The latest updates from the bar and restaurant scenes

The Scotland-based brewery BrewDog opens its first Columbus bar on Saturday, April 14 — this one at 1175 N. High St. in the Short North. BrewDog opened its U.S. brewery in Canal Winchester last year, along with an adjacent taproom, DogTap.

Preston's Burgers, the pop-up burger spot from chefs Matthew Heaggans and Catie Randazzo, has relocated to Woodland's Backyard, 668 Grandview Ave. The original Preston's inside Three Sheets closed on Sunday. Randazzo also runs the kitchen inside Woodlands Tavern, another Woodlands Productions-owned entity also located in Grandview.

Bulgogi Korean Restaurant is now open inside Saraga International Grocery on Morse Rd. The small food stall offers a variety of specialties, including Korean fried chicken.

The 5th Annual Taste of Clintonville takes place 5-8 p.m. Thursday, April 12, at Mozart's, 4784 N. High St. Visit experienceclintonville.com for more information; tickets will be available at the door.

Columbus Museum of Art's Schokko Art Cafe reopened last week with a new menu and a new chef, Laura Richmond (formerly of Westies Gastropub).

The Mexican restaurant Rancho Alegre recently closed its Grandview location.

Double Edge Brewing Co. is now open in Downtown Lancaster at 158 W. Chestnut St. Located only a couple blocks away at 111 N. Columbus St., Diamond Jim's Pizza is closing on Thursday, April 19.

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