A new cafe has opened near Worthington, serving up vegan eats on the Far North Facet, though a campus-location vegan spot has shut.
Zammy’s Vegan Kitchen area, 1155 Worthington Woods Blvd., opened April 20. Owner Mallory Konovsky mentioned she’s labored in the cafe sector for the earlier 16 decades just before possessing a cafe of her personal.
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“I’ve often wished to have my have position and the timing labored out,” stated Konovsky. “It was just a great option that I required to take. I’ve been working the earlier couple years, getting enterprise courses, preparing myself to open my individual position.”
On the menu are salads, sandwiches, vegan burgers, and for the early birds, breakfast burritos and breakfast sandwiches, all produced in-residence.
Konovsky, who is a vegan herself, said she didn’t see quite a few selections for vegan foodstuff around Worthington and Westerville.
She said she has been “blown away” by the reaction from Columbus’ vegan local community and is grateful for personnel who want to see the restaurant prosper.
“We’re seriously fired up and we truly feel definitely positive about this summer time,” she explained. “And as soon as much more people today know that we are right here, I experience like we are going to just go on to develop. I am just genuinely psyched for the upcoming.”
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With the opening of Zammy’s also will come the closing of a further fast-casual vegan cafe, Eden Burger. The restaurant will be closed at 1437 N. High St. in the University District for the “foreseeable long term,” in accordance to a Facebook post by the operator, Sebastian Kovach, that has since been taken down by moderators of the Facebook team it appeared in.
In the article, Kovach claimed a former manager commenced her have cafe whilst working for Eden Burger and took other workforce with her.
Reviews on the write-up from previous workers users have contradicted his promises that the former manager sabotaged the restaurant, pointing the blame back again on Kovach. Responses also pointed out that Michigan-primarily based Eden Foods sued the restaurant for trademark infringement late very last yr.
Eden Burger could not be arrived at for comment or to detect the former supervisor described. Konovsky said she earlier labored at Eden Burger but said she was encouraged not to focus on Kovach’s write-up.
“It would seem to be about me, but if it is, it really is loaded with fake accusations.” she said.