Food News: Middle West Spirits opens Service Bar; Two Dollar Radio HQ opens on Parsons; Le Chocoholique closes Short North storefront

Nicholas Dekker

Middle West Spirits opens Service Bar, its much-anticipated restaurant, to the public on Thursday, Oct. 5.

TheTwo Dollar Radio Headquartersbar and cafe opened at 1124 Parsons Ave. last week.

Le Chocoholiqueclosed its store at 601 N. High St. in the Short North. The products are still available at area grocery stores and online.

The Revelry Tavernopened at 6711 Dublin Center Dr. in Dublin last week.

Blunch, an urban cafe, is coming soon to 2973 N. High St. in Clintonville, former site of Bonchon Korean fried chicken.

Condado Tacos announced it is taking over the old Salt & Pine space at 250 S. High St. Downtown. The space will serve as offices and a test kitchen. A new Condado location, the fourth in Columbus, is set to open in Clintonville in the coming months.

Two Truthscocktail bar in the Short North added a kitchen and began serving food this week.

Two Brother Bar & Kitchenhas opened at the Columbus Marriott Northwest, located at 5605 Blazer Pkwy. in Dublin.

Restaurateur Manny Castillo hosts aFall Pop-Up Dinner at The Kitchen on Thursday, Oct. 12. The four-course, prix-fixe menu will focus on Southern and Creole cuisine. Castillo plans to open a restaurant calledShenandoah Tavern in Columbus sometime in the future.

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