Food News: Black Creek Bistro closes; The Angry Baker opens Short North store; Coco Cat chocolates coming to North Market

Nicholas Dekker
Columbus Oktoberfest

Black Creek Bistro in Olde Towne East closed last weekend. Located at 51 Parsons Ave., the eatery had been open since 2007.

This week,The Angry Bakeropened its third store, a retail bakery at 1247 N. High St. in the Short North.

North Market announced the addition ofCoco Cat, a stall selling chocolate bars, truffles, drinking chocolates and more. The shop is slated to open in November.

Middle West Spirits announced its in-house restaurant,Service Bar, will open to the public on Thursday, Oct. 5.

Last week, sushi and ramen spotEdamame at Easton closed after nine years in business.

Speckled Hen Farm Market will be opening a brick-and-mortar location in Old Worthington.

Columbus Oktoberfest is this weekend, Friday-Sunday, Sept. 22-24, at the Ohio Expo Center. The three-day event features a beer garden, German foods, kids' activities, arts and crafts, live music and more.

Endeavor Brewing, the brewery located in the former space of Zauber Brewing, holds its grand re-opening this Saturday, Sept. 23.

Dine Originals Weekcontinues through Sunday, Sept. 24. During the week, Dine Original member restaurants are also pledging donations to food banks in areas hit by the recent hurricanes; restaurant guests are invited to participate by donating through the Dine Originals website.

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