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New taco bar opens in former Dublin location of Momo Ghar

New taco bar opens in former Dublin location of Momo Ghar

Jack McLaughlin

We finally have a consolation prize following the closure of Momo Ghar’s standalone restaurant in Dublin. 

Peru Taco Bar, a family-owned eatery featuring a vast taco bar and other Peruvian specialities, officially opened on March 30. The restaurant is located at 2800 Festival Ln.

The popular Columbus spot for Tibetan dumplings, Momo Ghar, announced a temporary closure at the 2,200 square foot location in early January. It made that closure permanent last month.


Peru Taco Bar offers an array of tacos with Peruvian touches, such as charcoal broiled chicken. It also offers Peruvian drinks and entrees like lomo saltado (a traditional Peruvian dish made with beef strips, blistered onions, fries and tomatoes), Peruvian ceviche, and the eatery’s signature Jumping Burrito, which combines lomo saltado and white cheese in a rich sauce.

And while Peruvian classics dot the menu, Peru Taco Bar isn’t limited to just Peruvian cuisine, with items like al pastor and carne asada, which borrow heavily from Mexican culture.

“In some dishes you’ll find bonafide fusion cuisine, with elements of both cultures on the same dish. In others, our customers will find distinctly Mexican or Peruvian traditional cuisines at its finest,” said managing partner Jayce Snyder.

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