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American Restaurant$$
Today 11AM–10PM
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505 N High St Columbus, OH 43215
505 North High StreetUSOhioColumbus43215
(614) 228-6323
$$American Restaurant, DinerToday 11AM–10PM
Wednesday 11AM–10PMThursday 11AM–10PMFriday 11AM–11PMSaturday 10AM–11PMSunday 10AM–2PMMonday ClosedTuesday 11AM–10PM
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Farm-to-table American fare & specialty cocktails are served in hip, diner-style digs.- Google
"I ordered a sidecar, the veggie burger and a quinoa salad."
"But it was one the best places for Brunch in Columbus."
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courtney yoakum
2 years ago
Went to knead for brunch this morning with my husband and it was awful. I ordered the BBB and it looked so different than what I had seen pictured online I actually asked our server if she gave me the right order. The biscuit was really hard, the egg was pitiful and there was maybe a teaspoon of shedded meat on it. My husband was pretty unhappy with his food too. Our service wasn't so great and we were sitting near a family with three small children who were very loud. Their toddler was watching video's at a very high volume while yelling and banging silverware on the table. I just couldn't wait to get out of there.
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Vanessa Davids
2 years ago
I went in with high hopes due to the reviews and the big window display advertising classic cocktails. I ordered a sidecar, the veggie burger and a quinoa salad. I'm fairly confident the sidecar contained no brandy. The bartender had to look up how to make it and let the ingredients sit on the ice while she tended other customers. Yuck. The veggie burger was pasty black beans with no hint of the promised cilantro, on an oversized bun to boot. The only redeeming feature was the fresh avocado. The quinoa salad had no spice or distinction, with unidentified mushy orange pieces in it along with onion and raisins. I came in at the tailend of lunch rush and I'd like to believe my experience was an anomaly, however the couple next to me waited 45 min for simple burgers and ended up getting dessert comped. I left with disappointment.
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Susanna Selfinger
3 years ago
We went out to lunch (7 of us) to celebrate the news of a baby. The restraurant seemed very dirty. The decor included gnats flying all around and even a giant colony of very large gnats resting on the wall behind us. The waiter was slow and not really engaging. One of us ordered the Luna Tacos, which just the smell made her sick (not the pregnant one). $5 for a small basket of fries that were not very good and the ketchup tasted like vinegar and moldy basement (as if the ketchup was moldy in the bottle). Trust me when I say, there are 7 people who will NOT be returning.
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Will Stubbs
4 years ago
The Bluejacket cocktail is amazing, adding it to my reppitoire.
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Dell Astrop
a year ago
I have heard it's closed now. but it was one the best places for Brunch in Columbus. Very original and fresh ingredients!
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Charlie Magruder
3 years ago
Kitschy atmosphere. Fun music in the background. Unique menu. Fresh made food. You can't go wrong!
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Oreste Gallo
5 years ago
OH no. With a focus on local food and being so close to the convention center, I hope this is not the only taste of Ohio visitors receive when coming to town. I am a Short North native and being that I hadn't stopped in, I decided to bring my girlfriend and family for lunch a couple Sundays ago. While I liked the bright, casual atmosphere walking up to the hostess stand, peering at the case of mouthwatering oatmeal cream pies and pastry, the delight ended there. After about 5min the hostess approached and informed us we should wait about 20 MINUTES, which we did... with no where to sit... and watched the empty/clean table across the room the entire time until we were walked to it! Confused, we sat down. While ordering, two out of the four of us wanted to see what their staple dish the "mother clucker" was all about, but they were OUT OF CHICKEN. I ordered a burger, it was okay. After dealing with the dilemmas of the meal we decided to make the best of it by bringing home one of the amazing looking oatmeal cream pies up front... Once we were home, my wife went to take a bite, only to pull a 10IN HAIR out of her mouth. VOMIT :x
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A Google User
4 years ago
The food at Knead is great, no doubt. It will keep me coming back. That being said, the service and general organization of the place are lacking overall. I have been to Knead several times and have often waited longer than necessary to be seated and then to be approached by a waiter. At times, hey seemed short staffed but that is really no excuse. If you go, expect good food but not quick service. Also the prices are higher than usual diner prices because it's all local and/or organic. You get what you pay for.
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