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Greek Restaurant in Columbus

Michael L. | Mar 11, 200104:28 AM

This message is to follow up on a comment in the General Topics board. I still do not remember the name of the Taverna I ate a couple of meals at in Columbus, but I was staying at the German Village Inn at 920 South High Street. South High St. is a main road (a federal highway, I think). This Taverna was a couple or blocks south (i.e. in the direction away from Downtown) of the German Village Inn on S. High, and it would be on your right if you are driving away from Downtown. I enjoyed their moussaka. Their avgolemano soup was OK, but it was only lemony enough when I added some of the lemon that came with my tea. They also made a nice Greek salad with feta. I seem to recall having a lamb platter also, which was fine, though not special. Nothing was spectacular by any means, but everything was quite acceptable, and the service was friendly and good. As I mentioned on the General Topics board, I also liked the dessert wines. Expect to pay around $20-$25 for dinner, depending on what you get.

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