Openings & Announcements
Cameron Mitchell Restaurants announced today that El Segundo Mexican Kitchen, its first Mexican restaurant concept, will open to the community on Tuesday, August 31. It is at the moment hiring for 70 new positions. The new location fills a well-known address in the Limited North — 698 N. Significant St. — which at the time housed the CMR-run delicatessen Harvey & Ed’s and Kent Rigsby’s award-winning Rigsby’s Kitchen area. El Segundo, which will highlight Mexican avenue food items, will have a collection of craft and Mexican beers, a wine listing and a assortment of mezcal and tequila options. The restaurant will be open up for meal and weekend brunch.
The first Columbus location of Agave & Rye, a taqueria, tequila and bourbon chain, is established to just take around the space vacated by Spagio at 1295 Grandview Ave. Agave & Rye’s entrepreneurs, Yavonne and Wade Sarber, are well-known in Columbus. They previously operated (and shut) several restaurants in Central Ohio, like Oliver’s, De-Novo and Manifesto, before launching Agave & Rye in Covington, Kentucky, in 2018. The taqueria chain now has eight locations in four states. The Grandview restaurant will seat 200 guests indoors and 40 guests outdoor.
The entrepreneurs of the food truck Little Ladies Tender Provide announced plans last week to open a retail shop at 673 Worthington Road in Westerville this tumble. The soft serve ice cream shop will be open year-spherical, and the ice product truck will continue to be in operation. Study more about Minimal Girls below.
Non permanent Closings
Momo Ghar’s new Dublin cafe is temporarily closing for repairs and “much-needed R&R,” according to a put up on the restaurant’s social media accounts. The Nepalese/Tibetan restaurant at 2800 Festival Lane will be closed today through Aug. 2, reopening on Aug. 3.
A single of the oldest Buffalo Wild Wings in the nation closed this month at 5240 Bethel Centre Mall. In a Fb post, the franchise explained it would reopen at a new location in Central Ohio someday in the upcoming. The chicken wing chain was originally founded in Columbus as Buffalo Wild Wings & Weck in 1982.
Tickets are now on sale for the 2021 Columbus Espresso Competition, where site visitors can sample coffees from Ohio roasters and espresso shops. The occasion will take place Sept. 25-26 at the Ohio Village, 800 E. 17th Ave.