#DowntownDish & Deals Offer Ways to Support Local

The sun is shining, and people are looking to get out to eat once again. Luckily, our downtown hot spots are ready to welcome you back. 

If you don’t already, be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram so you can keep an eye out for our #DowntownDish and #DowntownDeal offers. These specials add extra enticement to support shopping and eating local.

Some current special #DowntownDeals include a staycation at Home2 Suites, a 10% discount from State & Third Boutique, a discount at the Printed Image, and Aligner from James B. Ford DDS.

As for some new (and old favorite) spots to check out:

  • Freedom a la Cart celebrated the grand opening of its cafe and bakery on April. 5. Located at 123 E. Spring St., the nonprofit organization that works with survivors of human trafficking operates its cafe on the first floor and a survivor resource center on the second floor. Freedoms a la Cart offers catering, in addition to the cafe and bakery. You can check out the menu here. The cafe is open 7 a.m. - 3 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. on Saturday.
  • Lola’s Kitchen + Bar at 201 S. High St. recently opened. The menu offers small plates, large plates, pizza, and salad. Stop by to check out the short rib tacos, pasta pomodoro, margherita pizza, or watermelon and arugula salad.
  • Genjigo opens April 20 at 77 E. Gay St. You’ll definitely want to stop by for some hibachi bowl goodness. 
  • Got a hankering for burritos or coneys? Then check out Talita’s Burritos and Coneys at 30 S. Young St. As you may have guessed, the menu offers burritos and coneys, plus yummy sides like fries or chips and queso or guacamole. 
  • Milo’s at the Ohio Statehouse has reopened with operating a limited service, including grab & go deli items, salads, and some hot specials.
  • Hills Market’s hot and cold bars are open once again.

For a complete listing of restaurants and retail spots downtown, visit downtownservices.org