One of the best parts of exploring Columbus? The food! Our local chefs are insistent about quality, innovation and flavor. So pack your appetite, and make a “must eat” list of your favorite Columbus restaurants, bistros and sidewalk cafes.
all out inspired Trip Ideas
Let these ideas inspire you with ways to go all out in Columbus, Georgia!
Columbus Goes All Out Green for St. Patrick’s Day Weekend!
Columbus has a St. Patrick’s Day full of things to do that will leave you feeling the luck of the Irish. Whether it be shaving it all off for St. Baldrick’s Foundation, grabbing a pint at Scruffy Murphy’s Irish Pub & Eatery, heel clicking past the finish line in true leprechaun style in the Big Dog Fleet Feet St. Paddy’s 5k race, or doing an Irish jig out on Broadway while enjoying the outdoor band concerts, you are bound to have a shamROCKIN’ time! St. Patrick’s Day falls
Cocktails in Columbus
Columbus is loved by locals and visitors alike for its old-town charm, family-owned boutiques and friendly community. While we enjoy everything that Uptown has to offer, our favorite activities include working our way through the cocktails that have been artfully crafted by local bars and restaurants. And while we haven’t had the chance to try them all, we’ve rounded out our 9 favorites and where to find them to make your trip fun and adventurous in more ways than one!
Where Culinary Meets History: Columbus Eats Food Tours
Imagine a history lesson that goes beyond a classroom, but actually immerses you front and center of the topic and provides tasty snacks and refreshing cocktails to boot. Columbus Eats Food Tours does just that and so much more.
Market Days on Broadway
Every Saturday morning, Columbus holds a special event called Market Days. The event takes place on one of the main hot spots, Broadway – in an area fondly referred to as Uptown Columbus.
Zip Line over the Chattahoochee River
Know what’s cooler than straddling a state line? Zip lining across one. Do you know the only place in the country where you can zip line across a state line? Here – in Columbus, Georgia.