Food News: Loose Rail Brewing opens in Canal Winchester; Bubbles Tea & Juice adds two locations; Blasted Barley Beer coming Downtown

Nicholas Dekker
Loose Rail Brewing owner, Nathan Doerfler and Brew Master Jonathan Woodruff,

Central Ohio's newest brewery, Loose Rail Brewing, opens Friday, May 5. It's located at 37 W. Waterloo St. in Canal Winchester.

Bubbles Tea & Juice Company opened two new locations: one inside the Easton Station building at Easton and one at 6678 Riverside Dr. inside Mesh Fitness in Dublin.

Arizona-basedBlasted Barley Beer Co. announced a location coming to 160 S. High St. in the Highpoint at the Columbus Commons.

Early Bird Food Truck has reopened for the season at 2141 Indianola Ave., serving coffee, beignets and hand pies.

Highline Coffee in Old Worthington starts offering extended weekend hours on Friday, May 5.

In Clintonville,La Poblanita food truck is moving locations northward to 4490 Indianola Ave.

On Thursday, May 4,Mozart's Cafe hosts Symphony and Sweets, an event featuring dessert and wine pairings, plus performances from high school symphonic ensembles, all benefiting Charity Newsies.

Mikey's Late Night Sliceannounced a new brick-and-mortar location at 457 N. High St. in the old Yankee Trader building across from the Convention Center. It will be built next to a new location of The Candle Lab.

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