A Historic Milk Bottling Plant Reopens As A Food Hall And Culinary Incubator

a historic milk bottling plant reopens as a food hall and culinary incubator

The historic Budd Dairy building, which was built in Columbus, Ohio’s Italian Village in 1916.

Budd Dairy Food Hall

This month, the Budd Dairy building, which was dubbed “America’s finest milk bottling plant” when it was built in Columbus, Ohio’s Italian Village neighborhood in 1916, reopened with fresh purpose as the Budd Dairy Food Hall. The massive industrial brick building — which processed its last shipment of milk in 1967  — will now house nine chef-driven casual restaurant concepts as well as a rotating pop-up incubator space called Hatch.

Budd Dairy Food Hall

The project is the first of its kind from the prolific Cameron Mitchell Restaurants group, which counts thirty-six restaurants in Columbus and beyond under its umbrella. (That includes Ocean Prime, which boasts a dozen outposts from New York to Beverly Hills, in addition to its flagship Columbus location.)

Meat and vegetable skewers from Boni: Filipino Street Food

Alphabetical Comfort Kitchen: sandwiches, salads, soups and sides with unique twists.

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