Beautiful place. Everything is very tasty. Service is very good. I would like to come back again in a soon time.
I brought my son here on our last morning in town. The food was excellent! The Rock Me Amadeus coffee was perfect. We will definitely be back when we visit again! One thing to be aware of is that while they open at 8 for coffee and pastries, the kitchen proper does not open until 9. This, in my opinion,... More
The locally-owed restaurant is a great place for coffee, brunch or a lunch date. Service is excellent and the restaurant is clean and inviting. They offer a wide variety of scones, cookies, pastries and cakes, all made in-house. I had an almond raspberry cookie on my last visit and it was to-die-for good. Entrees are also well-prepared and portions are... More
I recently held my partner's SURPRISE 50th Birthday Party here and it went off without a hitch! The food was excellent, the servers/bartenders were spot on, the banquet room was immaculate and best of all, we pulled it off without her knowing! Kudos Mozart's!
I have been to Mozarts on several occasions and had a nice time each time. Afternoon tea is very nice although a bit expensive in my opinion. At one time I chose Mozarts for a group luncheon. The food was good but we were one of many groups in one big room which made it difficult to really enjoy our... More
on June 12, 2015 I had my wedding reception in the Beechwold Tavern room for 37 guests. The reception included canapés, cocktails, dinner and desert. The entire team did an amazing job taking care of all of our family and friends. It was just as we hoped it would be. The food was awesome and the attention to every detail... More
My daughter, my granddaughter, and I celebrated my granddaughter's ninth birthday with breakfast at Mozart's yesterday. Deborah our waitress was charming and so kind, she made the birthday celebration even more special than it was. The food was wonderful, we each enjoyed something different and our memories will linger for a long time, probably forever. Thank you Deborah and Mozart's.
I will begin my comments with the disclosure that I do not often review "local" venues here in Columbus. Most of my reviews are of venues that I have visited when traveling. However, every now and then, there is a local venue that I feel is one of the "best kept secrets" in the Columbus Ohio area...and perhaps, Mozart's Café... More
On my recent return to Columbus, Ohio, for the ROLLING STONES concert, I had to stop in to check out the 'new' Mozart's on High Street a few blocks South of Morse Road. Many times I have been to the 'old' Mozart's on Indianola Avenue and I had to see if they were still great and still had the "Taste... More
We went to Mozart because we wanted to try Hungarian cuisine. The place is kind of far from city center - appr. 20 min by car. It has big parking so it was not a problem. Food is great; we had goulash for soup, and chicken paprikash and beefstroganoff for entrée. It’s very romantic place – feels like you are... More
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