Yearly OpenTable releases its checklist of probably the most romantic eating places in America, and this 12 months, 5 Ohio eating places made the checklist.
The restaurant reservation service compiles a listing yearly of the nation’s most romantic eating places. This 12 months’s checklist is predicated on 13 million buyer critiques from throughout the U.S.
Whether or not for a primary date, anniversary, proposal or Galentine’s Day celebration, the next eating places have been named probably the most romantic spots in Ohio, in keeping with OpenTable:
The only real Columbus restaurant to make the checklist, Lindey’s, at 169 E. Beck St. in German Village, has been a fixture within the neighborhood for over 40 years. One of many longest-serving fine-dining institutions in Columbus, the restaurant is ready in a historic construction inbuilt 1884.
Based in 1981 by the late Sue Doody, the restaurant is thought for its picturesque patio and its elegant surf ‘n’ turf menu, together with common dishes like tournedos of beef, angel hair pasta with shrimp in a spicy tomato sauce, spicy crispy hen sandwich, chopped salad, steak frites, tuna tartare and crab desserts.
The restaurant is a frequent Better of Columbus Weddings winner.
Hours for the restaurant are Sunday by way of Thursday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.