Cool Site on Columbus Restaurant History
Posted by cmh gourmand on November 6, 2008
Here is an interesting local website on Columbus restaurant history.
Columbus really does have a lot of culinary history to offer: White Caste headquarters since the 1920’s, the birthplace of Wendy’s in 1969, the location of the original BW-3, home to the original Max and Erma’s, Charley’s Steakery, The (defunct) Cooker, Damons Ribs and so many other places. Another food history place of note, Krema Nut Company – the oldest continuous maker of peanut butter in the country.
And for a more comprehensive picture of our American culinary past – the folks from Cornell put a nice site together.
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