Openings, closings and other news in local food and drink

Katalina’s owner Kathleen Day announced this week that she plans to open a second location of her Latin-inspired café in Clintonville. The restaurant’s new location replaces Cabco Record Collector’s Supply at 3481 N. High St. At 2,800 square feet plus a patio, the Clintonville café, known for its pancake balls, breakfast tacos and hefty sandwiches, will be much larger than the original location in Victorian Village, which opened in late 2009. Day is targeting a late 2018 or early 2019 opening.

Zoe Café has closed at 2376 E. Main St. in Bexley, and Chris Crader has already jumped on the space, announcing his plans to open a Harvest Pizzeria there this summer. This will be the sixth location for Harvest, including a Grandview location announced earlier this year, plus restaurants in German Village, Clintonville, Dublin and Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine neighborhood.

Huong Vietnamese Restaurant, a popular North Side spot for authentic Vietnamese cuisine, announced plans reopen Wednesday, May 2, after a months-long closure. The restaurant was forced to close in late December after the chef suffered a serious knee injury. Open nearly 10 years, Huong is located at 1270 Morse Road.

Kindred Brewing celebrates its second anniversary on Saturday, April 7, at its Gahanna taproom, 505 Morrison Road. The day’s festivities include morning yoga, live music and the release of two new barrel-aged beers: AU Golden Sour and English Style Old Ale. The taproom opens at 11 a.m. For more information, visit facebook.com/KindredBrewing.

Mona’s Café opened this week at the corner of State and North Fourth streets Downtown. The breakfast-and-lunch spot at 152 E. State St. (formerly Corner Deli) offers a menu of omelets, smoothies, soup, sandwiches, wraps and salads.

Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams’ German Village location is now open for the season (supposedly, it’s spring) at 900 Mohawk St.

Hai Poke opened a pop-up location today inside Polaris Fashion Place, replacing Teavana.

Two Bucks opened last week at 195 Chittenden Ave. in the Campus area. The Avon, Ohio-based chain serving pub grub and cheap beer replaces Rooks Tavern.

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