There’s a lot happening in the Columbus restaurant world – here’s the latest!
- Yesterday, May 21, Ohio restaurants were allowed to open for dine-in service with some restrictions (spacing between customers, limited seating, cleaning protocols). Many restaurants have opened, while just as many are choosing to do carryout or delivery only.
- Sang Lakhani and Jen Marlatt, owners of The Table in the Short North, announced this week they are putting the restaurant up for sale as a turn-key operation.
- The Pearl Market opens for the season today. The market is held Tuesdays and Fridays from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. through Oct. 16. You can shop in person, do pedestrian pickup, or curbside pickup.
- Matt Heaggans, co-owner of Ambrose & Eve and Preston’s Burgers, announced that he won’t be returning to Ambrose & Eve when it reopens next month.
This week I’m also writing:
- Best Breakfasts in Columbus (Columbus Monthly)
- Carryout, Delivery, and Patio Openings – What’s New at Columbus Breweries (Experience Columbus)
- What Patios Are Open in Worthington? (Experience Worthington)
- Restaurateurs Doing Good During the Coronavirus Crisis (Experience Columbus)
- Recipes from Columbus Chefs (Experience Columbus)
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