Known as “The Birthplace of the Tomato,” Reynoldsburg is also known for their rich history. In the 19th century the first tomato was bred for commercial use right in Reynoldsburg. Aside from tomatoes and a rich history, Reynoldsburg hosts a variety of festivals throughout the year, has many dining options and other amenities to keep residents busy year-round.
60 restaurants including fast food, chain restaurants and local favorites can be found all around Reynoldsburg. Scali’s Italian Restaurant will deliver you a delicious steak or stop by Hickory House for some tasty ribs. Prost Beer and Wine Café is the perfect happy hour spot with great drinks and eclectic food.
Blacklick Woods is a Reynoldsburg favorite. The park has a 72-hole golf course, a four-mile walking and biking trail along with a wildlife and nature center. Pine Quarry Park is another outdoor space that is covered in limestone quarry with walking paths and tennis courts, playgrounds and baseball diamonds right next door. National Trail Raceway and Taylor Square (shopping) are also fun places to visit.
Every August Reynoldsburg holds the annual Tomato Festival to celebrate the city being the birthplace of the Tomato. Also in August, there is the annual Taste of Reynoldsburg featuring different restaurants and a fun atmosphere for children. The Mount Caramel Fitness Challenge is held annually every Labor Day and gives runners a chance to complete a half-marathon or a 5k.