Food News: Get your breakfast delivered

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

The Roosevelt Coffeehouse opened last week at 300 E. Long St. The shop serves espresso, brewed coffee and tea alongside Destination Donuts and other snacks. Roosevelt is driven by a social justice mission, donating profits to organizations fighting human trafficking, poverty and lack of clean drinking water.

Breakfast ClubDelivery is launching in the coming weeks, with soft opening days on Sundays in April and a full launch in May. Operated by the team of owner Nikki Stoughton and executive chef Josh Truex, the home delivery service operates out of The Commissary and provides upscale brunch items served plated and hot to your home.

Condado Tacos is opening for lunch starting Wednesday, April 15. The Short North taqueria also announced an 80-seat patio opening later this spring.

The North Market Apron Gala is coming up on Saturday, May 16. Tickets for the fundraiser can be purchased through the market’s website.

Hot Chicken Takeover celebrated its one-year anniversary on Monday, April 6. Owner Joe DeLoss estimates they’ve served over 50,000 pieces of fried chicken since opening as a carryout window in Olde Towne East.

Sugardaddy’s Sumptuous Sweeties has re-opened as a pop-up inside J. Gumbo’s downtown and at Celebrate Local at Easton.

Nicholas Dekker writes about breakfast at and authored the guidebook “Breakfast With Nick: Columbus,” with a second edition coming spring 2015. He leads breakfast and brunch tours for Columbus Food Adventures and brewery tours for Columbus Brew Adventures.