There’s all the time so much taking place within the Columbus restaurant world! Right here’s the most recent:

  • This week the Columbus Dispatch broke the information that the Chef-O-Nette, the Higher Arlington diner that’s been open since 1955, closed for a number of months whereas new house owners revamped it. The present proprietor, Harlan Howard, is retiring after having labored there since he was a child (he purchased the diner from his father in 1993). The brand new house owners are the parents behind Previous Bag of Nails.
  • Yesterday the organizers of Man Fieri’s Flavortown Fest introduced that it has been canceled. It was set for June 1-2 this yr on the grounds of Chemical Abstracts Providers. No particular motive for the cancellation has been given, apart from “unexpected penalties.”
  • Cameron Mitchell Eating places introduced this week that El Segundo Mexican Kitchen within the Quick North will shut after this Sunday, March 3.
  • Crimson Cup’s flagship retailer Crimson, which began at Easton, introduced a brand new location coming to West Lane Avenue close to campus.
  • And Qamaria Yemeni Espresso Co. is bringing one other location to 8911 S. Previous State Rd. in Lewis Heart. A precise opening date hasn’t been introduced but. Take a look at Qamaria’s espresso store in Hilliard!
  • Additionally in Columbus espresso information, Royal Flamingo Coffee introduced dwelling a silver medal in filter espresso on the Golden Bean World Collection in Melbourne, Australia this week!
  • Pastimes Pub & Grill opens its latest location – its fourth general – at 775 Yard St. in Grandview Yard this Monday, March 4.
  • Budd Dairy food Corridor will debut its new everlasting vendor, Marlow’s Cheesesteaks, on Tuesday, March 5. Marlow’s had beforehand popped up within the Hatch incubator house; the Philadelphia-style sandwich store has a location in Gahanna already.
  • Bubbly Corridor in New Albany can be including two new distributors. El Burrito Bowl opened earlier this week, and Hibachi Run debuts on Sunday, March 3.
  • Peace, Love, and Little Donuts closed their Higher Arlington location at 2110 W. Henderson Rd. The Previous Worthington retailer stays open.
  • Red Rabbit Ramen, the cart parked at Echo Spirits, is searching for new house owners. The Ramsey household is shifting to Seattle and the cart is up on the market. Its final week in enterprise will likely be subsequent week.
  • Le Macaron French Pastries opened not too long ago at 997 N. Excessive St. within the Quick North, serving macarons, gelato, pastries, and low.
  • In line with on-line studies, Rio Fresh Cafe has reopened its Quick North location at 747 N. Excessive St.

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