Friday Meals Bites: 94th Aero Squadron closing, The Royce shifting, Lupita’s to Merion Village, Pat & Gracie’s downtown

Picture courtesy 94th Aero Squadron Restaurant on Facebook.

There’s all the time quite a bit taking place within the Columbus restaurant world! Right here’s the newest:

  • It’s final name on 94th Aero Squadron! Open since 1980, the aeronautic-themed restaurant at 5030 Sawyer Rd. close to the John Glenn Worldwide Airport will shut at 4 p.m. on Sunday, June 18.
  • The Royce at Polaris introduced that it has closed and can be shifting to a brand new location, to be introduced quickly.
  • A brand new Mexican eatery referred to as Lupita’s is coming quickly to 1586 S. Excessive St. in Merion Village, within the outdated Geordie’s house.
  • The Los Potosinos taco truck has moved again to King-Lincoln Bronzeville. Discover it at 860 E. Lengthy St. Learn extra concerning the truck’s reopening right here!
  • Cameron Mitchell Eating places introduced the title and new particulars to its steakhouse coming to downtown Columbus in the summertime of 2024. Butcher & Rose will open on the bottom ground of the Preston Heart (previously PNC Tower) at 155 E. Broad St. downtown. The brand new restaurant will connect with the brand new below-grade backyard in entrance of the constructing.
  • The homeowners of Pat & Gracie’s Kitchen + Tavern introduced that they’ll open a downtown Columbus location at 121 S. Excessive St. within the Lazarus constructing. They’re aiming for a mid-July opening. That location was most not too long ago BurgerIM; beforehand it was The Chintz Room.
  • North Market Bridge Park has had somewhat turnover. The Pit BBQ Grille closed its stall there, however the Holy Crepes food truck can be shifting on this summer season. The Pit has scaled again its different places in recent times, with a stall at Bubbly Corridor in New Albany remaining.
  • Watershed Bar & Kitchen launched a brand new glad hour this week! All appetizers and small plates, and all cocktails, are half off from 5-6 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 4-6 p.m. Fridays (on the bar or standing bar solely).
  • Columbus Monthly reported that #1 Hawaiian BBQ has changed Thai2Go at 4330 N. Excessive St. in Clintonville.
  • The Texas Roundhouse location at 1540 Bethel Rd. on the Northwest aspect has closed.
  • The Retreat 21 Taphouse at 11443 Industrial Pkwy. in Marysville celebrates its grand opening this weekend.
  • The Columbus Fiery Foods Festival is ready to return to Genoa Park downtown, Aug. 26-27.
  • In honor of Father’s Day this weekend, Aardvark Wine & Beer, Random Precision Brewing, and The Hungarian Butcher have teamed up on a waygu meal. Friends can order a meal that features meat and two sides, style Hungarian wines at Aardvark, and be a part of a raffle at Random Precision.

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