You now have four more reasons to be excited for Dublin’s North Market with its recent merchant announcement.
The following four merchants make up the next phase of committed businesses for the second location of North Market, expected to open this summer:
Flowers & Bread
Black Radish Creamery
“This group of merchants embody what North Market stands for: local, fresh, authentic, and diverse,” said North Market’s Executive Director Rick Harrison Wolfe. “These true tastemakers will be excellent additions to the North Market Bridge Park community.”
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Local business Flowers & Bread is bringing their working artisanal bakery concept to NMBP. Owners Sarah Lagrotteria and Tricia Wheeler emphasize sourdough breads and their elevated versions of classic pastries. They currently operate one retail location in Clintonville.
Founded in 2011 by John and Anne Reese, Black Radish Creamery began their journey to cheese while living in the Hudson Valley of New York. Similar to their current shop, they will offer artisan crackers, Black Radish Creamery-made preserves, caviar, truffles, and more specialty items.
Falafel Kitchen is a new concept from owner Katy Ailabouni, who is a member of the family behind local favorite Mazah Mediterranean Eatery. The menu highlights include fresh, piping hot falafels, crunchy salads, homemade pickles, and delicious tahini sauce.
Using their own Oaxacan-style recipes, Lisa and Vicente Gutierrez started Dos Hermanos Taco Truck in 2012 and grew rapidly from there. Dos Hermanos currently operates two mobile food trucks, a taco cart, drop off catering services, a concession stand in the Greater Columbus Convention Center, and recently moved into their new commissary kitchen, Food Fort 2.0.
To check out the first wave of announced vendors, click here.