is a section of Columbus I never new existed. It's
called German Village and is South of downtown.
Cobblestone streets, old world feel, and at least one
great restaurant - Schmidt's Sausage Haus. Been
around since 1886.
menu is full service German, but they are famous for their
sausages, which they make themselves.
I tried the "Bahama Mama" with potato pancakes
(left) and the Fresh Bratwurst with green beans and
spatzel (right). For desert, a half pound cream
Bahama Mama is their version of an adult wiener - coarse
ground beef and pork in a natural casing, hickory smoked,
and on the hot side. Served on a New England style
top split hot dog bun. Exceptional.