Two chain restaurants are set to open new locations in Columbus
Columbus may be known as a hub for small businesses, but one thing’s for sure: chain restaurants are still successful here.
Specifically, chain restaurants that revolve around sirloin steak and Korean BBQ. Here are 2 chain restaurants set to open around Columbus:
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Longhorn SteakhouseOpening at 5091 N. High St. Columbus, OH
A recent city permit indicates that Longhorn Steakhouse is in the process of renovating the old, now-closed Bob Evans located in Graceland Shopping Center. Bob Evans closed in 2021, and the building has remained empty ever since.
Longhorn Steakhouse has locations around Columbus already, including near Polaris, Gahanna, and Dublin. They serve a variety of steaks, Tex-Mex sides, salads, and desserts.
KPOT Korean BBQ and Hot PotOpening at 8665 Sancus Blvd. Columbus, OHTheir first location opened at 5240 Bethel Rd. in February of this year, and they’re already set to open another location near Polaris, according to KPOT’s website.
Hot Pot is an Asian cooking method, where meats and vegetables are prepared in a simmering pot of soup stock, right on your dining table. KPOT will also offer a Korean BBQ option, where patrons cook their own meats and vegetables on a hot grill at their table.
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BROUGHT TO YOU BYLonghorn SteakhouseKPOT Korean BBQ and Hot PotWant to read more? Check out our print publications, (614) Magazine and Stock & Barrel. Learn where you can find a free copy of our new August issue here!