For a full range of what Columbus has to offer, including events, attractions, and dining, please visit http://www.experiencecolumbus.com/
Latin American/Spanish Restaurants
1. El Arepazo Latin Grill - 3 fantastic locations throughout Columbus; Venezuelan.
2. Nada - Mexican/Latin American
3. Barcelona - Authentic Spanish cuisine.
4. El Vaquero - Authentic Mexican cuisine
5. Si Señor – Peruvian sandwiches and empanadas
6. Andes Bar and Grill – Authentic South American cuisine, especially Bolivian
Restaurants Around OSU Campus
1. Adriatico’s – New York Style pizza
3. Ethyl & Tank – Southwestern food and craft beers
4. Buckeye Donuts – Open 24/7
5. Many fast-food restaurants that are great for lunch are located along High Street including Noodles & Company, Panda Express, McDonald’s, and Chipotle Mexican Grill
Sight-Seeing/Things to Do
59 Spruce Street (Downtown)
The North Market is a one-stop destination for restaurants, coffee, tea, and shopping. Home to restaurants such as Hot Chicken Takeover (fried chicken), Momo Ghar (Nepalese), and Jeni’s ice cream, the North Market is a great place to experience what downtown Columbus has to offer!
3901 North High Street (Clintonville)
Home to over 12,000 roses, the Park of Roses is a thirteen-acre park in the Clintonville neighborhood. The park is open from dawn to dusk every day. October is the perfect time to see the herb garden and beautiful fall colors on the trees throughout the park.
Known for being one of the ten best costume parties in the country, this two-night Halloween event takes over the Short North in downtown Columbus and includes live performances, a street party, and a costume contest. Watch out for the increased traffic on East Goodale and High Street from Goodale to Nationwide (downtown).
Located in downtown Columbus, the Scioto Mile offers trails along the Scioto River. The Bicentennial Park is home to the Milestone 229 restaurant where you can watch the fountains in the park while enjoying a cocktail and dinner.
480 E. Broad Street
Free on Sundays, the Columbus Museum of Art offers a wide variety of exhibitions “built by the community for the community.”