Restaurants & Dining

Restaurant review: Hyde Park group’s new seafood-focused eatery doesn’t miss the point

A seafood-centric prototype from the Hyde Park Group, Black Point replaces Sushi Rock on the Short North Cap. It’s a welcome change.
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Roundup: Five secret breakfast gems you should be checking out

Columbus is a great breakfast town. Trust me, I know it. Our culinary scene garners lots of national attention, and our breakfast and brunch keeps pace. We’ve got it all: classic diners, fancy brunches, hip cafes, ethnic eats, old school donut shops, coffee galore. I don’t know if there’s a Breakfast City counterpart to the Beer City designation, but if there is, Columbus would certainly be in the running. The great thing is that, no matter how many places you’ve discovered, there’s always more to explore. Here are a few recent favorites I’ve discovered.
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Food news: Crimson Cup Coffee released its newest cold brew coffee on nitro tap, the Hopped Holiday Nitro

Last week, Crimson Cup Coffee released its newest cold- brew coffee on nitro tap, the Hopped Holiday Nitro. The coffee is based on a Guatemalan direct trade bean that’s cold- brewed, dry-hopped with Oregon hops, and mixed with spices like cinnamon, clove, nutmeg, star anise and orange rind. Coffee specialist Brandon Bir adds lactose, a sugar typically used in milk stouts. The Holiday Hopped Nitro is on tap at Crimson Cup’s Clintonville coffee house.
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