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Restaurant Roundup: New Menus, New Hours & More

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New Menus

Ethyl & Tank

Ethyl & Tank, the newest café/bar/arcade on the campus of The Ohio State University, has recently launched a new menu. Diners will now be able to enjoy items like the Columbus Club, Waldorf Salad, and Falafel. There are also new dessert offerings, like Churros and Belgian Waffles. Ethyl & Tank is located at 19 13th Avenue. They open at 7am most days and close at 2am. For a longer look at the new menu, visit  www.facebook.com/ethylandtank.

North High Brewing

Local brewery, North High Brewing, is now serving Brezel pretzels at their taproom. Brezel, who has a popular shop in the North Market, was recently named The Best Pretzel in Ohio. It’s rumored their pretzels go very well with North High Brewing’s summer beers. To see if the rumor is true, stop by soon. North High Brewing is located at 1288 North High Street. For more, visit www.northhighbrewing.com.

Houlihan’s Restaurant & Bar

The Upper Arlington branch of Houlihan’s Restaurant, located at 3150 Tremont Road, has launched a new menu featuring the exclusive use of organic greens in all their dishes. This includes iceberg and romaine lettuces, kale, spinach, arugula, and chard. Columbus is a testing ground for this new venture, which, if successful, will be applied at Houlihan’s other locations nationwide. For a look at their menu, check out www.houlihans.com.

New Hours

Basi Italia

Basi Italia, the Victorian Village hideaway located at 811 Highland Street, is now serving lunch. The service began last weekend, and will continue on Fridays and Saturdays when they open at 11:30am. Lunch menu items include Shrimp Frittata, Grilled Lamb Burger, and the ever popular, Zucchini Pronto. All items on the lunch menu cost between $5-$13. For a longer look at the new menu, follow Basi Italia at www.facebook.com/pages/basi-Italia.

Hot Chicken Takeover

It began as a pop up at the Near East Co-Operative, 1117 Oak Street in Olde Towne East. Soon, the Hot Chicken Takeover spread to Saturdays, and now they’ve extended their hours. Every Saturday and Sunday, from noon-5pm, finger lickers all across the city can come get their favorite hot chicken, mac and cheese, and sweet tea from Joe DeLoss and his team. Hot Chicken Takeover now also offers whole chickens, as well as the option for extra hot hot chicken, so plan your weekend around getting some spicy grub. For a longer look at Hot Chicken Takeover’s offerings, check out  www.facebook.com/hotchickentakeover.

Freshbox Café

Downtown Columbus has a new lunch option: Freshbox Café. Located in the lower level of the Trinity Episcopal Church, 125 East Broad Street, Freshbox Café serves lunch Monday-Friday, 11am – 2pm. It’s part of Freshbox Catering, a Lutheran Social Services business. For more, visit their website, www.freshboxcatering.com.

What You Need to Know

Mozart’s Bakery & Piano Café

Ever wondered what the world’s most expensive truffle looks and tastes like? Well, make a trip out to Mozart’s, 4784 North High Street, to find out. They now lay claim to the world’s most luxurious truffle – a $250 delight inspired by the renowned Austrian Mozartkugel. It’s a pistachio marzipan chocolate truffle made from small-batch artisanal Watershed bourbon and Valrhona 70% cocoa imported from France, and flaked in Paolo Angeletti 23-karat edible Italian gold. In other words, decadence redefined. You can specially order this treat from Mozart’s by calling, emailing, or stopping by. For more on the world’s most expensive truffle, visit  http://mozartscafe.com.

El Arepazo

El Arepazo, famous for their delicious and authentic Venezuelan fare around the city, has recently been named a TripAdvisor Award Winner for 2014. The restaurant received a Certificate of Excellence because of the consistently high marks and flattering evaluations visitors leave for them every day on the popular travel site. Their rating is an outstanding 4.5/5. If you want to see what all the fuss is about, visit one of El Arepazo’s two locations: downtown, at 47 North Pearl Street, and in Gahanna at 93 North High Street. Arepazo Kitchen is also set to open later this summer at 515 South High Street. For more, visit http://elarepazolatingrill.com.

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