Popular Ohio-based Mediterranean chain opening new Columbus-area location next week

Jack McLaughlin

Soon enough, New Albany will have an Aladdin’s Eatery location to call its own.

The popular Middle Eastern eatery announced yesterday that its newest storefront–located at 6284 Dublin Granville Rd.–will be holding an official grand opening on May 27.

“We are so excited to meet you, New Albany. Our team is looking forward to many meals spent together,” a statement posted to the restaurant’s Instagram account reads.


Started in Lakewood, Ohio in 1994 by Lebanese immigrant Fady Chamoun, Aladdin’s Eatery offers a wide-ranging menu with items like falafel, kabobs, and raw juices, in addition to unique “pitza” offerings (a version of Middle Eastern pizza).

The concept boasts more than 30 locations–including storefronts in Pennsylvania and Indiana–although the majority of them are concentrated in Northeastern Ohio. Currently, Aladdin’s operates Columbus-area restaurants in Clintonville, Grandview, Powell and Worthington.

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