For a quick slice of mouthwatering pizza, visit Woodlands Tavern.
Toast your evening out at this pizzeria with a glass of beer or wine from their lengthy drink list.
The happy hour at Woodlands Tavern is sure to impress.
Make the most of the warm summer months by dining outdoors in Woodlands Tavern's beautiful outdoor seating area.
Show off your moves after your meal
—Woodlands Tavern welcomes dancing and live bands.
Volume at this pizzeria can reach upper decibels, so come prepared to raise your voice to be heard.
You may be better off finding a table during the week, as weekends at the pizzeria tend to be packed.
Parking is easily accessible.
Travel by bike to Woodlands Tavern and store your bike at a nearby rack.
Prepare to spend about $30 per person when dining at Woodlands Tavern.
For mouthwatering pizza in a casual setting, look no further than the highly-rated Woodlands Tavern.
When you need a quick dinner option for the whole family, stop by Woodlands Tavern and enjoy a hot and fresh pizza.
Enjoy a large array of finger food at Carabar, a local pub.
The healthy meal options at Carabar are bold, colorful and filled with flavor.
Unwind with a glass of wine or cocktail with your meal — this restaurant has a wonderful selection of drinks to accompany your dinner.
Carabar features some of the most affordable happy hour deals in town.
Work off your meal with a little music and dancing — live tunes are often featured at the restaurant, and a dance floor is open to all.
With the booming music and energetic crowds, this restaurant can get downright loud.
Weekends are when crowds really head to Carabar, so plan accordingly.
Carabar can also cater your next party; call today for details.
If parallel parking's not your thing, take advantage of Carabar's valet service at the Parsons Ave address location.
At Carabar, diners can make use of the safe bike rack.
For simply amazing pub food, Carabar has all of your favorites to continuously satisfy your hunger.
For a mouthwatering meal you're sure to love, Ace of Cups in Columbus is the place to be.
Come order a flavorful feast at Ace of Cups, and sit outside if it's nice!
Treat your ears to some live tunes — the restaurant frequently features a DJ or band.
The restaurant also features a DJ, and patrons are encouraged to strut their stuff on the dance floor.
A tad noisy, the restaurant is well-suited for those who don't mind a little extra hustle and bustle.
The restaurant's "rush" is all weekend long, so diners should be prepared to wait for a table.
Ace of Cups offers an informal dining experience for those who are allergic to jackets and ties.
At Ace of Cups, diners can easily find street parking or parking in a nearby lot.
Ace of Cups offers outdoor bike racks for cyclists.
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