Located near Ohio Wesleyan University, Something Sweet Coffee & Bakery serves up Ohio-roasted coffee, specialty café drinks, and baked goods that are made fresh each day onsite. Cake pops, muffins, and scones–both sweet and savory–are just a few of the resident baker's specialties. Patrons can savor sips and snacks while lounging on the inviting café's plush armchairs and sofas.
Serving Mediterranean, Greek , Italian & American Cuisine. Such as Gyros, Spinach Feta Dip, Calamari, Spanakopita, Greek Salads, Appetizers, Soups, Spreads & Dips, Salads, Pastas, Platters, Dinner Entrees Such as Baby Lamp Chops, Burgers & Sandwiches. Children’s menu such as Grilled Cheese and so much more.
Japanese, Chinese, and Thai dishes share space on tables at Kogen's Far East Fare, an Asian-fusion restaurant inspired by Shandong, China's dry-goods marketplaces. Kogen's atmosphere and menu aim to be unique, contemporary, and fun by serving classic and inventive dishes to a diverse clientele, from families to sushi connoisseurs.
Aromas from the cuisines of China, Thailand, and Vietnam mingle in the air at Mulan Asian Bistro. Spicy red thai curry, which coats shrimp and chicken, hints at fistfuls of spice, and traditional Chinese Szechuan spicy beef lets steam trickle from USDA Choice flank steak. The pho soup’s Vietnamese noodles swim in clear golden broth at booths with wave-like swooping backs. Beneath the eatery’s wasabi-hued walls, chefs accommodate diets of all types by forging gluten-free options and tailoring the heat of spicy dishes. Patrons looking to eat at home and those who have just spotted a clingy VCR they gave away years ago dash out the door toting carry-out bags laden with fried-rice dishes and kung pao noodles.
Dishes as vibrant and diverse as the UN’s annual Mardi Gras celebration deck the tabletops at Kogen’s, the seventh Asian-influenced eatery borne from the Mark Pi restaurant group. Drawing inspiration from Japanese street food, Chinese dry-food markets, and upscale American cuisine, the chefs craft an artful and varied menu that embodies both traditional favorites and experimental creations. Here, helpings of pad thai and hunan chicken share real estate with kung pao lo mein and sashimi platters. The signature sushi rolls dabble in a range of flavors, for example, the Margarita roll combines spicy tuna with avocado, lime, and wasabi mayo, and the Fire Dragon roll sets tongues ablaze with tempura shrimp, spicy tuna, spicy mayo, and sriracha sauce.
Ohio may be in the Midwest, but the menu at Windy City BBQ Ribs aims to transport diners to another part of the country. Chef and pitmaster Brandon Shy lives up to his slogan of “Put some south in your mouth!” with a heaping spread of southern-style barbecue, from smoked ribs and rotisserie chicken to Dixie sides such as and potato salad and collared greens. Guests can sign their name on the eatery’s Wall of Fame after enjoying a meal in the small indoor and outdoor seating areas. The meat emporium shuts down each day when the food is gone, so calling or sending up smoke signals in advance is recommended.