Food News: Chapman's Eat Market opens for carry-out in German Village
Chapman’s Eat Market, the highly anticipated restaurant from chef BJ Lieberman, opens Friday, Aug. 14, for carry-out and delivery. Located at 739 S. Third St. in German Village, the site of the original Max & Erma’s, Chapman’s carryout offerings include gazpacho, red bean onigiri, a house burger,karaage chicken sandwich, fresh chitarra pasta and homemade pints of ice cream, as well as to-go cocktails, wine and beer. Running Chapman’s beverage program is veteran bartender Seth Laufman, the former owner of Blind Lady Tavern. Liebermanearned a Michelin star while serving as head chef at Rose’s Luxury in Washington D.C., and relocated to Columbus last fall with his wife, Bronwyn.Chapman’s will be open from 5 to 9 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday for takeout and delivery only (for now), with ordering available via phone, the restaurant’s website or ChowNow.Read Columbus Monthly’s profile of chef Lieberman here.
The owners of Meshikou Ramen (1506 Bethel Rd.) are planning to openMeshikou Chikin right next door at 1504 Bethel Rd. The new spot, expected to open in a few months, will specialize in various styles of Asian fried chicken, from KFC (Korean fried chicken) to Japanese karaage.
The Mexican street food vendor Taquero Street Kitchen resumed operation this week at Columbus Commons, 30 E. Rich St. In addition, food trucks are continuing to serve lunch at the Commons on Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The locally grown chainBibibop opened its 13th Central Ohio location this week at 1726 Stringtown Rd. in Grove City. The fast-casual restaurant specializes in build-your-own bowls inspired by the Korean dish bibimbap.
A new wine bar called DeVine Tastings & Dining is expected to fill the Short North storefront vacated by Tastings—A Wine Experience at958 N. High St.