Breakfast With Nick: Columbus
Your complete guidebook to the morning meal in Ohio’s capitol city. Maps, pictures, descriptions, suggestions on how to explore breakfast, brunch, donuts, and coffee around town. Proudly made completely in Columbus! Photography and design by Genre Creative. Printed locally at Old Trail Printing.
How can I order a copy?
1. Purchase a copy online by clicking HERE! The book is $25 (plus tax), $5 for shipping first copy (an additional $2/copy for two or more).
2. Purchase it from one of following fine establishments (please check with them about specific availability; some locations may be sold out):
Barnes & Noble – various locations around town: Easton, Polaris
Beehive Books – 25 N. Sandusky St, Delaware (get the free handout “Breakfast With Nick: Delaware” here!)
The Book Loft – 631 S. Third St, German Village
Celebrate Local – 3952 Townsfair Way, Easton – NEW LOCATION!
Cover to Cover – 3560 N. High St, Clintonville
Dinin’ Hall – 400 W. Rich St, Franklinton
Fringe Boutique – 1177 N. High St., Short North
The Hills Market – 7860 Olentangy River Rd., Worthington
The Hills Market Downtown – 95 N. Grant Ave., downtown – JUST ADDED!
Igloo Letterpress - 39 W. New England Ave, Worthington
Ohio Statehouse Museum Shop – 1 Capitol Square, downtown
Simply Vague – 5043 Tuttle Crossing Bldv, Tuttle Mall
Whole Foods – 3670 W. Dublin-Granville Rd, Dublin
Wholly Craft – 3169 N. High St, Clintonville
3. Check the Events page to find a book-signing and buy one in person. I’d love to meet you!
Do you already have a copy?
Did you get a copy as a gift? Find it at a bookstore? Please let me know what you think of it! If you’re using it to try new places for breakfast and brunch around Columbus, tell where you’ve been by e-mailing, Twittering, or posting to Facebook! Also, please tell the restaurants that you discovered them through the book!
If you want to know more about the project, browse through the following resources.
Download the Press Release. [updated 10/7/11]
For more information, read the interviews in the Columbus Dispatch, ColumbusUnderground.com, and Best of Columbus.
Any city’s restaurant scene is constantly changing and evolving. Since the book has been published, there have been some new arrivals and, sadly, some closures. Of the restaurants in the book, Coyote Jane (feature), Old Trail Inn, The Clarmont, Mel’s Kitchen, and the Dublin location of Java Jan’s Coffee have closed.