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The Barn at Rocky Fork Creek
Yes. It's a former barn that's been transformed into a contemporary steakhouse. And this Cameron Mitchell-owned eatery does what they do best: creating a great, atmospheric entity whilst showcasing signature dishes and prime steaks.
Smith & Wollensky Steakhouse
From luxury retailers like Henri Bendel, Kate Spade New York and Nordstrom to entertainment such as comedy, live music and cooking classes, Easton Town Center attracts an upscale clientele. The trendy shopping mall is also home to Smith & Wollensky, the New York original steakhouse with outposts all over the country.
The Avenue Steak Tavern
Boasting a classic New York tavern vibe, this Cameron Mitchell restaurant opened in early 2016. The Avenue is a concept ideally melding the classic and contemporary steakhouse, offering hardwood accents, signature entrees and craft cocktails.
Mitchell's Steakhouse & Cameron's 43215
Famed Ohio restaurateur Cameron Mitchell's flagship steakhouse boasts two Columbus locations. The downtown outpost maintains its well-respected status with classic prime steak offerings, impressively curated wine and whiskey lists, and more.
Jeff Ruby's Precinct Steakhouse
Jeff Ruby Culinary Entertainment is behind three restaurant brands, most notably Jeff Ruby's Precinct Steakhouse, which is in the former Cincinnati Police Patrol House Number 6. The Cincinnati-based operation boasts outposts of Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse in Louisville, Ky. and Nashville (opened June 2016), plus Jeff Ruby's Carlo & Johnny, the third steakhouse concept.
Eddie Merlot's2 locations in Columbus
The wine-focused Eddie Merlot's was founded by Bill Humphries, a well-known wine connoisseur who regularly selected the wine for his corporate dining companions. One such companion named Ed took a liking to Humphries' merlot selections, so when the latter opened his first steakhouse in Columbus, Ohio, he named it in honor of his biggest fan.
Eddie Merlot's Montgomery Road2 locations in Columbus
The long-time institution that started in Columbus, Ohio, was founded by a well-known wine enthusiast and businessman in the area. Eddie Merlot's, of course, positions itself as a very wine-focused steakhouse, and diners may view some of their most prized wines on display on a wall
Ruth’s Chris Steak House
The outpost is near Banks Development, Great American Ballpark and Paul Brown Stadium
Famed Ohio restaurateur Cameron Mitchell's flagship steakhouse boasts two Columbus locations. The Polaris outpost maintains its well-respected neighborhood status with classic prime steak offerings, impressively curated wine and whiskey lists, and more.
Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar
Steaks at this wine-focused steakhouse (hand-selected USDA Prime, certified Angus and Wagyu beef) are all aged a minimum of 21 days for optimum flavor. Fleming's aims to set itself apart from its competitors with modern accents on steak accompaniments such as truffle-poached lobster, Diablo shrimp and lump crab meat that's Oscar style with béarnaise sauce.
Mitchell's Ocean Club
Located in Easton Town Center, the largest shopping, dining and entertainment community destination in central Ohio, Mitchell's Ocean Club is from the highly successful restaurateur Cameron Mitchell. This location is close to Port Columbus International Airport and downtown Columbus.
Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse 569 N. High St.3 locations in Columbus
The Hyde Park Restaurant Group is behind Jekyll's Kitchen, ML Tavern, Stack City Burger Bar and most notably the Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse. Its original location opened in 1988 in Upper Arlington, which is five miles from The Ohio State University campus and only 10 minutes from downtown. There are six additional outposts in Ohio, as well as locations in Florida, Michigan and Pennsylvania.