There’s a lot happening in the Columbus restaurant world – here’s the latest!
- Stauf’s Coffee Roasters opens its newest location today at 1334 Neil Ave., in an old church in Victorian Village
- In other coffee news, Crimson Cup announced it will be opening a third Columbus-area coffee shop in Easton’s newest expansion, set to open late 2019 or early 2020
- Trillium Kitchen & Patio closed last week
- Meanwhile, the old downtown Mojoe Lounge space at 149 S. High St. opened this week as Nosh on High, a new tapas-style restaurant
- Wolf’s Ridge Brewing announced it will be taking over the former Four String Brewing production facility and taproom on the west side, to expand their brewing and canning capabilities
- Food Trucks in the Park is this Sunday, Sept. 8 at Selby Park in Worthington, from noon-2 p.m. Ajumama, Kenny’s Meat Wagon, Dos Hermanos, and Pitabilities will all be on site. Proceeds from the day benefit Asia’s Hope
- ROST Coffee has moved out of their Second Street location in Chillicothe and has set up shop temporarily in Rivers Bend Bike Shop. The coffee roaster is planning to open a new space in The Fort on Columbus’ south side.
- High Bank Distillery has released their new Whiskey War barrel-aged rum
- Columbus Oktoberfest is this weekend, Sept. 6-8, at the Ohio Expo Center
- Catie Randazzo of Ambrose & Eve, Jeni Britton Bauer of Jeni’s, and Faith Durand of The Kitchn will appear on Cherry Bombe’s podcast Radio Cherry Bombe. You can attend the recording Thursday, Sept. 19 at Jeni’s HQ by getting tickets here.
This week I’m also writing…
- Meet the Team That Put the Worthington Historic District on the National Register of Historic Places (Experience Worthington)