Monthly Archives: June 2011

Edible Columbus

June 20, 2011 – 2:40 pm Posted by Katharine Moore

Filed under: Features

We are highlighting edible Columbus for several reasons. One of our wildly talented chefs is featured in the new edition, we haveanedible Columbus event planned in August that we’d love for you to put on your calendar, and mostly because the work of Dine Originals and edible Columbus appeals to the same like-minded members of the Central Ohio community, I wanted to be certain all of our followers are aware of the magazine and know that it can be picked up for free at dozens of locations around the city. I go through each issue twice before I begin to read the articles: once for the stunning photography and then to read the ads…I have learned about all sorts of amazing resources from cooking schools to raspberry farms from the ads in previous issues.

edible Columbus is an independently-owned, community-based publication devoted to connecting you to your local food community. The magazine focuses on local, sustainable food sources and the people who work the land to bring this bounty to our tables. Publisher Tricia Wheeler says “ From the farmers, to the distributors, to our local artisans, entrepreneurs and leaders, we aim to make all partners in the local food chain empowered and engaged in the building of a true local food system.”

Dine Originals Columbus has been a partner and supporter from the beginning; together we have developed the Edible Supper Club which brings together a small group for a prix fixe dinner at one of the Dine Originals restaurants each quarter. On August 23 the kitchen at Granville’s Short Story Brasserie will flex its significant culinary muscle for an unforgettable summer dinner. The menu and pricing details will be posted in the next couple of weeks.

The new issue of edible Columbus profiles Chef Thomas Smith of the Worthington Inn in this editions “At the Table” feature. Thearticle captures the Zen-like sense of respect Chef Smith has for both the historic property he is operating his kitchen in and for the food he prepares for guests of The Worthington Inn. We’re incredibly proud to call him one of our own!

To learn more about the magazine, including a list of locations distributing the new issue, visit

Rockmill Beer Dinner at The Granville Inn

June 9, 2011 – 11:40 am Posted by nate

Filed under: Events, Restaurants, The Oak Room at The Granville Inn

Join us on Friday, June 24 at 7 pm for

a Rockmill Beer tasting with brewer Matthew Barbee and showcasing the culinary talents of

Executive Chef Chad Lavely.

Five courses tapas style $45

(plus tax and gratuity)

View the menu:

Prepaid reservations required

Special Friday night lodging rate for Beer Dinner guests

$99 plus tax

(Traditional room, includes continental breakfast)