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4 More Vendors Selected for North Market Bridge Park

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Four additional vendors have been announced for North Market Bridge Park.

Two are vendors North Market goers will recognize – Black Radish Creamery and Dos Hermanos will double down on North Market locations, while new purveyors Flowers & Bread and Falafel Kitchen will join the lineup.

North Market Bridge Park announced its first five of an eventual 19 vendors in November, including The Dublin Farmer’s Daughter, Coastal Local Seafood, MoMo Ghar, Dough Mama and Market Bar. Additional vendors will be announced in the coming months, leading up to a summer 2020 opening.

North Market Bridge Park will be smaller than the original, occupying 30,000 square feet of space at 6736 Longshore St. in Dublin.

Black Radish Creamery

Black Radish Creamery will expand its retail presence, operating stalls at both North Market locations. The cheesemaker open at the market in 2016 and started crafting their own cheese in 2017.

Black Radish Creamery will offer a selection similar to their current shop, including locally made to international cheeses, artisan crackers, Black Radish Creamery-made preserves, caviar, truffles, and more specialty items.

“Our Bridge Park location will highlight Ohio-made artisanal goods including our own handcrafted cheeses and fruit preserves,” says Founder Anne Reese. “A cut-to-order style cheese counter with a seasonally curated selection of American and imported cheeses will be prominent. We’re also adding an enhanced cheese-centric food menu.”

Events will also continue to be on the menu, with wine and beer pairings, parmigiano-reggiano wheel cracking and cheese classes.

For more information, visit blackradishcreamery.com.

Concept rendering of the proposed stall for Black Radish Creamery at North Market Bridge Park. Image provided by Black Radish Creamery.

Dos Hermanos

Dos Hermanos will add another location to feast on their Oaxacan-style recipes to their busy lineup

What started as a taco truck in 2012 has become a thriving business with soon-to-be two North Market locations, two mobile food trucks, a taco cart, drop off catering services, a concession stand in the Convention Center, and reign of a new commissary kitchen at Food Fort 2.0.

Dos Hermanos offers a menu of classic Mexican Street Tacos, their signature Dos Hermanos Tacos with choice of meat, lettuce, cheese, pico de gallo, onions, cilantro and salsa, Burritos (and burritos in bowl form), Quesadillas and more.

For more information, visit doshermanoscolumbus.com.

Concept artwork for Dos Hermanos at North Market Bridge Park. Image provided by Dos Hermanos.

Flowers & Bread

Clintonville’s Flowers & Bread will bring its fresh flowers and artisanal breads to Dublin.

The North Market location will offer a full-service floral studio that includes workshops on vase arrangements, garden planning and wreath-making.

That won’t be the only experiential component. Customers can build their own gift box from a selection of  jams, bread, honey, candles and pastries. Flowers & Bread will also stock more pantry essentials like coffees, teas, chocolates and local honey.

“The Flowers & Bread concept has an interactive component that Bridge Park market-goers are going to love,” says Executive Director Rick Harrison Wolfe.

As for eats, the stall will offer a sourdough bread display, as well as a curated seasonal product line of pastries.

For more information, visit flowersandbread.com.

Concept rendering of the proposed stall for Flowers & Bread at North Market Bridge Park. Image provided by Grace K Designs.

Falafel Kitchen

Falafel is the focus at this new concept from the family behind Mazah Mediterranean Eatery in Grandview.

The all-vegetarian, falafel-centric menu will feature pita pockets with fresh, piping hot falafels, homemade pickles and tahini sauce. Made-from-scratch salads, grape leaves, fresh spinach pies and zaatar bread will also be available.

“My goal has always been to open up a small, friendly kitchen and have everyone leave my doors smelling of falafels with full bellies and big smiles on their faces,” says Owner Katy Ailabouni.

Follow Falafel Kitchen on Instagram.

Concept of the Falafel Kitchen signage at North Market Bridge Park. Image provided by Falafel Kitchen.

For more information, visit northmarket.com.

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