Restaurant Roundup: News From Condado, Stauf’s and more
Columbus has so many new restaurants, expansions, menu updates and other changes, sometimes it’s hard to keep up with everything. That’s why our Restaurant Roundup series was designed to keep you informed with the latest and greatest updates. Here’s what’s new in the local dining scene:
D.P. Dough customers can now download a free video game to earn free food.
Calzone Run, conceptualized by D.P. Dough CEO Matt Crumpton and executed by students at the University of Colorado — Colorado Springs, offers redeemable points on users’ online ordering accounts.
In the game, players step into the shoes of a D.P. Dough delivery driver, driving from house to house in college towns while dodging obstacles like rolling kegs, flaming couches, and town landmarks, “like the Blue Denver Airport Bronco in the Colorado level, that shoots lasers out of its eyes.”
Now available for Apple and Android, Calzone Run offers two alternating levels, Ohio and Colorado, with additional levels coming in the future.
For more information, visit dpdough.com.
After debuting in April at their Short North location and in restaurants in New York, New Jersey and Chicago, the Impossible Slider is now available at all White Castle restaurants nationwide. Engineered by Impossible Foods, the Impossible Slider is the mini version of their meat-like, plant-based burger.
“Our Cravers definitely developed a hunger for the Impossible Slider,” said White Castle CEO Lisa Ingram in a press release. “Sales easily exceeded our expectations. The Impossible Slider is a hit with both loyal ‘Cravers’ and customers brand new to White Castle who are seeking out this buzz-worthy slider.”
White Castle’s version is served on their signature bun and topped with smoked cheddar cheese, pickles and onions. It goes for $1.99.
For more information, visit whitecastle.com.
National Taco Day is coming up, and Condado, voted as having the best tacos in Columbus by CU readers in 2017, will celebrate with a special offer for guests. All day on October 4, the restaurant will offer buy-one-get-one tacos at every location, limited to one per person.
Condado has five locations in Columbus, including Downtown, Short North, Clintonville, Polaris and Easton.
For more information, visit condadotacos.com.
Stauf’s at the View on Grant
After celebrating a grand opening earlier this year, Stauf’s at the View on Grant held operating hours limited to the weekdays. They’ve now expanded those hours to include the weekend. They’re now open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday. It’s located at 350 Mt. Vernon Ave.
For more information, visit staufs.com.
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