Food News: Graze opens in the Statehouse; de-Novo moves across the street

Nicholas Dekker, Columbus Alive contributor

Graze on Capitol Square opened this week in the Ohio Statehouse, in the former space of Capitol Cafe by Milo's. Owned by the same team behind Milo's, the farm-to-table, fast-casual concept opened its first location earlier this year at Polaris.

Diane Warren, owner ofKatzinger's Deli, announced that she has sold the business to CityBrands, owners of the Wine Bistro. She will remain at the helm to assist in the transition over the next year.

The Tuscan-themedManifestoclosed earlier this month at 21 E. State St. Downtown. Owner Yavonne Sarber also announced thatde-Novo Bistro & Barwill soon complete its move across High Street to a new location at 150 S. High St. in the Highpoint Development, with a planned reopening on July 27.

Challah Food Truckannounced they will be setting up insideWoodlands Tavernstarting on July 25.

Weiland's Market celebrates its 55th birthday on Saturday, July 16 with an outdoor party from noon to 4 p.m. Activities include a buffet of picnic foods, live music and more.

Bonifacio, a Filipino restaurant from the owners of Red Velvet Cafe, is slated to open Saturday, July 23 at 1577 King Ave. in Grandview.

TheShort North Parlor Room, located in the former Surly Girl Saloon location at 1126 N. High St., announced it will be opening at the end of this month.

A Taste of Vietnam is coming soon to 652 High St. in Worthington, former site of Rivage.

Lower Lights Ministries announced plans to open a grocery store and café in a vacant storefront at 1160 W. Broad St. in Franklinton.

Nicholas Dekker writes about breakfast, beer, coffee and Columbus at breakfastwithnick.com. He leads breakfast and brunch tours for Columbus Food Adventures.