The latest updates from the bar and restaurant scenes

Troy Stacy’s record shop and craft beer bar Craft & Vinyl (1806 W. Fifth Ave.) celebrates its second anniversary this month. To mark the occasion, the business is launching a new delivery service that brings draft beer and vinyl albums to your doorstep. Each week through the Pour and Play Delivery Service, the pub will announce new beer and vinyl pairings. Visit the Pour and Play website PourAndPlay.delivery to learn more.

Punk Pigs, a new eatery promising “grilled cheese and anarchy” is opening this week at 2515 Summit St., formerly Baba’s. The Old North spot is a new creation from Zach James, owner of Paddy Wagon food truck.

The Old Skool kitchen at 2941 N. High St. is up and running once again, with a new chef at the helm. Chef Tamieka Lynn’s 36 Bistro is operating out of the Short North spot for dine-in or carry-out, with a rotating menu of hibachi meals, barbecue, pasta and more from 4 to 9 p.m. Thursday through Saturday. Brunch takes place 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday. Visit 36bistro614.com for carry-out orders.

Barbara Reynolds and German Vasquez, owners of The Bottle Shop (237 King Ave.), have launched phase one of their new farm share. Customers may purchase pasture-raised and processed hens from the couple’s Canal Winchester farm by visiting bottleshopcolumbus.com/book-online.

CoreLife Eatery opened its newest Central Ohio location this past weekend at 6195 Sawmill Rd. in Dublin. The chain of active lifestyle restaurants offers a fast-casual menu featuring grain bowls, green salads, soups, bone broth and more. CoreLife has two other locations in Central Ohio, including Polaris and Lennox Town Center.