The Clarmont Review
Famous for playing host to powerbrokers for breakfast and lunch and to theatergoers for dinner, this German Village restaurant with white tablecloths is a Columbus staple. The retro mid-century menu includes steaks, lamb, veal, pork, surf and turf, scallops, and shrimp. Pasta and an expanded wine list are a concession to changing tastes. There's live music on the weekends.