Food News: Don't forget! Free Northstar veggie burgers this Wednesday

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

Last week Boston Stoker coffee shop — which recently re-located to the Thurber Village shopping center — began collaborating with Dan the Baker to offer toast with different toppings served on his sourdough and country flax.

Condado Tacos started lunch hours this week. Customers can pre-order carryout orders online. The Short North taqueria is also adding an 80-seat patio this spring.

Chris Crader, owner of The Sycamore and Harvest Pizzeria, has announced his new restaurant at 250 S. High St. downtown will be called Salt & Pine. The eatery will be open all day, operating as a coffee shop in the morning and a bar at night, including carryout service.

Last weekend, TatoheadsPublic House began serving food Friday and Saturday nights at Wall St. Nightclub.

The new Wrapped Up food truck has been hitting the streets of Columbus already, serving wraps and bowls with fillings like pot roast, grilled chicken, antipasto and veggies. Their official grand opening takes place Tuesday, April 28 at Cavan Irish Pub.

Also announced was Copious, a restaurant opening with a downstairs music venue at 518 S. High St. in the Brewery District.

Earth Day is Wednesday, April 22. Don’t forget to visit area restaurants for specials. Northstar Cafe famously gives away free veggie burgers that day.

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