The Northstar Cafe

 
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Carefully prepared cuisine paired with a unique urban ambience
Whether you're in the mood for a warm scone and a mug of the richest organic coffee in town, or you're ready for a frosty micro-brew and an appetizer, Northstar Cafe has what you need.

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    • mickwoofboy
      mickwoofboy Over a year ago
      Hates it

      construction
      it's hard to eat when so much construction is going on around. will come back and re review when it is quiter

    • fashionqueencmh
      fashionqueencmh Over a year ago

      good food
      small menu that hasn't changed in years. try the flatbreads and Buddha bowls

    • rgbtexex
      rgbtexex Over a year ago

      Try the Big Cowboy Breakfast - Awesome brunch in the Short North. This place is hoppin' on a January afternoon!

    • dotherobot6
      dotherobot6 Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Hipster hangout for vegetarians
      The Northstar Cafe now boasts two locations (one in the Short North and one in Clintonville). Rarely will you find Northstar when it's not packed to the brim with hungry vegetarians. But the food is really great -- and you go up to a counter, order, sit down and wait for someone to bring it out to you. So there's no tipping a waitress. And while you're waiting, you can browse a fashion or gay rag from the huge magazine rack in the dining area. Not sure what to try? For lunch or dinner, order a huge vegetarian burger served alongside a simple salad... or a scrumptious BBQ burrito served with tortilla chips and salsa... or a tofu-filled Buddha Bowl, which is peanut yogurt sauce with steamed brocolli, carrots, cabbage and rice. For breakfast, definitely nab an egg sandwich and a house blend coffee with soy milk.

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