Author: E & J

The Everyday Watch

We were recently given the opportunity to review Jord’s wooden watches. Now, we didn’t review all of the watches; we only received one glamorous wooden model — the Conway. This watch is great. It has 3 dials — seconds, minutes, and something else (not sure what it counts) and the calendar date. It has links that you can add or remove in case your wrist size fluctuates due to excess sodium intake from that large slice of pizza you may have eaten drunk the night before.   It also looks great in images with food in case you are in need of an added accessory in your photo. The wood (splinter free!) provides a nice, subtle charm that is great to wear in casual and dressy settings.    It’s also a great accessory in helping your hand in holding things. Yes, that is a Harry Potter wand in the middle. Are you excited about wooden watches now? Enter the sweepstakes below and you could win $100 off your very own non-splinter, multi-dial watch with calendar date. But really, this …

Our Experience with the Poké Mon!

In the last decade, sushi has become a relatively common staple here in Mid-Western Columbus. In the search of something new, it’s time to switch things up a little. Introducing the next step in the evolution of sushi; or is it more of a deconstruction? Poké has been popular on the West Coast and among the pacific islands for ages, and now it’s touched down on the shores of the 614. The 2 captains of this ship are Mico and Nile of Hai Poké. As the first to introduce this dish to a broader audience in Columbus, these guys are making a big splash. The duo started out in 2015 slinging Poké bowls out of various local joints (which they still do to this day). The concept started picking up so much momentum that now, just a short year later, they have their very own food-truck. We’ve also got the scoop that they’re looking to open a brick and mortar very soon right in the Short North. Dem boys on the come up! So what exactly is …

Meals on Demand with DoorDash

Man, did we wake up rough on Sunday morning. That’s the downfall of not going out that often anymore; when you actually do make it out, it hits you very hard the next day. After a gym session to sweat out the booze, I had a fleeting burst of energy. I quickly grabbed Ewa and we went to go run errands. We chose our wedding cake, went to Whole Foods for a snack (mainly free samples), did some grocery shopping and had a bomb @$$ meal courtesy of Fukuryu Ramen. By the time we got home at 7pm, we were KO’d. While slothing out, we saw on Instagram that DoorDash was now delivering in Columbus. This was the perfect time to give the food delivery service a try. Ewa downloaded the app and setup her account. Just took a few moments. Once inside the app, it was very easy to get around. We can definitely appreciate an intuitive user interface. This is especially true when you’re tired and hungry — there should be no roadblocks to food. …