Exploring New Worlds of Flavor
Located in the heart of Merion Village on Columbus’ South High Street, Explorers Club is THE place for delicious flavors and unique ingredients in a relaxed and super-friendly atmosphere. Tracy and Orlando invite you on a culinary adventure of amazing dishes that are delicious to eat and sure to please!
The Explorers Club will be closed for dinner on Sunday, January 25 for an Employee Recognition Party Night. It’s our way to thank our wonderful and hardworking staff.
Roger Williams is a Columbus artist who has been exhibiting in Ohio and NYC for over 25 years. His work is part of many important collections including the Puzzuti Collection, the Columbus Museum of Art, the United Nations and the Puffin Foundation West. The Explorers Club is thrilled to be able to present a Columbus artist whose work is so well known and respected nationally. Roger Williams’ work will be available for viewing at the Explorers Club starting on the evening of Sunday, January 11, 2015. Read more »
Did you know that the South Side was once mostly Hungarian? In fact once present day Merion Village was known as Hungarian Village, although many different peoples from Eastern Europe settled there. The area was home to people from Hungary, Germany, Croatia, Serbia and also Columbus’ early Jewish population. The South Side Settlement House was founded in 1899 to assist those early immigrants learn English and adjust to life in America. The Hungarian Reformed Church (on Woodrow Avenue) still stands and operates as a Church. Every 2nd Wednesday of the month is Hungarian Night at the Explorers Club to honor the Hungarian history and heritage of the South Side. On February 11 the Explorers Club’s Hungarian Night will feature Bab Leves, Beef Goulyash and Dobos Torte. Read more »