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94th Aero Squadron Restaurant
When stories of the famed 94th Aero Squadron began reaching American soil during World War I, many of them were about Eddie Rickenbacker. The Columbus native eventually became the most successful fighter ace in the war, earning several awards for his service, including a Medal of Honor.
From its spot between the runways of Port Columbus Airport, beneath the arriving and departing air traffic, 94th Aero Squadron Restaurant pays homage to the late Major Rickenbacker and his compatriots. The dining rooms are furnished just as they might have been a century ago—an early American flag hangs beneath knotted rafters, an antique fighter jet is parked in the backyard, and a fire roars in a stone fireplace, because that's where fires go. On Thursday nights, a 17-piece big band is a perfect complement to the vintage ambience, as are classic American dishes such as prime rib and Atlantic salmon served nightly.