Sat. Jul 13th, 2024

Red Rabbit Ramen, Bodega Grilled Cheese Night and More

By meerna Jul11,2024
Red Rabbit Ramen, Bodega Grilled Cheese Night and More


In the second week of July, a new gothic-style bakery opened in the former Pattycake Bakery location in Clintonville, a popular ramen stand returned to its spot near Grandview, and grilled cheese and tomato creamery restaurant Bodega returned.

Here’s our roundup of this week’s food news:

Clintonville opens new bakery

Bite This By Annie owner Annie Dickson is opening her first shop this Saturday, July 13, at 3009 N. High St. in Clintonville. Dickson and her gothic-style bakery have become popular stops at local farmers markets, where regulars arrive early to buy brownies, cookies, stuffed “bagel bombs” and her Pub Grub mix. The new shop most recently housed Tudie’s Sweets & Cookies and was previously the original location of Pattycake Bakery.

Ramen stand reopens near Grandview

Red Rabbit Ramen is also back in action this weekend. New owners Blaine Carr and Xavy Perez will reopen the ramen cart this Friday, July 12, in front of Echo Spirits Distillery Company, 985 W. Sixth Ave. near Grandview. Carr and Perez bought the cart from the Ramsey family, who sold the business in February when they moved to Seattle. Red Rabbit Ramen will operate Fridays and Saturdays from 5 to 10 p.m. for the rest of the summer, splitting time with the newly opened Tikka Truck 614.

Bodega Style Grilled Cheese Night

Monday night brought a nostalgic taste of Bodega’s $1 grilled cheese night. Sangeeta Lakhani and Collin Castore, original founders of the Short North Bodega, brought back their popular grilled cheese and tomato cream Monday at Seventh Son Brewing. Proceeds from sales will benefit Service Relief Kitchen.

By meerna

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