The Powell Chamber of Commerce sponsored another Taste of Powell where over 20 restaurants featured their favorite dishes for us to test-taste while listening to a band. The annual event is held at the Columbus Zoo at the Water’s Edge pavillion. The weather this year was perfect – a warm pleasant evening.
It’s that time again for the yummy Taste of Powell. If you have never attended this event, make sure you do so this year. For only $25 you can sample the finest fare from over 20 restaurants. Actually you can do more than sample if you visit the booths multiple times, but none of us want to admit that we do that, do we.
- When: Thursday May 3, 6:00pm – 9:00pm
- Where: Columbus Zoo, Water’s Edge Events Park
- Cost: $25 per ticket, plus cash bar
- Music: Derek Dicenzo Trio
The event is put on by the Powell Chamber of Commerce and you can purchase tickets online at their web site. Order tickets. You can also buy tickets at these local restaurants:
- Culver’s, 4137 W Powell Rd (west of Sawmill Pkwy)
- Local Roots, 15 E Olentangy St (at downtown 4 Corners area)
- Vittoria, 10241 Sawmill Pkwy (south of Powell Rd)
If you see me there, stuffing my face, be sure to say ‘hi’.
Last night I attended the Taste of Powell at the Columbus Zoo, sponsored by the Powell Chamber. The evening allowed the many restaurants around Powell to promote their most delicious fare to the 500 attendees.
I had a great time. I saw a couple who were former neighbors when we both lived in our “first” homes. Thanks to smartphones, we shared updated photos of our kids – have they really gotten THAT old? – and of course, our current dogs.
A neighbor that lives close to one of my listings was there. He owns a B & B and when we last talked, I told him I could help him promote his B & B by doing a video for him. I’ll be doing that in the next couple weeks. He thinks I’m wonderful. 🙂
Elaine with 2 Tweeples
I also got to meet IRL three people whom I follow on Twitter. That’s always fun because you come to know people online although we’ve never met in person. That’s why it’s helpful to look like your avatar.
The restaurants set up their offerings in two enclosed buildings which provided ample opportunity for people to “graze”. Little plates make you feel less guilty about the calories – as long as you don’t count the number of little plates.
Some of the favorite dishes that I especially enjoyed was the crab from Lost Shepherd, the Oriental chicken salad from Gooseneck Tavern (best I’ve ever had), the Kahlua Fudge cupcake from Cakes of Distinction (yes, it was as sinful as it sounds), and the cinnamon buns from Costco. I bypassed the gyro from Greek Express because I have a “frequent flyer” card with them and the Culver’s chocolate sundae – another place I stop at frequently. I don’t often have sushi, but Kogen’s dish cleared my sinuses with the horseradish! I had a really good roast pork sandwich but I forget what restaurant had that. Remember, I was grazing.
If, by now, you’re salivating, be sure to try some of the eateries in Powell. There are many more for you to choose – just ask for the little plates so you won’t feel the guilt.