There’s a lot happening in the Columbus restaurant world! Here’s the latest:
- One Line Coffee shared that they would be reopening their shop on the ground floor of the Huntington Center downtown. The shop was shuttered at the beginning of the pandemic.
- Yellow Brick Pizza owners Faith Pierce and Bobby Silver shared that, with their new location set to open in the forthcoming East Market, they have closed their original Olde Towne East location. Their Franklinton shop remains open.
- Mission Coffee shared that they have moved out of their Italian Village annex and settled into The Fort (2000 S. High St.) on the south side of Columbus. They are currently open just for retail sales of their roasts.
- Rime Time Pops shared they will be doing a “seasonally extended stay” this summer in a stall at the North Market Bridge Park.
- 614 Now reported that the Red Square Grill food truck, which served Russian and Uzbek cuisine on the city’s northwest side, has moved into a brick and mortar at 2525 E. Main St. in Bexley.
- This Sunday, June 13, is Rainbow Love, a family friendly Pride celebration in Old Worthington, with booths from community groups, music, activities, food, specials from local businesses, and more. The event runs from noon to 6 p.m.; see the full details here.
This week I’m also writing:
- Checking out Freedom a la Cart’s new downtown cafe