There’s a lot happening in the Columbus restaurant world; here’s the latest for this week:
- Columbus Monthly reported this week that Veritas owner Josh Dalton is teaming up with Edwards Companies to develop a series of new businesses at the intersection of Gay and High Streets downtown, including a French bistro, a wine shop called Accent By Veritas, and Speck Italian Eatery, which will move from downtown Delaware.
- The Worthington Farmers Market moves indoors to The Shops at Worthington Place for the season starting this Saturday, Nov. 7. Read more about the move here.
- Business First reported this week that Cameron Mitchell Restaurants will open a Mexican-themed eatery called El Segundo in the old Harvey & Ed’s space, at 698 N. High St. in the Short North
- Zaftig Brewing hosts its annual Ol’ Rugger release tomorrow, Nov. 7, from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Bottles of the high-ABV stout are only available to those with pre-selected lottery tickets, but multiple variations will be on tap and food trucks will park out front throughout the day.
- The Greater Columbus Convention Center is launching a new series of socially distanced date nights in its ballrooms, starting with A Magical Dining Experience, a three-course dinner paired with a magic show from Drew Murray on Friday, Nov. 13
This week I’m also writing:
- Brunch Boxes from Columbus Food Adventures!
- A look at Crimson Cup’s new store Crimson at Easton
- Now Available: Worthington Gift Boxes (Experience Worthington)
- The Worthington Farmers Market Moves Indoors November 7 (Experience Worthington)