Homestyle dining popular in C-bus


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Homestyle dining popular in C-bus

Jackie Nash

Issue date: 2/29/08
Ohio State students enjoy dining out.

There are numerous eateries near campus to choose from, but most restaurants offer a small menu and a dining experience one step away from fast-food.

Many OSU students have been trying places near campus that serve homemade food in a friendly “mom and pop” atmosphere.

Jack & Benny’s
A popular spot for students to dine, on Hudson and North High streets, is Jack & Benny’s.

Jack & Benny’s is known for its huge breakfast menu and old-fashioned 30 mg paroxetine cuisine. The restaurant serves a variety of pancakes, omelets and breakfast sandwiches.

“We serve ‘comfort food,’ food that just makes you feel good, and students just love it,” said Liberty Garcia, a server at Jack & Benny’s whose family owns the restaurant.

The most popular breakfast meal is the Gut Buster, which has hash browns, potato pancakes, bacon, ham, eggs, sausage and toast, Garcia said. A newer item on the menu is the Farmer Boy omelet, an enormous omelet stuffed with ham, bacon, sausage, hash browns and tomatoes.

Students come to the restaurant on a regular basis.

“We know a lot of people by name,” Garcia said.

The inside of the small restaurant has an old-fashioned décor. The seating consists of 1950s-style booths and a long bar. Two years ago, the restaurant added another room for extra seating, Garcia said.

The walls of the restaurant are engulfed with historic pictures from American pop culture and OSU sports events.

Jack & Benny’s has been around for 13 years and has stayed in the Garcia family.

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