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Columbus, Ohio’s capital, is a progressive city with a decidedly local spirit. One of the largest cities in America, Columbus has a lot to offer, each neighborhood jammed with historic and cultural heritage. From the Brewery District, the German Village and artsy Short North adjacent to Downtown, to the outer neighborhoods and suburbs of the city, Columbus’ diners, cafés and restaurants have a host of breakfast and brunch options for the cultural traveler.
In the Columbus suburb of Worthington, The Worthington Inn is open seven days a week with an enormous Sunday brunch that is now officially offered on Saturday mornings as well. Chefs prepare fresh bread daily, churn their own ice cream and create seasonal menus, keeping in line with their commitment to supporting sustainable farming techniques. Though the food isn’t cheap, the atmosphere is elegant and steeped in history.
The Worthington Inn, 649 High Street, Worthington, OH, US, +1 (614) 885 2600
Zanzibar Brews is a hip coffeehouse near downtown Columbus in the historic King-Lincoln District. Around the corner from the Lincoln Theater, stop in for a quick coffee before an event, though the smell of bacon and coffee are likely to bring you back for breakfast or Sunday brunch. Sundays Jazz Brunch Buffet has gourmet dishes prepared by the chef along with live jazz music for the duration of brunch. Zanzibar has a contemporary and relaxed interior, often showcasing local art, and hosts an open mic night every Thursday.
Zanzibar Brews, 740 East Long St. Columbus, OH, US, +1 (614) 758 0111