A brand new vegan restaurant opens close to Worsington and one other restaurant closes

A brand new vegan restaurant opens close to Worsington and one other restaurant closes

Mallory Konovsky opened Zami's Vegan Kitchen after finding some vegan options on the Far North Side.

A brand new restaurant has opened close to Worsington, serving vegan meals on the Far North Facet. The vegan spots within the campus space are closed.

Zammy’s Vegas Kitchen, 1155 Worthington Woods Blvd., opened on April twentieth. Proprietor Mallory Konovsky states that he had labored within the restaurant trade for the previous 16 years earlier than proudly owning his personal restaurant.

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“I at all times wished to have my very own place, however the timing went nicely,” Konovsky mentioned. “It was a superb alternative for me to take. I’ve been working for the previous couple of years, taking enterprise class and making ready to open my place.”

Zammy's Vegas Kitchen Cobb Salad is on a romine bed with chickpeas, radish, corn, BacUN, avocado, tomatoes, pan de elote croutons, eggs and lunch dressing. Grilled or fried Chick'n can be added to the salad.

The menu consists of salads, sandwiches and vegan burgers, and if you happen to rise up early, the breakfast burritos and breakfast sandwiches are all do-it-yourself.

Konovsky, who’s vegan himself, mentioned he did not see many vegan meals choices close to Worsington and Westerville.

Mallory Konovsky named her new restaurant Zami's Vegan Kitchen after her two rescue dogs, Zack and Sammy.

She mentioned she was “blown away” by the response from the vegan neighborhood in Columbus and thanked the staff who wished the restaurant to thrive.

“We’re actually excited and actually constructive about this summer season,” she mentioned. “And people who as soon as once more know that we’re right here really feel that we’ll proceed to develop. I’m actually excited in regards to the future.”

Zack Burger at Zami's Vegan Kitchen on the Far North Side is named after Zack, one of the owner's rescue dogs, Mallory Konovsky. Pictures of Sammy, Zack and Konovsky's other dog, are everywhere in the restaurant.

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With the opening of Zammy’s, one other quick informal vegan restaurant, Eden Burger, can even be closed. Based on a Fb put up by proprietor Sebastian Kovach, the restaurant was closed for a “foreseeable future” at 1437 N. Excessive St. within the College District and was subsequently eliminated by Fb group moderators. ..