Just because you are spending more time at home, doesn’t mean there aren’t still places to explore, things to do, sports to enjoy, and good food to eat. Here is your At Home Warriors guide for June 5 – June 11 including activities and updates in and around Columbus including carry-out, delivery, patio and select dine-in options from some of your favorite Grandview Yard and Arena District restaurants, allowing you to live, work and play, safe.
Carry-out, patio, dine-in
As regulations are being lifted, the restaurants in Grandview Yard and Arena District are doing all they can to safely serve you. While some restaurants have re-opened patios, others are continuing to add dine-in options. The restaurants are excited to serve their patrons and are thankful for your continued support.
Now open for dine in in Grandview Yard: Hofbrauhaus, Jason’s Deli, Panera Bread and Winans.
Get your brunch on! Join Hofbrauhaus this weekend for their NEW brunch menu! Boozy pancakes are a definite must to kick off the weekend in Grandview Yard. In the Arena District, Sunny Street Café is open for dine-in or patio brunch.
COMING SOON TO CBUS
Mark your calendars for these upcoming events:
Columbus Arts Fest in Place June 12-14: One of Columbus’ most anticipated events, The Columbus Arts Festival, of course, found a creative way to allow the art show to go on. The Columbus Arts Fest In Place, is happening June 12-14 and will feature the people that really bring the festival to life: Artists, volunteers, sponsors, patrons and community members. You can shop for your next art piece directly online from 2020 juried Arts Fest artists, explore artists and performers and get involved by participating in the Arts Fest Chalk Challenge! Learn More.
Ohio History Connection June 13 at 4:30 and 8:30PM: Bring the family for a classic drive-in theater experience! Watch Indiana Jones Raiders of the Lost Ark from the comfort and safety of your own car in the parking lot at the Ohio History Center. Bring your own snacks or purchase a snack pack there. The show is FREE but registration by car is required, register Learn More.