The latest updates from the bar and restaurant scenes

Hot Chicken Takeover announced that its newest store, located at 4198 Worth Ave. at Easton, opens for business on Monday, Nov. 6.

Gluten-free bakery Bake Me Happy opens its full-service coffee shop at 116 E. Moler St. in Merion Village on Saturday, Nov. 4.

The last day in business for Dirty Frank's West is Saturday, Nov. 4.

New brunch-focused cafe Blunch opened this week at 2973 N. High St. in Clintonville, former site of Bonchon.

Land-Grant Brewing announced that Ray Ray's will open a dedicated food truck at its taproom starting Nov. 11. Ray Ray's will be serving Thursdays through Sundays; the taproom will begin opening at 11:30 a.m. to accommodate lunch service on those days.

Veritas Tavern holds its last day of service at its Delaware location on Saturday, Nov. 4. After the closure, the eatery will move to Downtown Columbus at 11 W. Gay St. and re-open sometime in the next month. Veritas' original space, located at 15 E. Winter St. in Delaware, will be replaced by a new concept called Speck.

Ohio State announced that sometime next year it will demolish the campus building that has housed Adriatico's pizza for over 30 years. The pizza shop ownership said they plan to relocate the business.

Chef John Dornback of Basi Italia has created a small pub menu to be served on weekends at Little Rock Bar.

The Turkish Food Festival takes place on Sunday, Nov. 5. Hosted by the Turkish American Society of Ohio, the event features over 30 types of Turkish dishes.

Massey's Pizza announced it will open a location at 152 Graceland Blvd. in the Graceland Shopping Center.

Chicago-based Corner Bakery Cafe opened its first Ohio location this week at 1478 Gemini Pl., across from Polaris Fashion Place.

Nicholas Dekker writes about breakfast, beer, coffee and Columbus at breakfastwithnick.com. He leads breakfast and brunch tours for Columbus Food Adventures.