North Market at Bridge Park has announced five new vendors to get excited about.
The second location, which will open in Dublin later this summer, already had people hyped when they announced the first five vendors back in November. Heading to the market are four unique and interesting dining options, ranging from cheesemakers to Mexican food.
“This group of merchants embody what North Market stands for: local, fresh, authentic, and diverse,” said North Market’s Executive Director Rick Harrison Wolfe. “These true tastemakers will be excellent additions to the North Market Bridge Park community.”
So who’s heading to Dublin? Let’s see!
Specializing in tacos and other items from the Mexican state of Oaxaca, this is the second brick and mortar location for Dos Hermanos, which started as a food truck.
“We believe that food brings people and communities together,” said owner Lisa Gutierrez. “It is an honor to be able to share our authentic family recipes with the visitors of North Market Bridge Park. Our hope is that everyone will gather with us around the table.”
Black Radish Creamery
This Granville-based cheesemaker currently operates a cheese shop in the original North Market, so they know exactly what they’re doing. In addition to newly added retail, Black Radish Creamery will also offer special events including wine and beer pairings, parmigiano-reggiano wheel cracking, and cheese classes.
“We are sincerely delighted be a part of the North Market Bridge Park family,” said co-owner Anne Reese. “Our Bridge Park location will highlight Ohio-made artisanal goods including our own handcrafted cheeses and fruit preserves. A cut-to-order style cheese counter with a seasonally curated selection of American and imported cheeses will be prominent. We’re also adding an enhanced cheese-centric food menu.”
Flowers & Bread
The addition of Flowers & Bread to North Market Bridge Park is enough to make anyone jump for joy. This the second location for Flowers & Bread, with their first operating in Clintonville. The new spot will offer a full-service floral studio with a uniquely romantic, flower-forward aesthetic. In addition, there will be workshops held including vase arrangements, garden planning, and wreath-making.
“We are thrilled to be part of the North Market family of merchants and to be putting down roots in Dublin,” said co-owner Sarah Lagrotteria.
Who doesn’t love a good vegetarian option? Falafel Kitchen will be serving up pita pockets, salads, and obviously, falafel. The restaurant will be run by Katy Ailabouni, who has a family history of creating delicious restaurants.
“It is such an honor to be part of the North Market Bridge Park experience. I’ve been in the restaurant business since before I can remember,” said Ailabouni. “My mom is the owner and chef of Mazah Mediterranean Eatery, and my grandparents operated Sinbad’s long ago, during a time when words like hummus and falafel were still not part of the mainstream vocabulary. Times have changed, and the Columbus food scene has become one of the greatest platforms for sharing our family’s traditions and cultures.”
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