October 3, 2023


Elegant Food

Friday Meals Bites: Dos Hermanos joins Easton, Scorching Hen opens in Grandview, Every day Growler celebrates 10 years

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There’s all the time rather a lot taking place within the Columbus restaurant world! Right here’s the most recent:

  • Dos Hermanos Tacos will open its new Easton retailer at 3946 Morse Crossing on Monday, Dec. 19. Positioned within the former Edamame house, the brand new storefront includes a full liquor license. It joins Dos Hermanos’ unique meals truck and stalls at each North Market areas.
  • Scorching Hen Takeover opens its latest retailer in the present day, Friday, Dec. 16. It takes over the previous Candy Carrot/Rife’s Market house at 1417 Grandview Ave. This marks its sixth location in Central Ohio and its seventh total.
  • Right now The Daily Growler turns 10 years previous! To have a good time the event at its first retailer (2812 Fishinger Rd. in Higher Arlington), they’re internet hosting meals vehicles, promoting merch, that includes visitor bartenders and particular beer tappings, and extra. They’ve additionally collaborated with Columbus Brewing Firm on a particular IPA brewed only for the event. Find more details here.
  • Business First broke the news this week that North Excessive Brewing will shut its unique Quick North taproom on the finish of the 12 months. This comes amidst main enlargement for the brewery elsewhere, like a forthcoming taproom in Westerville.
  • A number of sources have reported that Saddleberk has closed its stall within the North Market Downtown, citing the necessity to give attention to their North Market Bridge Park store.
  • Royal Flamingo Coffee will put up a pop-up open home at its roastery this Saturday, Dec. 17 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at 1517 Hess St. in Grandview.
  • Final weekend Portia’s Diner re-emerged as a plant-based pizza truck. The diner, a companion to Portia’s Cafe in Clintonville, closed this previous summer time. The cafe itself stays open.
  • Hashi in Granville introduced final week that it has closed. The closure was adopted by a bit on-line drama during which a former worker took over the Instagram feed and posted a message criticizing the homeowners.
  • 614 shared this week {that a} new Korean fried rooster chain known as bb.q rooster is ready to open its first Columbus location someday subsequent week. It will likely be positioned at 17 E. Lane Ave. close to campus.

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