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Tortilla Replacing Late Night Slice at Columbus Commons

Walker Evans Walker Evans Tortilla Replacing Late Night Slice at Columbus Commons
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There’s some changes afoot at Columbus Commons this year. Jeni’s will be making its return, but newcomer Tortilla has been announced as a replacement for Mikey’s Late Night Slice, which is expanding into a full service restaurant nearby.

“As Late Night Slice moves down the street to their new location, Columbus Commons patrons will still have the opportunity to enjoy a delicious slice at their food truck, which will be featured at several events this season,” said Amy Taylor, chief operating officer for Capitol South Community Urban Redevelopment Corporation, the organization that owns, programs and manages the park. “With our fifth season fast-approaching, we are excited to welcome one of our most popular food trucks, Tortilla, as a permanent vendor in Columbus Commons.”

Tortilla first launched as a food truck in 2013, and recently announced on Facebook the launch of a season truck this season. The expansion into the cafe space at Columbus Commons will allow the business another way to reach new customers.

“I am excited and grateful to have the opportunity to join forces with Columbus Commons,” said Tortilla founder Walter Eguez. “All of us at Tortilla look forward to serving the community in our new location, growing our brand, and hopefully becoming a staple eatery in the great city of Columbus.”

Tortilla’s Columbus Commons location will feature a range of lunch and dinner menu items including burritos, salads, bowls and quesadillas. Their menu includes gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan meal options. The shop will be open May through September with official hours to be announced soon.

For more information, visit www.columbuscommons.org/visit/cafes/.

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