Last Saturday Katie and Elaine somehow managed to get their butts out of bed to go watch the Columbus Half Marathon. You might be thinking that watching a bunch of strangers run wouldn't be that fun. Well - you would be correct. Lucky for us, our friend and co-worker Josefa was running so we were on a mission to find her.
After scouring the city near and far to find Josefa, we failed. Turns out she was a speed demon that day and finished before we were able to see her. Although we didn't run 13.1 miles like the half-marathoners, we did walk over 2 miles to the finish line at the Columbus Commons so we were hungry. We decided to just pick a place on our over 2 mile walk home, and that place turned out to be Knead. The cool thing about Knead is that every ingredient they use is locally produced and locally grown.
We got there around noon so we could have chose from their lunch or brunch menus. Katie's roommate Anita was with us, and all three of us went for brunch. Anita and I both decided to their one of their specials for the day: frittata's with arugula, garlic and onion with a side of potatoes. They were fantastic! Anita is somewhat allergic to eggs, but still loved them even after she began to feel the side effects! Katie went with the french toast. It looked and tasted phenomenal!
Our first Knead experience was a success! After watching all the marathon runners and how happy they were as they crossed the finish line, we all decided that is something we should do in the future. For a good breakfast, try Knead, and beware - if you go watch a marathon you will undoubtedly feel the KNEAD to start running as well!