time by Mr. Motts. Great place for homeschoolers and field trips for schools.
4.5 based on 63 reviews
The focus of this museum is primarily historical AMA racers and personalities. The hardware (bikes) are prominently featured usually in connection with featured historical racers. The bikes are of historical significance as the very bikes used by the feature rider in a notable season of racing, as a first or last of its type in a particular racing category, or in its role in a particular racer's notable achievement. The displays are less about the bike's mechanical details and their evolution but you can get close enough to the bikes to appreciate their design and construction. The display placards give typically a paragraph about the racer and one about the bike, which was enough to inform and appreciate without becoming boring. My only criticism is that often large photo portraits of the historical racers were not located adjacent to the bikes associated with them, which could be confusing. As a car guy, engineer, and racing enthusiast, I learned a lot and was able to appreciate what was presented without specifically being a motorcycle enthusiast. My college-age son who is studying engineering and has a vague interest in motorcycles also found it interesting. Admission is a reasonable $10 per person for non-AMA members.
4.5 based on 30 reviews
This park is so close to us. It has a great walking/biking trail that comments with the longer trail in Pickerington. There are several good grassy areas with tables and covered eating areas. Its very user friendly and the park staff is always quick to answer any questions. I love going to the wildlife watching building in the back of the park-- I'm always amazed at the number of birds and small wildlife at the feeders!
4.5 based on 28 reviews
This park is relatively small and has some viewing decks for bird watchers and a small walking path that goes in a circle ... Could be almost a mile trail around and open field. Little to no shading or trees along the walking path.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
This is one of the few parks around that have a wheelchair accessible fishing dock. This is a huge help to our family. the paths to the dock are paved, so it makes for an easy bumpless ride. The park rangers are all very friendly as well as well informed. Our kids enjoy learning something new from the rangers each time we come for a visit.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
This metropark has several trails of varying lengths that are good for walking, jogging or biking. Some of the trails go through the trees while others go around ponds. The area is rather secluded so I wouldn't go alone.
4 based on 42 reviews
If you want to eat winery-quality food at diner level prices, this is it. The place is very nice, the food is delicious, my server Marissa was fantastic - very attentive and friendly.
The location has a winery and distillery on site, Damian is the owner/master brewer.
This restaurant has potential. The thing about 'potential' is, it's everything it could be, but it's not. The establishment seems to want to cater to everybody at every price point, rather than own the higher-end market it easily can. Delicious food, really good drinks, fantastic location (patio overlooks a lake), and friendly staff. I fully expected $25 plates and $8.00 drinks (food was 15, drinks were 6).
My suggestion/recommendation: OWN the higher end market share you easily can. Lose the take out menus; make the inside tables more cozy/private; ditch the metal tables outside. You have a master brewer (a really good one at that!), get a master chef. Use table cloths, cloth napkins, raise prices to the $25/plate level, and reach for higher $$ clientele. Until then, this is a place to have a $120 dinner for two for $60.
5 based on 5 reviews
My husband and I went for a euchre tournament supporting the Pickerington food pantry and it was so much fun! We met some great people and had a fun night out supporting a good cause. My husband really liked the antidote beer, it really did taste the coffee. We got the hot dogs and chips, the kettle chips are super spicy so be prepared! The hot dogs have pimento cheese which is spicy too, just to be aware. My husband enjoyed our meals, but they were a little too spicy for me. I also saw people ordering Romeos pizza and eating it there, what a great thing to have next door!
4.5 based on 10 reviews
We recently toured the spanking-new Brewdog Brewery near Columbus, Ohio. Reservations for the tour can be made easily online, with payment at the time of the tour. The brewery is state-of-the-art and quite impressive, although still working out some bugs. The tour is good, but could be improved. It would be nice if they operated the tours when the brewery is functioning as it would be far more impressive to see the canning line in operation. Would also be good to show visitors the fermentation tanks and the cold storage units. Price of the tour ($15) is a little steep in comparison with other brewery tours, but you get some free tastes and a free pint of your favorite at the end of the tour. Nice tasting room and adjacent restaurant. This will be an up-and-coming line of beers in America. Nice to see the brewery as it first starts operations.
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