Hey everyone. My girlfriend and I are heading to Columbus for a long weekend (Fri-Mon) later this month and I'm seeking some local advice on good beer/wine/food spots, tourist attractions, and safety tips. I've done a bit of research and this is what our current plan looks like: - Bob's Bar on Friday night. 17 min. cab ride from downtown but the tap list seems worth it. - Schmidt's Sausage Haus for lunch on Saturday, followed by a walk up the Scioto Trail (from Bicentennial to North Bank and back again). Barley's and Betty's on Sat. night since they're both highly-rated and within walking distance of each other. - Katzingers Deli for lunch on Sunday before catching the 2pm "Chicago" show at Shadowbox Live. Bodega and Surly Girl Saloon on Sunday night, assuming they're open late. - Dirty Frank's Hot Dog Palace for lunch on Monday, then a bottle shop at Palmer's Beverage Center. It's right off the I-71N on our way home. I'm curious to know if these are solid choices and whether you would recommend other bars/attractions over these ones. Also wondering about the general safety of downtown, North High Street, and the parks I mentioned, as we plan to walk to most places from East State Street. I'm guessing walking b/w Barley's and Betty's and Bodega and Surly Girl should be no problem, but not sure about State to Katzinger's/Schmidt's and Livingston Ave to South Front since I don't know the city. Finally, local beers to watch for. Columbus IPA is on my hit list, but what other beers would you suggest? Your help here is greatly appreciated. Cheers!