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Restaurant Review: BLunch

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Restaurant Review: BLunch

The conversation about Brunch and Drunch and now BLunch has already occurred a million times. Having tried the first one in a variety of places and the second one a few months ago, hitting BLunch was fairly inevitable. There’s a bit of a trick to timing a visit at the newbie. While brunches generally, and […]

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New Clintonville Cafe Offers Breakfast and Lunch

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega New Clintonville Cafe Offers Breakfast and Lunch

True to its name, BLunch, now open in Clintonville, offers a daily spot for breakfast and lunch to the neighborhood. Nestled in a little strip that’s home to Condado’s upcoming location and Lineage Brewing, BLunch intends to broaden the options available to the community’s shoppers, walkers and socializers. Husband and wife co-owners Jane and Jeff […]

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Restaurant Review: Cravings Cafe

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Restaurant Review: Cravings Cafe

Cravings Cafe is back. It’s back in a new spot, all by itself on a long stretch of Front Street. A couple years ago, it had a successful run as a carryout cafe in Italian Village. Its new address has more space for seating than the operation had in its old digs. The seats, though, […]

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Local No More: Bob Evans Sells Retail Business

Walker Evans Walker Evans Local No More: Bob Evans Sells Retail Business

Earlier this year, New Albany-based Bob Evans sold off the restaurant side of its business to a California-based investment firm, retaining the retail side of the company that prepares and sells foods primarily through grocery store outlets. Yesterday, the company announced that it would be unloading the retail business to Post Holdings — a Missouri-based […]

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Belgian Iron Wafel Co. Plans Winter Opening in Short North

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Belgian Iron Wafel Co. Plans Winter Opening in Short North

Come November, the Short North will welcome a new morning destination. Belgian Iron Wafel Co. will take over the building at 19 W. Russell St., bringing a unique approach to waffles and an earlier breakfast and espresso spot to the neighborhood. “I’ve always wanted to own my own business,” said co-owner Aimee Harper, a civil […]

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Restaurant Review: City Egg

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Restaurant Review: City Egg

It’s early in the game, but City Egg is thinking in terms of plurals. Its website is already CityEggRestaurants.com (with an “s”) and it displays a “locations” button at the top of the page. But really, there’s just one City Egg. And it launched in June in Columbus on the northwest side. City Egg is […]

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First Watch Will Bring Breakfast to the Gateway in July

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega First Watch Will Bring Breakfast to the Gateway in July

National brand First Watch is opening its ninth Columbus breakfast, brunch and lunch spot at the Gateway. The Florida-based restaurant, which boasts a lack of deep fryers and heat lamps, will bring its service to a new market run by University District residents, students, alumni and staff. Public Relations and Communications Manager Eleni Kouvatsos said […]

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