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North Market Bridge Park Adds 4 More Vendors to Lineup

Susan Post Susan Post North Market Bridge Park Adds 4 More Vendors to LineupClockwise from top left: Photo provided by Pasta Ditoni's, Photo provided by Bubbles The Tea and Juice Company, Photo courtesy of Cooper-Fenske Photography, Photo provided by The Little Kitchen
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Four more local businesses have secured spots at North Market Bridge Park, 6750 Longshore St.

Now slated for an October 2020 soft opening, Bubbles The Tea and Juice Company, Kintsugi Sushi Bar, The Little Kitchen and Pasta Ditoni’s will join a lineup of seven previously announced vendors. The Market is expected to be at full occupancy by the end of the year, with additional tenant announcements in the coming weeks.

Bubbles The Tea and Juice Company

A familiar name for North Market-goers Downtown, Bubbles The Tea and Juice Company will also set up shop at Bridge Park. Serving up a menu of specialty-made smoothies, crafted bubble teas, fresh cold pressed juices, açaí bowls, and protein bars, it’s the ninth Central Ohio location for Bubbles.

“The North Market is our original home store. It has grown with the Market since inception and served as a template for our other locations,” says COO Joseph Ebner. “We can’t wait to do the same with the new North Market, continuing to build on strong relationships with new and recurring tenants alike as well as the market staff. With a great fun atmosphere like the original North Market, we are excited to begin the journey with everyone at the new market this fall and bring Bubbles to an awesome new venue!”

For more information, visit bubblesteacompany.com.

Image provided by Sweetheart Interiors

Kintsugi Sushi Bar

Satori Ramen Bar will expand its North Market presence with a new concept at Bridge Park, Kintsugi Sushi Bar. Kintsugi’s menu will span Nigiri sushi and rolls, and introduce diners to styles more common in Japan, including Temaki hand rolls and Chirashi Zushi bowls.

“We are very excited to have this opportunity at North Market Bridge Park,” says Founder & Head Chef Seigo Nishimura. “Satori Ramen Bar has been such a wonderful and humbling experience. We’ve worked hard to build a community around one treasured Japanese culinary experience at Satori Ramen Bar and can’t wait to incorporate another.”

For more information, visit kintsugisushi.com.

Image provided by Kintsugi Sushi Bar

Pasta Ditoni’s

The first retail shop under Pasta Ditoni’s name will make its debut at North Market Bridge Park. Pasta Ditoni’s currently sells its local, fresh-made pasta at Pastaria Seconda at North Market Downtown, but in addition to a plethora of pastas, its new location will offer a variety of authentic Italian goods, including specialty Italian desserts and Italian dry and jarred products, as well as fresh cappuccino, coffee, and lattes, making it a one-stop shop for planning Italian dinners and parties. Pasta Ditoni’s has also collaborated with Giuseppe Mangano from Giuseppe’s Ritrovo on some sauces and new recipes for the venture.

“Pasta Ditoni’s is extremely excited to be a part of North Market Bridge Park,” says Owner Goga Bhattal. “Columbus residents have been dining with our product for almost 30 years, and now they are able to bring that same restaurant quality meal to their homes. Our fresh pasta and specialty Italian deserts will allow locals to become the best dinner hosts in town, and enable them to create wholesome meals in minutes!”

For more information, visit pastaditonis.com.

Image provided by Pasta Ditoni’s

The Little Kitchen

The Little Kitchen food truck will put down roots at the North Market Bridge Park. Food truck favorites like Mac & Peas, Buffalo Chickpea Salad and Wrap, Vegan Lox Bagel and the Superfood Yogurt Parfait will be on a menu of 100% vegan eats. Smoothies and smoothie bowls, as well as milkshakes, coffee and sweets will round out the menu.

“The vision we see for The Little Kitchen at the North Market Bridge Park is a mecca for health, hospitality and satisfaction,” says Owner Chloe Graffeo. “We love helping our customers find comfort in health food. Whether they are coming to our kitchen as vegan, vegetarian, gluten free, a carnivore or just curious, we can satisfy!”

For more information, visit thelittlekitchentruck.com.

The last few months have brought changes to the lineup at North Market Bridge Park due to the coronavirus pandemic. As previously announced, Dough Mama dropped its plans for North Market, instead opting to open their own stand alone location in the Brewery District. Momo Ghar and Flowers & Bread also stepped away from plans, as well as The Dublin Farmer’s Daughter which was to be operated by the owners of Copia Farms.

The current lineup of North Market Bridge Park vendors includes:

For more information, visit northmarket.com.

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