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A Recipe for Romance
from (614) Magazine
Imagine the look on your date's face when you uncover a succulent duck breast, perched on a firm polenta cake. Multiply that effect by a factor of roughly 16.8 when you reveal three decadent kinds of creme brulee for dessert, no torch required. Read More...

Lunch at Lindey's
from (614) Magazine
Lindey's is a perpetual stalwart on Columbus' top ten lists. The food has simply never faltered. Read More...

Carpaccio Crawl
from (614) Magazine
The finishing blow was a knockout beef carpaccio ($10) from Lindey's - a German Village staple that has old-school dishes down to a science. This version is as American as salt and vinegar potato chips or the Ella Fitzgerald song warbling above the crowd. Wafer-thin slices of meat stretched across all corners of the plate. Read More...

Best Overall Food
from (614) Magazine
(614) Magazine received literally hundreds of write-in candidates, and tallying this one up took a minute or two, let us tell you. Sitting at her perch at the corner of Beck and Mohawk like the Grand Dame of Columbus dining she is, Lindey's has been wooing fans of fine cuisine for over a quarter of a century. Read More...

It's Just Brunch: Lindey's
from Columbus Alive
Wanna smooth out and class up a "what in the heck did I do to myself last night?" Saturday morning? Could your cruddy-weather Sunday use some white-tablecloth-style brightening? Do you deserve a pampering treat to complete your weekend? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then I recommend you head over to Lindey's in German Village for its scrumptious weekend brunch. Read More...

Brunch season: Lindey's
from Columbus Alive
Lindey's is the grand old dame of Columbus fine dining. Pretty and sophisticated, its French-bistro-esque main room features an airy high ceiling, an opulent copper bar, huge windows onto German Village and lots of arty appointments. Read More...

The Lady of Lindey's
from Kristy Eckert, Capital Style
Sue Doody was an elementary teacher by trade, not a businesswoman. She was an amateur cook, not a professionally trained chef. She was a mother of four, not a swinging single with loads of time on her hands. Yet she had a flair for food, a desire to give Columbus the upscale-but-comfy restaurant she thought it lacked, and a willingness to devote the elbow grease it would take to be successful. Read More...