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THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED NAMES Seven Stars

649 High St. (W. New England Ave.) Send to Phone
614-885-2600
Executive chef Thomas Smith has created a diverse menu at Seven Stars that includes innovative meat, seafood and pasta dishes.
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THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED NAMES Seven Stars Restaurant Review

: Worthington Inn is a beautifully restored red brick B&B that used to provide shelter and livery to travelers beginning in the early 1800s. It's in Worthington, a small city that prides itself on being senior to adjoining Columbus to the south. Executive chef Thomas Smith has created a diverse menu of innovative meat, seafood and pasta dishes. Start with the seared beef carpaccio or roasted butternut squash soup; as for entrées, you can't go wrong with the pan-roasted rainbow trout with a roasted peanut crust. For dessert, there's an almond (bold) and pear (subtle) tart with the right amount of sugar and a large scoop of fine vanilla bean ice cream. The wine list is extensive if pricey. The serving crew includes some old pros.

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