Friday Meals Bites: Peanut Shoppe is transferring, Bear’s Bagels joins Hilliard, Del Mar opens at Easton

Photograph courtesy Bear’s Bagels

There’s at all times lots occurring within the Columbus restaurant world! Right here’s the newest:

First, a particular observe: it’s time for the Columbus Arts Festival this weekend! I’ll be downtown on the riverfront working social media for it (be sure to’re following @ColumbusArtsFest on Instagram to see all of the enjoyable). There can be almost 40 meals vehicles, boozy slushies from Excessive Financial institution Distillery, beers from Rhinegeist, lemon shake-ups, and much more culinary enjoyable, on prime of all of the visible artwork, performances, child’s actions, and demonstrations. I hope to see you there!

  • Bear’s Bagels opens its first storefront this morning at 4142 Major St. in Hilliard. They’ve been showing on the Dublin Marketplace for some time, and this marks the transfer to a brick and mortar. They’ll be promoting bagels, schmears, and sandwiches.
  • The Peanut Shoppe downtown has been bought to new house owners, who’re transferring it throughout Capitol Sq. to 4 E. Broad St. this September. The Stone household has owned it since 1996 (and labored there since 1972), they usually’ve bought it to the Powells. The transfer will mark the fifth location downtown for the store, which first opened in 1935! (You’ll be able to learn my article on them on Ohio.org last year.)
  • Cameron Mitchell Eating places’ latest native eatery, Del Mar, is about to open at 4089 The Strand East at Easton city middle on Tuesday, June 11. The Mediterranean-focused Del Mar takes over the previous Bon Vie house. CMR operates Del Mar places in Naples, Florida and a forthcoming one in West Palm Seashore.
  • The town of Hilliard introduced lately that Drunch Eatery + Bar will add a second location within the TruePointe growth coming subsequent 12 months. Drunch operates its first location at 995 N. Fourth St. in Italian Village.
  • A churro-centric store referred to as Oh Churros opened final week at 2110 W. Henderson Rd. in Higher Arlington. (That is the previous Peace, Love, and Little Donuts location.)
  • The Columbus Summer Wine Festival returns on Saturday, June 8 at McFerson Commons. There can be a set of 30 wineries, dwell music, and distributors from the Entrance Avenue Flea.
  • The Columbus Natural Wine Fest returns for a second 12 months this Sunday, June 9 on West Homosexual Avenue downtown, beneath the Present set up. It’ll function a dozen native wine outlets and eating places, numerous pure wines, and meals from Avishar Barua and B.J. Lieberman.
  • Talita’s Burritos and Coneys introduced final week that it has closed its location at 6542 Hayden Run Rd. in Hilliard. Their location at 1335 Dublin Rd. remains to be open.
  • The house owners of Mardi Gras Homemade Ice Cream at 1947 Exhausting Rd. shared on Fb that after 25 years working it, they’ve bought the store to new house owners.

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