Food News: Little Eater heading to Clintonville; Winans to Downtown; What's For Doner opens at Polaris

Nicholas Dekker, Columbus Alive contributor

North Market'sLittle Eater announced it will open its first standalone location in a new Clintonville development at 4215 N. High St.

Winans Chocolates and Coffeesannounced it is opening a Downtown location in the Highpoint development at the Columbus Commons early next year.

What's For Doner, a fast-casual German sandwich shop, opens at Polaris Fashion Place on Saturday, Oct. 15.

Chicago-basedGiordano's, known for its deep dish pizza, announced it will open a location next year at 2137 Polaris Pkwy.

Fortune Chinese Restaurant opened a new restaurant at 3635 W. Dublin-Granville Rd.

Paul's Fifth Avenue, which closed on July 29, announced it will reopen on Nov. 1.

Land-Grant Brewing announced it is adding a taproom at the John Glenn International Airport, tentatively opening next month.

Bluescreek Farm Meats opened a café at its Marysville store, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner on weekdays.

The Mean Bean in Powell has rebranded and reopened asEspresso 22.

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