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Owner of Asterisk Supper Club bringing sister restaurant to Westerville

Owner of Asterisk Supper Club bringing sister restaurant to Westerville

Jack McLaughlin

The owners behind a cornerstone concept in the Westerville restaurant scene are bringing another eatery to the central Ohio city.

According to owner Megan Ada, Ampersand Asian Supper Club will open its second location in Uptown Westerville later this year, and just a stone’s throw away from Asterisk,

The new eatery will be located at 32 W. College Ave. Ada told 614Now that the Asian supper club is eyeing a fall opening, but an exact date has not yet been shared.


“I’ve been thinking for awhile about having an Ampersand in Westerville and when I was reminded of this beautiful building under construction right off of State St, it just felt right. I can actually see the building from my house,” Ada said. “I’m proud of my husband, who is the Executive Chef of Ampersand. He’s created chef driven ramen and rice bowls with top quality ingredients, its elevated ramen. I’m confident our new guests are going to love it! I’m so excited for the opportunity to share Ampersand with the wonderful community of Westerville. Uptown is such a special place and it’s so cool to think two of my concepts will be within 100 feet of each other.”

The original Ampersand Asian Supper Club—which serves a variety of pan-Asian inspired noodles, bowls and small plates—first opened in 2019 in the Short North.

Ampersand’s sister eatery, Asterisk, which is also operated by owner Megan Ada and her husband Joshua Cook, is currently located in the heart of Uptown Westerville, at 14 N. State St. Asterisk has offered its upscale yet approachable fair—including its hugely popular tea service—to Westerville since 2015.

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