Cafe Bella Closes Doors After 20 Years in Business
Old North restaurant Cafe Bella announced today that they have officially closed their doors for good. Located at 2593 North High Street, the restaurant has served customers for the past twenty years.
Cafe Bella co-owner Emily Pearson informed Columbus Underground today about the closure, thanking friends and customers for their support. The restaurant was originally opened by Carlo Borgia, and was sold to Pearson and husband Vincent Withers a decade ago.
The restaurant was known for it’s daily menu updates, BYOB drink accommodations, and garden-to-table produce.
For more information, visit www.cafebellacolumbus.com.