The Grub Gallery’s motto is “Eat, Create, Be Happy,” and their goal has been to show people that hot and flavorful grilled eats can be among the other street food-favorites…but there is more to The Grub Gallery than that!
The Grub Club caters to diversity, especially within their local-mobile-small business model. They like to create and be innovative with more than just their grub, so the team has fashioned together its own “Yooneek Line” to provide custom screen printed apparel and posters. Recently they began to source art from local artists to serve up on the streets, giving new meaning to “street art.” The Grub Gallery also partners with local entertainment and promotion companies, which allows patrons to buy certain concert tickets at their mobile venue. This is The Grub Gallery, and Columbus they are here for you. Add them on Facebook and Twitter to find out where they will be next!
Chipotle meets sushi. That is the concept behind Maki Go. When you walk in, you have the power to customize your own sushi roll. That includes everything from the wrap, the rice, the fresh ingredients, and toppings. The maki (roll) choices range from Spicy Ahi Tuna, Fresh Salmon, Honey Soy Chicken to Grilled Tofu! Romaine, cucumbers, avocado, fresh salsas, and tempura crunch! You can sauce it up with Spicy Mayo, Wasabi Dressing, and our own “maki go” sauce! Finish it up with a side of edamame, seaweed salad, or hot cup of miso soup! Its West Coast inspired and Columbus admired. Check them out at 12 E. Broad Street (at the northeast corner of Broad and High Streets).
Kittie’s Cakes is all about making delicious cake for Columbus. Hand-crafting cakes is what they do. They pride themselves on balancing unique flavor profiles with the comfort of nostalgic American pairings. Owners Mollie and Kelly Fankhauser love Columbus and love cake — their promise to you is that they will always present the highest quality products, first-class service, and an indulgent experience. Don’t forget that everything is made from scratch with real butter!
TORSO has been a fun and flirty presence on High Street in the Short North Arts District since June 1998 (They also have a store inside Exile on Fourth Street).Their interesting and whimsical window displays draw you inside to a wide variety of items. Help TORSO celebrate their 15th year in business by stopping in to complete with your Pride outfit. TORSO is known for their huge selection of men’s underwear and swimwear, including Diesel and Andrew Christian. But don’t fret, ladies, they also carry women’s fashions, unisex accessories, jewelry, greeting cards, holiday items, and pride-savvy items.