Itching to find out about the freshest new spots in Columbus? From an Ale House to a bakery, read on for a rundown of the newest businesses to open around town.
Miller’s Ale House – Columbus Easton
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Miller’s Ale House – Columbus Easton is a sports bar and traditional American spot, offering seafood and more, that recently opened at 3884 Morse Road in Strawberry Farms.
This is the second Columbus-area outpost for the Florida-based franchise, which has 98 locations across the country. The large menu ranges from snacks like the signature chicken tender “zingers” and Bavarian pretzels to salads, soups and entrees like the barbecue baby back ribs and shrimp Alfredo linguine.
Explore the entire menu here.
Blush Nail Lounge
Blush Nail Lounge is a nail salon, that recently opened at 4245 N. High St. in Whetstone.
The salon offers manicures and pedicures (seven different kinds to choose from), dipping powder, nail art, nail repair, waxing and more. The spot also has a reward card that offers discounts after a certain number of services.
Check out all the salon’s services here.
Buckeye Chili & Smokehouse
Buckeye Chili & Smokehouse is a new bar and smokehouse, offering chicken wings and more that’s located at 30 S. Young St.
On the “chili” part of the menu, look for four varieties (regular, spicy, beanless and vegetarian) along with chili spaghetti, chili cheese fries and a chili dog. On the “smoke” part of the menu, expect hickory-smoked pulled pork, brisket and wings.
Take a look at the rest of the menu here.
Woops is a bakery, offering waffles, macarons and more, that’s made its debut at 5043 Tuttle Crossing Blvd. in Tuttle.
The New York-based franchise has outposts across the country. This location is a kiosk inside the Mall at Tuttle Crossing. The bakery offers macarons in a variety of flavors, along with cookies, waffles and other pastries.
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