From Columbus Dispatch: Aladdin’s soon will be part of mix at northeast Columbus’ Hamilton Quarter
Aladdin’s will add a fifth central Ohio store in the burgeoning Hamilton Quarter area just outside New Albany.
The Cleveland-based Lebanese restaurant chain will flaunt a fancy new design at 6284 E. Dublin-Granville Road, with the 2,610-square-foot restaurant expected to open in the spring.
“We have felt more than welcome in the Columbus area since we opened our doors in Clintonville in 1998,” said Fady Chamoun, founder of Aladdin’s, formerly Aladdin’s Eatery. “We’re excited to continue serving fresh, healthy and delicious Lebanese cuisine to our neighbors and are looking forward to being a part of New Albany’s community.”
Aladdin’s, which has locations in Clintonville, Powell and Worthington – will serve wine and beer, including Lebanese brand Almaza, a lager.
Hamilton Quarter seemed like a good fit for the Aladdin’s brand, Chamoun said.
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