Friday Food Bites: September 3, 2021

September 3, 2021

Image courtesy of Hungarian Butcher

There’s a lot happening in the Columbus restaurant world! Here’s the latest:

  • Dan Varga, aka the Hungarian Butcher, announced this week that he’ll be opening a shop at 2177 W. Dublin-Granville Rd. in Linworth this fall.
  • Tasty Dawg has opened their restaurant at 107 S. High St. downtown
  • Next week Tuesday, Sept. 7, Carfagna’s Famous Produce & Ristorante opens in its new location at 1440 Gemini Place near Polaris. The expanded premises include a full grocery store, restaurant, and bar.
  • Over the past couple weeks, the forthcoming East Market in the Trolley Barn District teased some of its vendors: Trolley Barn Chicken, Yellow Brick Pizza, Koso (a concept from Diaspora), Pitabilities, Macho Taco, Creole2Geaux, The Butcher & Grocer.
  • Business First reported that Grow Restaurants is opening a new concept called The Silo in its Harvest Pizzeria space in the Brewery District space. The Silo will feature cocktails, beer, wines, small plates, and pizzas.
  • The annual Columbus Greek Festival is Friday to Monday, Sept. 3-6.
  • The Dispatch reported that Johnny’s Italian Steakhouse is coming as part of the new Hilton Garden Inn being built at Morse and Sunbury Roads.

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