Food News: Lion Cub's Cookies opens storefront; One Line Coffee returns Downtown

Restaurant openings, closings and more Central Ohio food and drink news

Nicholas Dekker
Lion Cub's Cookies

Bradley Kaplan’s Lion Cub's Cookies officially opens its doors on Friday, June 25. The much-anticipated shop, located at 1261 Grandview Ave., began as a series of pop-ups in late 2019 before exploding in popularity as a delivery service during the pandemic.

One Line Coffee reopens its Capitol Square shop, located on the ground floor of the Huntington Center, on Monday, June 28. The Downtown shop, which originally shuttered at the start of the pandemic, joins One Line’s already operational stores in the Short North and Franklinton.

Service Bar announced this week that it would cease carry-out service after Wednesday, June 30, in order to refresh the restaurant space and work toward reopening for dine-in.

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After a year off, Watershed Distillery brings back its annual Four Peel Fest on Sunday, June 27, from noon to 5 p.m. The all-ages, block party-style event will focus on the distillery’s signature gin, with cocktails, food from the recently reopened Watershed Kitchen & Bar, music, games, local vendors, tours and even a .5K race (yes, .5K). This week, Watershed also announced additions to its bourbon lineup, including a four-year-aged bourbon and a 100-proof Bottled in Bond bourbon.

Brassica opens its third Columbus location, and its fourth overall, on Friday, June 25, at 4012 Townsfair Way at Easton. Easton also announced a number of new tenants this week, including a location of Louisiana-based chain Another Broken Egg, set to open sometime this fall at 3942 Townsfair Way.

A new bar called Short Supply recently joined the Short North at 765 N. High St. The bar is co-owned by Justin Boehme, who owned two of the site’s previous occupants, Eugene’s Canteen and DaLevee.

As the Dispatch reported earlier this week, a new Haitian eatery, T-co Island Restaurant, opened recently at 4466 Cleveland Ave.

Rambling House Sodas announced this week that it has moved to a larger facility, allowing it to ramp up production and increase its beverage offerings.