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Our Favorite Spots in Columbus

Our Favorite Spots in Columbus

There is always that stigma that the Midwest, especially Ohio, is just a massive cornfield and there is nothing to do. Of course there is farmland, but Ohio has its fair share of bustling cities, delicious food and gorgeous parks. Since Little Sky Stone is located in Columbus, Ohio, we wanted to share with our followers what our team enjoys to do in their free time, must-have places to eat and where to explore if you ever make a pit-stop in the city.


Columbus Museum of Art

“I usually go to the Columbus Art Museum once a month, especially on Sundays because it is free!” - Liang Xia, Co-Founder

Columbus Art Museum

Franklin Park Conservatory

“An array of beautiful plants from all over the world, as well as a variety of Chihuly pieces (one of my favorite artists!). Even if you don’t want to go inside, there are plenty of parks and gardens to see outdoors.” - Kathryn Reaven, Content Strategist

Franklin Park Conservatory

Various music venues around the city

“My boyfriend and I are music fanatics, so we frequent the music venues around Columbus a lot. I think my favorite is EXPRESS Live!, especially when shows are outdoors.” - Kathryn Reaven, Content Strategist


Go-To Restaurant Spots:

Fukuryu Ramen

“One of the best ramen restaurants in Columbus, their signature ramen is highly recommended, I always get their mocha ice cream after.” - Liang


Mission Coffee Co. LLC

“I just recently moved to Columbus and Mission Coffee Co. LLC is definitely going to be one of my go-to spots!” - Valerie Cammack, Social Media Specialist

Mission Coffee

101 Beer Kitchen

“I really enjoy rustic food and craft beer, and 101 Beer Kitchen has just that. Their menu is seasonal, which is awesome. They even have brunch on the weekends. They have locations in Dublin, Gahanna and Westerville near Polaris.” - Kathryn

Stauf’s Coffee Roasters

“This shop is always my go-to place for coffee and meeting up with friends!” - Liang

Fox in the Snow Cafe

“One of my favorite coffee spots in the city because of the ambiance, variety of beverages and beautiful pastries. Nothing beats a New Orleans Iced Coffee and Pecan Sticky Bun or Strawberry Danish on their patio. They have locations in Italian Village, German Village and are opening a shop in New Albany this fall that I’m really excited about.” - Kathryn

Fox in the Snow

Grand Day Cafe

My go-to place for brunch. Always order their grilled vegetables with croissant and goat cheese.” - Liang

Grand Day Cafe

Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams

Anyone who knows me personally knows I’m obsessed with Jeni’s. The flavors are so unique, full of flavor and are made with quality, local ingredients. Also, founder Jeni Britton Bauer is so cool” - Kathryn




Located in the Short North, they have a lot of quirky, fun items, clothes and trinkets. They have really fun stationary and is a really quality spoto to find a cool gift for a loved one.” - Kathryn

Flower Child Vintage

“There are so many awesome vintage finds! Their store carries items from that date back to the 1930’s up to the 1980’s.” - Valerie

Flower Child

Big Fun

“Also located in the Short North, this store has a lot of collectibles, pop culture items and fun games. It’s always nice to pop in to see what’s new.” - Kathryn

Must-Visit Areas

German Village

“Every time I go to German Village, I always wonder why I’m not there more often. The houses are gorgeous, the shops and restaurants stand out above the rest and Schiller Park is great to stroll around in, or catch a play in the summertime.” - Kathryn

German Village Columbus

As you can see, there is so much to do in Columbus! To find more on the ins and outs of the city, take a look at Experience Columbus


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