The latest updates from the bar and restaurant scenes
Last week Pins Mechanical Co. opened its second Central Ohio location at 6558 Riverside Dr. in Dublin.
Fortune Chinese closed its restaurant at 2869 Olentangy River Rd. this past Monday. A second location at 3635 W. Dublin-Granville Rd. remains open.
DeNovo on the Park, located Downtown at 150 S. High St., will close following a final day of business on Sunday, Jan. 31.
Fox in the Snow announced the opening of its German Village cafe will take place on Saturday, Jan. 6. The new cafe — its second — is located at 210 Thurman Ave.
Udipi Cafe on East Dublin-Granville Road has closed. A new Indian restaurant is expected to open in the same space sometime next spring.
A new, membership-based coffee shop, Third Way Cafe, opened last week at 3058 E. Broad St. in Westgate.
Upcoming Brewery District restaurant Ambrose & Eve has rebranded its burger shack at Three Sheets bar as Preston's.
A new membership-based restaurant, The Pink Flamingo, has begun hosting regular dinners focused on plant-based dishes sourced from local and organic ingredients. The next dinner will take place at Art Outside The Lines on Jan. 12.
Condado Tacos announced its fifth Central Ohio location, which is set to open at 8958 Lyra Dr. at Polaris next summer.
Two new tenants were announced for Dublin's Bridge Park development: Washington, D.C.-based Hen Quarter restaurant and bourbon bar and Cleveland-based cafe REBol.
The pizza shop Viiza, which features an item called pizza cones, is coming soon to 4 E. Broad St. Downtown.
Nicholas Dekker writes about breakfast, beer, coffee and Columbus at breakfastwithnick.com. He leads breakfast and brunch tours for Columbus Food Adventures.