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Si Señor Opens Third Location on the Scioto Mile

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Si Señor Opens Third Location on the Scioto Mile
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Though it was a quiet one, Si Señor celebrated the opening of their newest location in August. Following the restaurant’s Grandview debut, Si Señor has set up shop in the old Columbia Gas building at 200 Civic Center Drive, and it’s been catering to the needs of the building’s office workers.

The process started about a year ago, when Perez was approached by the building’s owners, Robert Meyers and partners.

“This is something that just happened. We didn’t plan it,” Perez said. “They needed a restaurant, and they came to us.”

The space is different from those Downtown and in Grandview. Being part of the building (and lacking an exterior sign), it’s a bit hidden from the public eye. Perez said they’ve largely been feeding the 80 to 100 people that use the building. Between that one and the one next door, he said they have hundreds of built-in customers. Now, they’re ready to start serving the greater community.

Along with their regular menu of Peruvian sandwiches, salads, sweets and empanadas, the Scioto Mile location of Si Señor offers a breakfast option. Their BTA breakfast sandwich combines bacon, tomato, avocado, cheese and cilantro mayo. It’s topped with a fried egg and sits on their signature baby ciabatta roll, accompanied by home fries.

Si Señor on the Scioto Mile has different hours to accommodate their new breakfast menu. They’re open from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. Their menu is also available for delivery through Foodie and UberEATS.

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