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King-Lincoln District’s Los Potosinos Mexican Food Truck Will Relocate in Spring

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega King-Lincoln District’s Los Potosinos Mexican Food Truck Will Relocate in Spring

Los Potosinos Mexican Food Truck is closing down for the winter following the sale of the lot they’ve occupied for several years. After first opening in 2009, Los Potosinos set up shop at 791 E. Long St., where they’ve gained a loyal neighborhood following. They’re set to reopen elsewhere in the neighborhood after the weather […]

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Ohio’s Own: Buckeye Milk

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Ohio’s Own: Buckeye Milk

Just sitting there in the dairy cooler, the plastic jug might look like it’s full of your regular, run-of-the-mill chocolate milk. But it’s not. Buckeye Country Creamery has one-upped everyone in the chocolate milk game: it makes Buckeye Milk. As someone from the Buckeye State, you already know what this means: peanut butter chocolate milk. […]

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Shop Talk: Local Retailer Sells Eco-Friendly Bags to Benefit Survivors of Typhoon Yolanda

Randi Walle Randi Walle Shop Talk: Local Retailer Sells Eco-Friendly Bags to Benefit Survivors of Typhoon Yolanda

In July 2017, Rick Jardiolin and Cookie Jo Carbone had a vision for creating eco-friendly resort bags. After a trip to the Philippines, where weaving natural materials is an age-old tradition, the idea for a partnership was born. This month, their company Buri and Beach will launch online, offering a variety of hand-woven, eco-friendly resort […]

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First Look: Fox in the Snow German Village

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega First Look: Fox in the Snow German Village

Italian Village-born coffee shop and bakery Fox in the Snow will open its second location in German Village on Saturday, January 6. Owners Jeff Excell and Lauren Culley made the announcement in 2016, two years after the original shop opened its doors on North Fourth Street. Though the new shop is twice the size of […]

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13-Year Harrison West Staple Caffe’ Apropos to Close this Month

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega 13-Year Harrison West Staple Caffe’ Apropos to Close this Month

For 13 years, Caffe’ Apropos, located on the corner of Third and Michigan, has served up espresso, coffee, snacks, wine and beer, satisfying customers’ cravings from dawn ’til dark. That’ll come to an end this month, as owner Anton Wood confirmed the building will close its doors on January 19. “It is true we will […]

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Ohio’s Own: Dutch Creek Wine

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Ohio’s Own: Dutch Creek Wine

Dutch Creek Winery isn’t an import from the Netherlands. It’s an operation based out of Athens. The business is the culmination of several pursuits: beekeeping, harvesting (it grows its own apples, peaches and pears), and alcohol production in the form of small batch meads and fruit wines*. Priced around $20-25 per bottle, its wares can […]

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Worthington’s House Wine Will Open Second Location Next Year

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Worthington’s House Wine Will Open Second Location Next Year

After a 10-year anniversary celebration in November, Worthington’s House Wine has announced plans to open a second location in Bexley next year. The retailer offering wine by the ounce or glass opened at 644 High St. in 2007. Their new store, slated to open its doors in February, will occupy the space at 2262 E. […]

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