Three Tigers are moving; Jeni’s Everything Bagel is back
Openings and announcements
Three Tigers Brewing Co. and its sister restaurant Mai Chau are in the process of moving across the street to the old Granville Fire Hall at 133 N. Prospect St. The fire hall, which was built in 1972, is 6,000 square feet – more than double the size of the existing restaurant/brasserie space. The original Three Tigers bar, located at 140 N. Prospect St., is currently closed in preparation for the move, and the new location is expected to open to the public on April 1, according to 614. More production space will allow Three Tigers to put their beers in better hands. “We’re looking to do some real small-scale distribution, with take-out six-packs in the dining room and maybe some places in Columbus that will carry our cans as well,” owner Scott Wilkins said in an interview last year. last. .
The much talked about All Bagel ice cream from Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams returns today (Monday, March 21), both in stores and online. Flavor is in limited supply, so act fast. You can read LivingThe internet revolutionary flavor review here.
Speaking of ice cream, Hilltop’s Cream & Sugar glacier (2185 Sullivant Ave.) has announced that it will remain closed this year. Her soft ice cream truck, named “Louise”, will always be in town.
Homemade Mardi Gras Ice Cream (1947 Hard Road) reopened for the season last week, selling ice cream ranging from strawberry and chocolate to lychee and pista kulfi. Learn more about Mardi Gras here.
Watershed Kitchen + Bar has partnered with Jeni’s and Glorieux Wafulz to create a collaborative dessert to raise funds to feed Ukrainians in crisis. Until the end of April, 100% of the proceeds from the sale of the Watershed Waffles & Cream dessert ($14) will be donated to World Central Kitchen. Dessert includes a banana bread waffle with gjetost cheese from Glorieux Wafulz, topped with Jeni’s honey vanilla bean ice cream, Watershed Nocino infused maple syrup and banana nut crunches .
In case you missed it, Upper Arlington’s Tremont Center is getting a local market again. Littleton Market is expected to open at 2140 Tremont Center in late 2022, pending renovations. The store aims to continue a long tradition of local grocery stores that began at Tremont Center in the 1950s and included Huffman’s Market, which occupied the space for more than 30 years. You can find out more about Littleton Market here.
The roof of spaghetti warehouse (397 W. Broad St.) partially collapsed last week, forcing the restaurant to temporarily close. It is not yet known when it will reopen. The historic building that houses the restaurant chain is over 100 years old.
The location of the brewery district of Emmett’s Coffee (744 S. High St.) has temporarily closed while the building undergoes some upgrades. It will reopen on Friday April 1. Meanwhile, Emmett’s new location at Open Air in the Old North remains open at 2571 Neil Ave. Read LivingEmmett’s Open Air review here.