Established in 1876, this historic public market offers an exciting and colorful alternative to supermarket shopping and ... More
Established in 1876, this historic public market offers an exciting and colorful alternative to supermarket shopping and features many shops and stalls offering fresh produce, the finest in fresh and prepared foods, flowers, unique gifts, and ethnic cuisine. A Saturday outdoor Farmer's Market is held here.
This is the 3rd time I have visited Columbus, and I highly recommend a trip to the North Market for anyone visiting for the first time. My husband doesn't like to shop, but he loved this place. The variety and quality of ethnic foods is impressive, and chocolate lovers MUST check out Pure Imagination Chocolatier. This place is great for grabbing delicious and possibly unusual take-out food (not to mention imported beers and wines) to bring back to your hotel room if you've been running all day and don't feel like going to a restaurant.
This place is one of the most colorful places in Columbus to go. It's right in the heart of the city but set back far enough that you don't feel as if you stuck in the middle of downtown traffic. Everything you eat is delicious, as if each chef treats every meal as if it were an artwork. And the array of deserts are delectable. I reccomend not going during the weekday lunch hour, but even then, the crowds aren't that bad. And it's well worth it.
Courtyard Columbus Airport is situated approximately two miles west of Port Columbus International Airport and seven miles east of Columbus.
This location is also three miles from Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, four miles from German Village, six ...
Just minutes to Downtown Columbus and the Arena District, the German Village Inn, a Magnuson Hotel affiliate, is centrally located
to numerous attractions including the German Village Society, Franklin Park Conservatory, Schakolad Chocolate Factory, golfing, shopping, and many dining ...