Posts Tagged ‘Experience Columbus’

Gluten-Free Have Their Cake and Eat It Too at Bake Me Happy

Gluten-Free Have Their Cake and Eat It Too at Bake Me Happy
The treats from Bake Me Happy are not your average cookie. Two staples put twists on classics. The Peanut Butter Burner finishes with a kick of heat and a crunch turbinado sugar. Traditional chocolate chip cookies are amped up with a sprinkle of salt for a best-of-both-worlds sweet and salty treat. Oh,...
April 18th, 2016 | Business Profiles | Read More

Experience Columbus Celebrates 75 Years, Looks to Bright Future

Experience Columbus Celebrates 75 Years, Looks to Bright Future
Experience Columbus celebrates its 75th anniversary in 2016 on the heels of a record-breaking 2015. The previous year saw 37.9 million annual visitors – 300,000 more than 2014. City of Columbus bed tax generated a record $42.6 million, over $4 million more than 2014’s total. Overall, the...
March 11th, 2016 | Entrepreneurial Support | Read More

Glass Rooster Cannery Taking it Back to a Simpler Time

Glass Rooster Cannery Taking it Back to a Simpler Time
Before Mason Jars were primarily used as decorations and drinking glasses, they served a slightly more practical purpose – vessels to preserve and can food. While the original purpose of a Mason Jar may not be as popular as it used to be, the practice is still very much alive and well at Glass...
January 20th, 2016 | Business Profiles | Read More

Best Small Business Resource in Columbus: ECDI

Best Small Business Resource in Columbus: ECDI
For the third year in a row, you have voted ECDI as the Best Small Business Resource in Columbus. With its abundant programming and proven track record of success, it’s no wonder ECDI has become the go-to source for budding business owners in Central Ohio. Since 2004, ECDI has disbursed over...
December 24th, 2015 | Announcements | Read More

Glass Axis Fueling Education and Access to the Glass Arts

Glass Axis Fueling Education and Access to the Glass Arts
At 610 W Town St. in Franklinton sits one of the world’s premiere glass studios. With classes for beginners to memberships for practicing artists, Glass Axis is making the glass arts accessible to Columbus and beyond. “We’re in the top 10 internationally in what we do as a non-profit,”...
November 20th, 2015 | Business Profiles | Read More

Yokel Looks to Elevate Travelers’ Experiences of Columbus

Yokel Looks to Elevate Travelers’ Experiences of Columbus
One of the best parts about traveling is finding those hidden local gems in every city you visit. Sites like Yelp or TripAdvisor will get you close, but what if you could actually speak one-on-one with someone who knows the ins, outs and what’s happenings of the city? New platform Yokel looks to...
July 30th, 2015 | Business Profiles | Read More

Food is the True Uniter at The Kitchen in German Village

Food is the True Uniter at The Kitchen in German Village
With the firm belief that all the best parties happen in the kitchen, the aptly named The Kitchen in German Village has been feeding Columbus with Taco Tuesdays and participatory dining events for two years. Business partners Anne Boninsegna and Jen Lindsey met while working together at the Franklin...
July 21st, 2015 | Business Profiles | Read More

Cloak & Dagger Melding Mystery and Comedy for Dinner and a Show

Cloak & Dagger Melding Mystery and Comedy for Dinner and a Show
Dinner with a side of murder is on the menu at Cloak & Dagger. Located at 447 E. Livingston Ave. in German Village, the dinner theater delights audiences with a comedic murder-mystery complete with singing and dancing. Cloak & Dagger started in 1992 and relocated to German Village in 2009 and...
May 29th, 2015 | Business Profiles | Read More