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Popular Columbus restaurant, closed since 2020, is returning as a delivery service

Popular Columbus restaurant, closed since 2020, is returning as a delivery service

Jack McLaughlin

A beloved Columbus restaurant is reinventing itself as a delivery and catering service.

Little Eater, a popular spot focusing on plant-based eats announced the comeback on its previously-quiet Instagram account last week.

Little Eater is currently offering catering services through its online platform, including items like salads, sandwiches, sweet treats, and even egg-based frittatas. “From backyard get-togethers, bridal luncheons, and baby showers to office lunches (or at home lunches) and holiday gatherings, we will help you celebrate the season, and create memorable experiences for you and your guests,” a statement on Little Eater’s Instagram page regarding its new catering service reads.

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It also plans to offer order-ahead delivery and pickup services for individual orders, although this is not available just yet. You can find a menu here.

After starting as a pop-up market, the plant-focused concept opened its first Columbus location in the North Market in 2015, before opening a Clintonville spot with an expanded menu in 2017. The Clintonville location closed in the fall of 2019, with the North Market location shuttering in June of 2020 due to COVID-19.

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