Quality Inn & Suites South/Obetz
4850 Frusta Drive
Obetz, OH 43207
Phone: (614) 497-9600
Fax: (614) 497-3210
4850 Frusta Drive, Obetz, OH, US, 43207
- Phone: (614) 497-9600
- Fax: (614) 497-3210
This shopping center includes a Big Lots store, where you can find thousands of great deals on name brand items at closeout prices, as well as a variety of other specialty shops and services.
Over 75 fine restaurants and specialty stores are located at this mall where you can buy something for everyone including apparel, art, shoes, gifts, accessories, and much more.
One of the largest antique shops in the area, this multiple dealer antique mall is also the oldest antique mall in Columbus and features five floors that host over 70 antique dealers selling vintage housewares.
Considered to be the oldest store of its kind in the country, this gallery has been providing fine handcrafted gifts such as unique jewelry and artistic works and sculptures in clay, metal, and wood for over 60 years.
Operated in an 1864 school house, this hobby shop offers such goods as quilts, afghans, toys, wood items, bird houses, and much more with some of the items made by local seniors.
Packed into a humble little building in the center of German Village is the Book Loft, a multilevel maze of books, books, books. The place feels a bit like Yoda's house with its low ceilings and tiny stairways from one level to another. But it's fitting. German Village is a bunch of little bungalows, and this is a slightly overgrown one packed to the gills with bargain-priced volumes. The bargain pricing doesn't mean the selection is limited however. If there's a book to be found, it's to be found here, so long as you're willing to brave a trek through its many cavernous passageways. See website for online ordering, t-shirt club info and more.
The Monk's Copy Shop, in the heart of Downtown Columbus, is something of an oddity. It's a full service copy shop, serving local businesses honorably. But as you walk by, you're struck by their window display: tons and tons of gorgeous handmade pottery, all for sale at extremely reasonable prices. Seriously, at a proper art gallery, these pieces would fetch exponentially more than the modest USD 5 and USD 10 price tags they command here. Asked Why the pottery? one clerk replied (clearly having answered this question many a time), "Well, we're a copy shop. What else would we put in the window?" Touché.
Revolving around the many delicious and numerous uses to which the versatile peanut may be put, this gourmet shop specializes in a wide variety of fresh nuts and candies.
Starting off by selling designer brochures and business cards created by its then 12-year-old entrepreneur, the Robert Mason Company is one of those stores that makes dull office supplies interesting and unique. This boutique office, school and stationery store, in downtown Columbus, is known for their customized services and products.
Village Wines and Bistro is a restaurant, bar and wine shop, all in one location. The restaurant menu features a nice range of seafood and meat deliciously prepared with herbs, sauces and spices, with international recipes blended in. Seafood lovers can devour crab cakes, Linguine and Clams, and Smoked Salmon Bruschetta. Asian Pork Lettuce Wraps and Steak & Guinness Pie are sure to please the meat aficionado. For some of the best offerings of the restaurant, choose from their list of daily specials. An extensive list of beers and wines are available to complement your food. The wine shop will be a true delight for the oenophile.
This trendy downtown record store is the destination for music in the city of Columbus. Offering rare vinyls of new and classic bands and artists, as well as CDs, Spoonful Records is an affordable and unique establishment. The in-store atmosphere is laid-back and relaxed with tunes playing in the background and a pinball machine for customers to enjoy.
Whether hunting or fishing, they will help you find the best firearm or rod for the job.