The Dublin Farmer’s Daughter, Coastal Local Seafood, Market Bar, MoMo Ghar and Dough Mama will be first merchants at North Market Bridge Park, according to a Nov. 15 news release from North Market.
The five merchants are part of the first phase of committed merchants, according to the release.
The market is expected to open in spring 2020 on the ground floor at 6736 Longshore St. in Crawford Hoying’s Bridge Park development. The original North Market, a public market with dozens of independent vendors, is in Columbus’ Short North.
According to the release, North Market Bridge Park staff and board members began looking for merchant applicants in April and received more than 100 applications from business owners in the state. The new establishment will have room for 19 merchants; more will be announced in the coming months.
A Johnstown-based business, the Dublin Farmer’s Daughter offers fresh meats, poultry, game, eggs and produce and will offer an artisanal eatery serving farmhouse-style comfort food, according to the release.
Coastal Local Seafood, based in Canal Winchester, will provide seafood ingredients for home chefs at their North Market retail shop and such onsite menu items as lobster rolls and crab cakes and fresh oysters at a raw bar, according to the release.
The Market Bar will include an onsite bar with craft beer and wine, according to the release.
North Market Bridge Park will be MoMo Ghar’s third location; the Tibetan and Nepali eatery has a location at Saraga International Grocery at 1265 Morse Road and another at North Market downtown, according to the release.
Dough Mama, a bakery and cafe, also is at 3335 N. High Street in Clintonville.