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Movers and Shakers: Yabo’s Tacos

Editor’s note: This interview has been edited for content and space. The first thing you might notice at a Yabo’s Tacos is the music (rock ’n’ roll), and then the TVs (large and everywhere). This is, in other words, not your average taqueria. It’s a sports bar, minus the fried food, a taqueria draped with […]

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movers and shakers: red oak pub

Editor’s note: This interview has been edited for content and space. Even three years ago in Central Ohio, it was somewhat of an anomaly for a bar to have 20 beer taps. This was certainly the case in Newark when Red Oak Pub opened in 2012. There were doubters, for sure, owner Mike Sarap said. […]

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movers and shakers: three-legged mare

Three-Legged Mare, you may have noticed, is no longer an Irish pub — at least not fully. Yeah, you can still get bangers and mash, corned beef and a proper room-temperature Guinness, but the Arena District watering hole has evolved beyond its original premise since opening four years ago. “People think if you are an […]

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Movers and Shakers: Zamarelli’s Pizza Palace

Columbus’ Best Pizza offers a fresh take on old-world charm. Zamarelli’s Pizza Palace is a family-owned-and-operated restaurant and catering business located in Grove City, Ohio. In 1957, Zamarelli’s namesake, Andy Zamarelli, owned Mama Lucia’s in Hilliard, Ohio. In 1963, Mr. Zamarelli went on to co-own a second location in his Grove City neighborhood. Mr. Zamarelli […]

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RDP Introduces: Lavazza Coffee

Find unique flavors and exclusive offerings at your restaurant food supplier Legacy. Innovation. Heritage. It’s rare when a company comes along whose values so clearly mirror your own. Enter: Lavazza. This celebrated Italian coffee innovator has been brewing for more than 100 years, combining a rich heritage with a pioneering spirit. This partnership makes RDP […]

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movers and shakers: mikey’s late night slice

Columbus’ only late night pizza serves up slices with a wink. With beginnings in a self-described “shack,” Mikey Sorboro’s namesake opened its doors in July of 2009 and never looked back. This first incarnation sits conveniently tucked in the lot below his Short North apartment. It quickly sprung into six more locations from Clintonville to Grandview […]

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