Jerry’s Pizza | Tour with Tom

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It can be hard to find a good pizza, but most of us will find any excuse to stop in at Jerry’s Pizza for a pepperoni and mushroom pizza! Started way back in 1954, hear how Jerry’s Pizza was born from a trip to Europe, how his mother and father created the original dough and sauce recipes, and why each pizza took about an hour to make. These days it’s the same quality, delivered MUCH faster, and often to a background of live music or karaoke.

Family-owned and operated business with dough made fresh seven days a week, in May 2019 they will have been in operation for 65 years—no doubt cementing their place as a staple in the community.

Rost Coffee | Tour with Trent

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“I want more of this!”—that was the thought that Rost Coffee owner, Trent, had after he visited a small batch roaster in Columbus 12 years ago. The coffee was mind-blowing, the tastes complex and distinct, and the process carefully managed from the origin of the coffee to the cup. Wanting more led Trent to start Rost Coffee in February 2016 and the best part?

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Casa Del Taco | Tour with Bill & John

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Don’t you just wish Taco Tuesday was every day?! Since starting Casa Del Taco in 1984, Bill knew it was a great town and a fantastic location. After spending some time remodeling the building they got to work on recipes and bringing onboard staff members. And 35 years later, the family tradition continues with one of Bill’s son’s John, from helping out at the age of 13 washing dishes to now running the operation and expanding into a second location on Western Avenue.

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Harper Designs | Tour With Lance & MacKenna

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Since getting started about three years ago, Lance & McKenna Harper of Harper Designs built their business on the side, after noticing people showing interest in what they were creating. While they don’t have a brick and mortar store, you can find their leather earrings and wooden items for sale at pop-up stores in locations around town, like Paper City Coffee.

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