Korean hot dog chain coming; Dry Mill snags Downtown space

David Payne of Canal Winchester, left, and Colin Thomas of Delaware, friends since their middle school days in Worthington, hope to open The Dry Mill, a sober bar, near Downtown Columbus before the end of the year.

Openings & Announcements 

The Korean hot dog craze is coming to Columbus. The chain Myungrang Hotdog is bringing the trendy street food to 850 N. High St. in the Short North, according to storefront signage and the chain’s website. Korean-style corn dogs are quite different than the American version. They can be hot dogs, mozzarella cheese or even fish cakes coated in rice-flour batter (and sometimes coated in potato) and then deep fried. In the U.S., Myungrang has locations in California, Arizona and Utah. 

The Dry Mill, the city’s sole sober bar, is expected to open Downtown early next year, according to a social media announcement. The Dry Mill is taking over 79 S. Fourth St., formerly Andes Bar & Grill. The bar aims to offer an alcohol-free space for socializing, with a variety of zero-proof cocktails, non-alcoholic beers and other beverages. Read more about Columbus’ growing NA options here


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