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Modern Southern-style restaurant chain opening first Ohio location this month

Modern Southern-style restaurant chain opening first Ohio location this month

Jack McLaughlin

In less than a month, Tupelo Honey’s very first Ohio location will open to the public. 

The popular Southern-style eatery announced today that its Columbus restaurant, which is located at 1678 W. Lane Ave., will hold its grand opening on Oct. 26.

Billed as a “revival and celebration of Southern food and traditions rooted in the Carolina Mountains,” Tupelo Honey offers breakfast, lunch and dinner. Featured dishes include items like bone-in fried chicken seasoned with its secret Bee Dust spice blend, Tupelo Shrimp and Grits and the New Orleans-inspired Roast Beef Debris.


The 5,500 square-foot restaurant is also bringing its fan-favorite cocktails to Columbus, in addition to a menu for dogs, offering canine-friendly biscuits and gravy and a bacon and peanut butter dish.

“We’re thrilled to bring our scratch-made Southern food north to Ohio this fall,” said Christin Prince, Tupelo Honey’s SVP of marketing, in a press release. “Ohio set the stage with its flourishing and diverse food scene that caters to our restaurant model of conscientious sourcing. This is the perfect place for our newest location, and we can’t wait for Columbus and Upper Arlington residents and visitors alike to experience the eclectic, scratch-made kitchen & bar experience only our restaurant teams provide.”

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