Restaurants

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  • Return to Italy

    Owners revive La Tavola in Grandview Heights

    La Tavola lives again. Krista and Rick Lopez opened the third incarnation of their popular Italian restaurant on March 18 at 1664 W. 1st Ave. in Grandview Heights. Since then, many of the regulars from the first two La Tavola restaurants have made the journey to Grandview.

  • A sit-still Skyward Grille

    One of Columbus’ oldest food-cart businesses has a bricks-and-mortar home. Skyward Grille opened last Thursday at 2185 Riverside Dr. in Upper Arlington. Skyward Grille’s mobile carts have been serving up gyros and sandwiches near Ohio State University and Columbus State Community College since 1987.

  • Gourmet burger joint opens in Yankee Trader building

    The Bareburger restaurant finally has opened in the Short North, in the former Yankee Trader building. The New York-based chain is known for its gourmet hamburgers made with organic, grass-fed beef, as well as more-exotic proteins such as ostrich, elk, wild boar and bison.

  • Lancaster hangout focuses on families, healthy eating

    Lancaster now is home to a restaurant that weds two concepts that rarely appear together: a vegetarian cafe and an indoor play space for kids. The restaurant, called the Well, opened on March 10 at 203 S. Broad St. in the former Hammond’s men’s clothing store.