Even a pandemic can’t stop Columbus’ iconic North Market, which opened its second location—North Market Bridge Park in Dublin—on Friday, Nov. 6.
The sleek and contemporary multi-story building (which contrasts with the historical feel of the original location downtown) is located at 6750 Longshore St. in Dublin, and is currently open on Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Fridays and Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., and from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sundays.
North Market Bridge Park’s interior aesthetic features a chic combination of exposed pipeworks ceilings, cream brickwork, and bare-bulb string lighting.
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Right now, the market is debuting what it refers to as a “limited initial preview” offering a “taste of what’s to come”, with four of its eventual 19 vendors open for business at this time. The location will be temporarily closed Monday through Wednesday over the next several weeks while construction for additional vendors is completed.
The four vendors now open at North Market Bridge Park include Coastal Local Seafood, Dos Hermanos Tacos, Market Bar, and Reuse Revolution. Unlike its opening mates, Reuse Revolution isn’t a food vendor, but instead a seller of products that allow consumers to live a zero-waste lifestyle, such as stainless steel straws, reusable drinkware, bamboo kitchen utensils, and a variety of other green-thinking household items.
Although a precise timeline hasn’t been announced, the market will be opening more stores in waves during the coming weeks, and aims to be fully operational by early 2021. The other vendors with Bridge Park locations include:
Bake Me Happy
BREaD Bakery + Café
Hoyo’s Sambusas & Juices
The Pit BBQ Grille
Bubbles the Tea and Juice Company
Kintsugi Sushi Bar
The Little Kitchen
Flowers & Bread
Black Radish Creamery
The Dublin Farmer’s Daughter