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Discover & Dine: an experience with chocolate, cheese & succulents

  Discover & Dine: an experience with chocolate, cheese & succulents

Join us for an evening of experience, learning and creating. If you’re looking for an interactive and unique date night or Mother’s Day gift, join us for an expanded version of our popular charcuterie & cheese event. This time we are layering charcuterie, cheese, chocolate and plants. The event will begin with a little mingling […]

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First Look: Baba’s

Walker Evans Walker Evans First Look: Baba’s

The story behind Baba’s dates back to over two and a half years ago to when Dan and Caroline Kraus first informed Columbus Underground that they would be taking their mobile venture That Food Truck, and turn it into something bigger called The Butcher’s Baker in Italian Village. Since then, the name changed and the […]

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Speciality Grocery/Bakery/Restaurant Coming Soon to Old North Columbus

Walker Evans Walker Evans Speciality Grocery/Bakery/Restaurant Coming Soon to Old North Columbus

When we last checked in with Dan Kraus of That Food Truck, he had his sights set on opening something new called “The Butcher’s Baker” in Italian Village. The bad news, is that it’s no longer happening. “That was kind of me swinging for the fences,” he admits. “The plan was to own the building […]

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Short North Charcuterie The Table Set to Open This Fall

Ayana Wilson Ayana Wilson Short North Charcuterie The Table Set to Open This Fall

Fifth Avenue has been the northern boundary for the Short North ever since it emerged as the foremost art community in Columbus. It is the unofficial start or end of the district depending on your point of origin, and for a while, it was treated as a border: no adornment, no culture, no hot spots. […]

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Charcuterie Coming Soon to The Short North

Walker Evans Walker Evans Charcuterie Coming Soon to The Short North

While the Short North has long been known as an arts district, a restaurant district and a shopping district, it’s the northern end of the neighborhood that is quickly becoming an artisan production district with with mead, vodka and whiskey made on site at Brothers Drake and Middle West Spirits. The Table hopes to balance […]

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