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Watch an exciting game of rugby on the projector screen while enjoying a pint and some delicious pub fare at The Three Legged Mare. This Irish pub has become a go-to in the neighborhood for a drink and a game of darts. Their menu features pub classics but extends towards American offerings with items like the barbecue chicken sandwich, blackened chicken and shrimp, and classic cheese steak featured as well.
St. James Tavern is a dive bar in the Italian Village that caters to a slightly older crowd, as opposed to trendier bars that draw crowds of hipsters. St. James is definitely something of a neighborhood bar, located away from the center of town, but the drinks are strong and delicious and regulars keep coming back for more.
The Seventh Son Brewing Co. was born of a dream and a passion for beer. This local brewery has found its home within a converted garage at the corner of North 4th Street and East 4th Avenue. With a spacious patio out back, and a smaller one out front, the Seventh Son Brewing Co. is the perfect place to hangout on a warm summer evening and sample some amazing brews. On tap, at the tasting room, you will find a variety of Seventh Son Brewing Co. beers, each boasting a distinctive character and boldness of flavor that sets it apart from the rest. IPAs and ales are the brewery specials, but there is a little something for everyone here. You can even have a gander at the brewery's brewing system while you enjoy a pint or two. Although the tasting room does not serve food, those feeling peckish can always grab a bite to eat from the food trucks that often visit the brewery. The selection of beers on tap is forever changing so be sure to keep an eye out for new additions. The taproom and brewery and also available on hire for private events.
North High Brewing is a popular pub in the university district of Columbus. This spot is often frequented by students but many others enjoy the casual atmosphere and hipster vibe of this bar. And, of course, a main draw to this brewing company is the beer, which is always unique and of the highest quality. Stop by often and check out their seasonal beers which are always a delicious surprise.
The true German Village experience is nothing without a meal at Schmidt's. Located at the intersection of one tiny cobblestone alleyway and another, this is neighborhood dining at its most charming. Inside, neighbors are laughing and imbibing to the sounds of clinking steins and an upbeat oompah band. For dinner, you can't go wrong with a sausage platter -- a big, piping-hot link surrounded by kraut and potatoes and apple sauce. To drink, choose from a wide variety of authentic German imports as well as a couple of locally produced German-style lagers.