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    Entrepreneur Ingrid Randall is opening her Sweet Raine’s on Main carryout restaurant at 1053 E. Main Street, in Olde Towne East on Saturday, October 1. Tomorrow’s opening will be a “soft opening” with limited menu, with a full menu available on October 8th. The restaurant will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner, and the menu includes items like French Toast and Bacon (pork or turkey), Pancakes, Eggs with grits and fried potatos.

    For lunch and dinner, entres include baked ziti, handmade deep dish pizza, ginger chicken, baked chicken parmaisan, shrimp bread, creamy chicken salad with apples, Philly cheesesteaks, taco salads, Jerk Chicken, savory alfredo, etc.

    Come to Olde Towne and grab your food on E. Main Street, the Old National Road, America’s first highway. And while you are at the restaurant,check out the Old National Road Condominiums right next door, Columbus’s only LEED-Gold certified condominium-style housing. Priced from $89.9-$106K, with 1,211 to 1,486 s.f. of high quality living space (granite, hardwood, stainless, etc.) the Old National Road Condos offer the best of living for an affordable price in central city Columbus.

    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans

    Cool! Looking forward to checking it out! :D



    Comfort food that soothes owners’ pain
    By Denise Trowbridge
    For The Columbus Dispatch Tuesday November 29, 2011 7:16 AM

    Sweet Raine’s on Main is now open at 1053 E. Main St. It’s the newest carryout restaurant featuring rich foods and designer-inspired clean and bright interiors to open on this stretch of E. Main Street on the Near East Side in the past year. Smothered Gravy, a carryout restaurant at 1114 E. Main St., opened in February.

    READ MORE: http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/business/2011/11/29/comfort-food-that-soothes-owners-pain.html

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