Explore Columbus

Its dinner time again and you have no plans. Should you do the same thing you do every Friday night? Get the same old pizza delivered, from the same old place you always do, absolutely not!

 Columbus, you need to get out and explore! Explore the flavor of one of the Dine Originals restaurants. You could go visit the restaurants alphabetically, and begin with Barcelona. Or jump into the middle with Katzingers

 With our group of restaurants and our amazing discounted gift cards why wouldn’t you want to explore. All this flavor at just a fraction of the cost

So purchase your discounted gift card, grab your car keys, and start your adventure. 

Save with Dine Originals

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Dine Originals Columbus invites you to explore new restaurants, visit old favorites, and save money! Now through July 31st we are offering discounted gift cards that will make it affordable to visit our restaurants often, purchase a $100 Gift Certificate for $70, $50 for $35 and $25 for just $15.

Purchase your Restaurant Certificates here.

Or if you are looking for a perfect gift, a Dine Originals Group Gift Certificate is perfect for the foodie in your life. A Dine Originals Group E-Gift Card is good at any one of our member restaurants. You can print them, email them, or redeem them from your mobile device.

Purchase your group e-gift card here.

 

Take a Break!

Do you feel that you are always rushing around, skipping lunch, and are exhausted? That’s because you need a break. Taking a break from your busy routine is the best thing you can do to get yourself rejuvenated, energy boosted, and your creativity flowing.

One of the tips we gathered from “Rejuvenate yourself: Ten Tips for Taking a Break from Life” is to give your taste buds a treat. The article states that you should” eat something simple, colorful, fun, exotic or with wild flavors and textures.” By taking a break from your usual eating habits, and trying something new you are on the path to “repairing your well-being of your mind and body”.

Zero-Waste Cooking

One of the biggest trends in the restaurant industry right now is cooking for sustainability and fighting food waste. According to the National Restaurant Association “According to the USDA, 30 to 40 percent of food produced in the United States ends up in the trash. As consumers become more aware of the issue, many choose eco-friendly dishes”. They also noted “Chefs are also tapping into eco-friendly sourcing of their foods. Plant-based proteins, which require significantly fewer resources to produce, claimed the No. 2 spot among protein trends. Locally sourced meat and seafood, which require less transport and have a smaller carbon footprint, took the No. 3 spot, followed by sustainable seafood at No. 4. Mehta attributes the trend to increased awareness among consumers. “This generation is taking much more interest in global warming.” So are you ready for a change? Read the rest of this article on restaurant.org.