Columbus Site lets you See Before you Eat

The Big Dawg at Thurman's. Photo courtesy of FoodQuest.com.

The Big Dawg at Thurman’s. Photo courtesy of FoodQuest.com.

Ever wondered exactly what you might be getting when you order at a restaurant? The menu description might sound delightful, but what does it look like? How big are the portions? Is it appealing to the eye? Did anyone else enjoy the dish?

Columbus based FoodQuest.com features a desktop and mobile version so you can see what the food looks like before you order! There is no app to download and it’s free to use. So the next time you head to Columbus be sure to check out FoodQuest.com, new places are being added every day.

Heather Blackmon-doForno

About: Heather Blackmon-doForno

As a member of the Ohio State University Marching Band, I quickly grew to appreciate the dedication and pride each Big Ten Marching Band exhibits, as well as the traditions, history and culture of each school they represent. Being a passionate world traveler, my trips to Big Ten schools have always involved an effort to go beyond the game, scoping out the best local places to eat, delving into local history, viewing the campus architecture and learning about quirky folklore.