Fox in the Snow Café opened its doors last weekend in Italian Village. The combination bakery and coffee shop serves espresso drinks, plus delicacies like donuts, sticky buns, hand pies and breakfast sandwiches.

Fox in the Snow Café opened its doors last weekend in Italian Village. The combination bakery and coffee shop serves espresso drinks, plus delicacies like donuts, sticky buns, hand pies and breakfast sandwiches.

Savor Market in northern Clintonville has expanded and rebranded as the “craft beer garden” Savor Pint, adding more taps, bar and table seating, and even food trucks to the bottle store and growler filling station.

Prohibition Gastro Lounge in Powell has opened at 21 W. Olentangy St., with the décor and drinks centering on classic cocktails paired with a menu of flatbreads, burgers, sandwiches and more.

Katalina’s is starting a pop-up inside Oddfellows Liquor Bar in the Short North. The partnership between the Harrison West café and the Mikey’s-owned dive bar will run Thursdays through Sundays, and feature pancake balls, sandwiches, tacos and nachos.

The Early Bird Donut Truck is starting regular hours on Monday, Oct. 27 at 2141 Indianola Ave. in the University District. The truck will feature donuts and hand pies with a variety of fillings and toppings, plus coffee.

The team behind Olde Towne East’s The Tavern and Corner Stone announced The Walrus, a new restaurant and live music venue at 143 E. Main St., just around the corner from Dirty Frank’s and 16-Bit Bar + Arcade.

This Thursday, Oct. 23, you can enjoy brinner while supporting a good cause at PJs & Eggs, organized by the Ohio Poultry Association. Diners can donate pajamas for Nationwide Children’s Hospital and eat brinner at Jack & Benny’s, Gena’s Restaurant, Beechwold Diner, Lilly’s Kitchen Table, Cake Creekside and the Sunny Street Café locations.

Historic Downtown Powell is hosting Halloween Hop for Hops on Friday, Oct. 24 from 7-10 p.m. Nineteen Powell businesses — including The Daily Growler, Kraft House No. 5, and Olde Bag of Nails — are taking part.

Columbus Brew Adventures is leading a specialty tour on Wednesday, Oct. 29 with Via Vecchia Winery, called Wine and Boos in the Brewery District. The event features wine, ghost stories, book readings and a history stroll around the neighborhood.

Can you handle the heat? Double Comfort Restaurant is hosting HELL-Oween dinner on Oct. 24 and 25, a five-course meal of progressively hotter foods, starting with a dish called Russian Roulette Meatballs. Tickets are $25 for the meal, and if you can handle the burn through all five courses, you earn a special edition T-shirt and bragging rights.

Nicholas Dekker writes about breakfast at breakfastwithnick.com">breakfastwithnick.com and authored the guidebook “Breakfast With Nick: Columbus.” He’s a regular contributor to Columbus Crave, and leads breakfast tours for Columbus Food Adventures and brewery tours for Columbus Brew Adventures.