Food News: Columbus chefs opening Ambrose & Eve; Scarlet & Grey Cafe closes; Condado announces Clintonville location

Nicholas Dekker
Chef Marcus Meacham

Columbus chefs Matthew Heaggans and Catie Randazzo announced a new concept calledAmbrose & Eve coming to 716 S. High St. in the Brewery District.

Chef Marcus Meacham announced he is delaying his Steam concept at North Market and taking over the kitchen at Latitude 41 instead.

Last week, theScarlet & Grey Cafe abruptly announced its closure.

Condado Tacosannounced it is opening a fourth Columbus location at 2977 N. High St. in Clintonville, current site of La Patrona.

Texas-basedFuzzy's Taco Shop announced it is taking over the old Japanese Steakhouse space at 479 N. High St. across from the Convention Center.

Tastings – A Wine Experience opened in the old Camelot Cellars space at 958 N. High St. last week. Camelot Cellars moved to Olde Towne East last year.

Dada Empanada has opened a second location at 1724 Northwest Blvd.

Delay's Diner opened at 5913 Westerville Rd. this week.

Sunny Street Cafe opened a new location at 8461 Sancus Blvd. at Polaris.

The location ofYour Pieat 1011 W. Fifth Ave. has closed.

Darista Dips hosts its third birthday celebration at the Grandview Yard Market District this Friday, May 12, from 6-8 p.m. The festivities include the release of a new dip flavor, Sweet Pea Goddess Hummus.

Columbus Craft Beer Week kicks off on Friday, May 12, and runs through May 20. The celebration includes beer tastings, special releases, dinners and more, all culminating in the Six One Pour beer festival on May 20.

Simply Rolled Ice Cream celebrates its grand reopening inside Oats & Barley Market on Saturday, May 13.

Donato's launched a new flavor this week, the Nashville-style hot chicken pizza.

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