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Dublin Things to Do

  • Drive By the Field of Corn

    While finding back ways home from Muirfield to our hotel, we happened to pass this interesting phenomenon- very weird!The Field of Corn is a half acre full (109 of them) of 6 foot tall ears or husked corn molded from white cement. The ears are standing upright, as if growing from the ground like stalks of corn. The Field is a salute to Sam Frantz,...

  • Field of Corn

    Field of Corn is one of the most unusual monuments I’ve ever seen. Ohio artist Malcolm Cochran created it in 1994. Human-sized ears of corn commemorate Dublin’s history as a farming community and charming rural landscape. A row of Osage orange trees recognizes Dublin’s first farmers who used the trees as natural fences.

  • Historic District

    The original village of Dublin was located in what is now Dublin Historic District. Some of the buildings along the High and Riverview Streets date back to the early 1800s and reflect flavor of Pre-Industrial era. It’s a pleasure to walk along shops, taverns and restaurants that line quaint brick sidewalks. Visitor and Information Center...


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  • Unusual American Gourmet

    We first tried to eat here Thursday night but they did not have a reservation until 9pm. We ended up going back on Friday night for dinner. Oscar's offers lots of comfy wood surroundings and large servings of mostly traditional American comfort foods- like Filet and Pork Chops. But since the chef likes to be creative too, trendier menu options are...

  • Longhorn Steakhouse in Dublin, OH

    Off I-270 at Tuttles Crossing and across from the Mall. The air was very chilly and they had fans going. Cowboy decor. This is a step up from the usual Chili's or Applebees (which I will not even go to). Better than Bennigans' etc. Monday night: We left $41 total with tip. To me that's a little expensive for a week night with no dessert or...

  • Las Margaritas in Dublin - value for...

    My husband and 4 friends ate lunch there. I walked in at the end of their meal and they all said it was good food. And the price was good. Lunch portions were about $5 and the dinner portion was about $9. Nice atmosphere and it would be a good place to go to dinner. (Atmosphere a little nicer than La Vaquero. )Recommend this instead of Cozymel's.


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    Festivals and Events in the Emerald City

    by Tolik Written Nov 3, 2002

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    St. Patrick ‘s Day Parade – Saturday March 16, 2002. Metro Center to Dublin’s Historic District.

    Sundays at Scioto – Sunday evening concerts through July and August in the Scioto Park.

    Dublin Irish Festival – August 2 – 4, 2002. Coffman Park.

    Holly Days in Dublin – November 30 – December 1, 2002. Dublin Community Recreation Center.

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Dublin Favorites

  • Upscale (moderate to expensive)...

    *I haven't been to these restaurants, but I would consider them if I were to want a fine dining experience.Hyde Park Grille6360 Frantz RoadDublin, OH 43017-1307Phone: 614-717-2828Toll Free: 800-321-2211Fax: 614-717-2710

  • Websites on Dining in Dublin (Greater...

    Great Search Tool and mapping:http://digitalcity.com/columbus/dining/main.adpThe German Village is Downtown Columbus:http://www.germanvillage.org/business/restaur.htmlConvention and Visitors Bureau:http://www.experiencecolumbus.comIF YOU WANT TO DO A LITTLE RESEARCH, USE THE FOLLOWING SITES:Top picks from from the...

  • History of Dublin

    Dublin was settled on the banks of the Scioto River in 1802. Peter and Benjamin Sells of Huntington, PA purchased400 acres of land for their brother John. John and his family come to claim the land in 1808. He and an Irish gentleman, John Shields, began to survey lots for the town in 1810. Legend has it that John Shields gave the honor of naming...


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