Reviews and Press

55 descendant a step above its predecessor

The Columbus Dispatch Restaurant Review, 2002. Once part of the 55 Restaurant Group, Polaris Grill was bought by two former 55 managers and features several signature dishes from the 55 group's heyday, when it was the dominant restaurant operation in town. And as you...

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Mardi Gras lineup a parade of Big Easy flavors

The Columbus Dispatch, January 26, 2006 Cajun Flavors: Polaris Grill is featuring its sixth annual Mardi Gras menu, unusual in that it is offered at lunch and dinner. The mainstay jambalaya is a good buy at $15.95. The super-large bowl contains enough for two people:...

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Calamari: A Good Start

The Columbus Dispatch Menu Review, 2007 The stars of Polaris Grill's new Floribbean menu might well be the two appetizers. Calamari ($8.95) are crisply fried with a very thin coating of breading and served with a lemon-and-garlic mayonnaise and a mild red-pepper...

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New twists complement old favorites

The Columbus Dispatch, Thursday, January 15, 2009 While the Polaris Grill has its old standbys—such as the 55 house salad made famous by the long-extinct FiftyFive restaurant group—the menu continues to evolve. The appetizer section from chef Jeff Burris has an...

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Cuisine visits the tropics

Cuisine visits the tropics The Columbus Dispatch, Thursday, July 1, 2010 Anyone who misses the specialties of the 55 Group should know: The place to go is the Polaris Grill. With a spot on the menu, the 55 House Salad ($4.95) seems to have a better assortment of...

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