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There’s always a lot going on in the Columbus restaurant world! Here’s the latest:
- Several closures have occurred this week or will occur soon. The owners of downtown sober bar The Dry Mill (79 S. Fourth St.) announced last week that they had closed, citing slow sales. The bar opened in April this year.
- Nida’s Thai on High said it will close its Short North location at 976 N. High St. after December 17. Its stand in the northern market will remain open.
- 614 also broke the news this week that LaSalle’s Southern Kitchen & Bar at 30 S. Young St. has also closed.
- And CoreLife Eatery closed its last central Ohio location, this one in Lennox Town Center.
- But it’s not all closures this week! Previously operating as a mobile trailer, Park Service Coffee shared this week that they have moved into Woodhouse Vegan’s Short North Bakery at 19 W. Russell St.
- Columbus Monthly broke the news that chef Andrew Smith and his wife Devoney Mills will open a traditional Isla restaurant at 3060 W. Broad St. at the Third Way Cafe, which is moving down the street. Isla has grown out of Smith and Mills’ Roys Ave supper club which operates out of their home. Read the full story here.
- Vieux Lyon French Bakery & Cafe has also completed its move and reopened in a larger space at 1792 Brice Rd. in Reynoldsburg.
- New sushi restaurant Song Lan is now open at 6628 Riverside Dr. at Bridge Park in Dublin.
- Finally, 614 shared the news that the Aracri Pizzeria location at 1607 N. High St. near campus has closed and Slammer’s Bar will take over with a new pizza concept.
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