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4 Reasons to Shop at Your Farmers Market – Especially During COVID-19

The Pearl Market The Pearl Market 4 Reasons to Shop at Your Farmers Market – Especially During COVID-19

Are you using that extra time working from home to hone your cooking skills? If so, you’re like 58% of people who say they are “cooking more frequently at home compared to the same time last year” according to this July 2020 survey by the OSU Food Waste Collective. If your fridge has been more […]

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Pistacia Vera Leaving North Market

Susan Post Susan Post Pistacia Vera Leaving North Market

After six and a half years, Pistacia Vera has departed the North Market. The popular German Village bakery opened its second location at the North Market, 59 Spruce St., in December 2013. The continued uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus pandemic influenced Pistacia Vera’s decision to close. “We unfortunately have made the difficult decision to permanently close […]

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DeVine Tastings & Dining Taking Over Former Home of Tastings

Susan Post Susan Post DeVine Tastings & Dining Taking Over Former Home of Tastings

The wine will remain self-service, but almost everything else is changing when it comes to the experience at 958 N. High St. in the Short North. Indianapolis-based wine shop Tastings called it quits after three years in Columbus in March 2020, and will now be replaced by DeVine Tastings & Dining. Syam Duddela is taking […]

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Kolache Republic Sets an Opening Date for Daily Growler Location

Susan Post Susan Post Kolache Republic Sets an Opening Date for Daily Growler Location

Kolache Republic fans can get a sneak peek of the eatery’s new location before it launches regular hours next week. Taking up residence inside The Daily Growler in the Brewery District, Kolache Republic will once again be serving eats on South High Street from 5 – 8 p.m. today, Friday, July 31, and tomorrow, Saturday, […]

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Clintonville’s BLunch Closes Doors

Susan Post Susan Post Clintonville’s BLunch Closes Doors

This Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 31 – August 2, are diners’ last chance to grab brunch at BLunch. The Clintonville brunch spot at 2973 N. High St. announced its impending closure in a social media post. “We are so sad to be leaving this great community, but the pandemic has taken its toll on […]

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Long-Awaited What the Waffle Opens in KLD

Susan Post Susan Post Long-Awaited What the Waffle Opens in KLD

What the Waffle will make its official debut as a stand-alone restaurant this Saturday, August 1 at 695 E. Long St. in the King-Lincoln District. What the Waffle first introduced its waffles to the masses in 2016 as a part of the Food Hub at 1117 Oak St. in Olde Towne East. From the beginning, […]

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Service! Moves to New Phase with Hospitality Worker Grants

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Service! Moves to New Phase with Hospitality Worker Grants

Service! — an initiative created at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic to provide relief to hospitality workers with free meals — managed to deliver and serve 10,000 meals in its first eight weeks. Now that some hospitality workers are back to work, the need for food has declined. But that doesn’t mean people in this […]

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The Urban Living Tour returns (with strict safety guidelines) on Aug 30!

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