Cuisine: Breakfast, Lunch Dinner and Late Night(?)
Clintonville / No Man’s Land between Clintonville and Worthington (depends whom you ask)
Across from Pig Iron BBQ – 5295 N. High St
RT’s Grill started serving food at soccer and baseball games. The R & T are Rob and Tina. They were having lunch at Pig Iron one day, saw the empty lot across the street then decided to try out the location. R & T opened at their present spot the third week of July. Business is slow but steady. Rob and Tina assisted by their friend Mike, plan to give late night a try this weekend from 7 pm to 1 or 2 am.
The menu lists breakfast and lunch basics. We defer to Breakfast with Nick for the morning fare review. Lunch includes hamburgers, hot dogs, chicken sandwiches and such as well as a daily special. The specials vary but include chicken and noodles, meatloaf and other home cooked dinner favorites.
The bologna sandwich was sampled on the recon visit. It was thickly sliced and grilled. Serving options included cheese, tomato, onion and pickles.