5 restaurants to try this month: April 2023

Want to support local restaurants? Curious about new openings or unknown finds? Here are five restaurants I suggest you try this month!

1. Weenie Wonder

Brought to you by the same team behind PINS and 16-Bit, Weenie Wonder just opened its second location, this one in Easton. The retro hot dog joint features classic and creative hot dogs, tater tots, fries, mac and cheese and shakes. Both locations are attached to the galleries, so you can start with a fun dinner and then migrate to go bowling or enjoy games and drinks.

Weenie Wonder
4117 Worth St.
Columbus, OH 4321
Learn more: Weenie Wonder brings hotdogs, hotdogs, jojos, and milkshakes to Easton

2. Myungrang Hotdog

Apparently I’m on a hot dog kick for April! Maybe it’s just me anticipating warmer weather. Myungrang debuted nearly a year ago, bringing the Korean-style hot dog trend to Columbus. They take hot dogs, sausages or cheese, then batter them, fry them and serve them on a stick. They are coated in things like diced potato or sugar and served with a choice of sauces.

Myungrang Hotdog
850 N. High St.
Columbus, OH 43215

Learn more: myungrangamerica.com

3. Columbus Brewing Company

CBC’s new Beer Hall is a beautiful renovation of one of the historic Trolley District buildings, right next to Eastern Market. Tile floors, brick walls, large bars and patios are the perfect backdrop to enjoy 24 CBC beers on tap, cocktails and a menu that includes everything from Belgian fries and poutine to wings, salads, pizzas, sandwiches and more.

Brewery Columbus Brewing Company
200 Kelton Ave.
Columbus, OH 43205

Learn more: Check out Columbus Brewing Company’s new brewery

4. Si Senyor Peruvian Sandwiches

Si Señor is a long-standing but often still unknown find. I miss their downtown location, but they’re making a splash on Fifth Avenue these days. Its great feature is the sandwiches, with more than a dozen options on the menu. Personal favorites include the Chicharron Peruano with pork shoulder, pickled red onion and sweet potato mayo, and the Jumping Beef with sliced ​​beef, sauteed onion and tomato, mancheco and avocado mayo.

Yes Lord Peruvian sandwiches
1456 W. Fifth Ave.
Columbus, OH 43212

Learn more: sisenorcolumbus.com

5. KPOT Korean BBQ and Hot Pot

KPOT is a national chain that just put down its first roots in Columbus and set up shop in the Bethel Center (which is a hub for international food greats like Meshikou and New India). The busy, crowded restaurant is best experienced as a group. You can order the barbecue or hot pot experience, or both, and servers bring out plates of meat, vegetables, and noodles for you to cook on your own.

KPOT Korean BBQ and Hot Pot
5240 Bethel Center Mall
Columbus, OH 43220

Learn more: Your guide to KPOT’s new hot pot and Korean BBQ

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