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alt.eats.columbus: Kolache Republic

So, kolaches. Texans assert that they’re a Texas thing. Minnesotans may claim that they’re spelled ‘kolacky’, and have dubbed Montgomery, Minnesota the ‘kolacky capital of the world’. Iowans… well, they make claims, too… yeah, thanks for the input, Iowa… Read more

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Columbus Underground: Kolache Republic Now Open

European pastries, even though they all have names that sound alike, are as different as the countries from which they originally hail. In Columbus, we’ve been able to enjoy some of the best German suessigkeiten at Juergen’s, savor authentic French cannelés at Pistacia Vera, and indulge in Austrian kaiserschmarr’n occasionally at Mozart’s Piano Bar &…

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ThisWeek German Village: Czech Treat

A Czech treat that’s been pretty difficult to find in Columbus is the specialty of a new store in the Brewery District. Kolache Republic Cafe & Bakery has taken over 800 square feet of space at 730 S. High St. The idea was born long ago in Rick Jardiolin’s hometown of Katy, Texas… Read more

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(614) Magazine: Sweet Tooth

If you’re a born and raised Ohioan, chances are you’re not extremely familiar with the kolache (pronounced koh-lah-chee), an amazingly versatile pastry with Czech origins. Luckily, it’s a problem that can finally be remedied thanks to Kolache Republic… Read more

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