13 results for tag: Short North Food


The Only Short North Tavern with a $5 Burger Night

A few months ago, we noticed other Short North taverns weren't offering any great deals on Mondays, so we decided to come up with one ourselves. While Mondays may have seemed dull before, now you can spice them up with the best deal in town—$5 gourmet burgers at the one and only Arch City Tavern! That's right, a custom selection of our gourmet burgers are only $5 every Monday. We wanted to give our neighbors a way to end their Mondays on a positive note. Those of us who go back to work at the beginning of the week probably experience a little bit of stress on that first day. What better way to let off some steam than meeting coworkers and ...

The Only Short North Happy Hour that Matters

Are you stuck in a rut with the post-holiday blues? Getting back to work and the swing of things can be tough in the new year, especially with these frigid temperatures. There's no better way to boost your mood than happy hour, so lace up your boots, zip up your parka, and head straight to Arch City Tavern for the best happy hour in the city. Located in the heart of the Short North, we offer half off all drafts, wine by the glass, and pizzas Monday thru Friday from 3pm-6pm—and much more. Arch City's happy hour menu offers fantastic deals on craft beer, wine, and locally sourced food. We include local breweries (try our current favorite, the ...

The Story Behind Fish n’ Chips

Do you support the North or the South? No, it’s not an American debate of Blue versus Grey, but rather, a debate of where the first fish and chip dish was served in England. Some folks vote for 1860, at the East London shop of Joseph Malin, while others back John Lees and his fish hut in the Mossley market during 1863. However, all agree that the first restaurant dedicated to the dish was opened by Samuel Isaacs in 1896. Located in London, the menu offered fish and chips, bread, and tea for a few pence. The shops’ posh decorations—including carpets, flowers, tablecloths, and porcelain dinnerware—brought a less bleary diet along with a ...