24 locals recommend ·
Tips from locals
Great Latte's and croissants. It's a long walk, but a pretty one if the weather is nice.
Bakery items worth it in every way. You can't go wrong with this locally owned and operated shop. Finely trained pastry chefs run a tight ship here, so stop in and sample their great fare. Favorite: Canales, carmelized on the outside, delicate and light on the inside, best with a double Americano.
A classic French bakery and best dessert spot in the city. The almond croissant is a favorite!
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“The location of our first date (it was probably a bit excessive but we are a bit excessive)! Amazing little gem tucked away in German Village with a ton of character, charm and warm feelings. Make sure you order the ravioli - you won't forget it. ”
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“A true four-star dining experience for lunch or dinner. Reservations are a must, valet parking available. This is a wonderful special event restaurant ( and it is expensive - but worth it!)”
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“The laid-back German Village is known for charming brick houses built by 19th-century immigrants along Beck, Mohawk, and Deshler streets. Shops selling books, traditional fudge, and handmade jewelry mingle with art galleries, German pubs, American bistros, and artisan coffee shops. In summer, the Actors’ Theatre Columbus stages outdoor Shakespeare and other plays in Schiller Park with its fountains and flower beds.”
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