Easton Town Center welcomes six new tenants

Al Urbanski
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Fave Columbus eatery Brassica, with three locations downtown, now opens up at Easton.

Ohio’s premier, 200-plus-store retail Mecca opened a brand new district during the pandemic and this month ushers in six new tenants—three of which are first-to-market or first in the state.

Already open at Columbus’s Easton Town Center is Brassica, a well-known restaurant in the city that specializes in Easter Mediterranean sandwiches and salads. It’s also renowned for beverages including Minty Pink Lemonade, cold-brewed Counter Culture Coffee, and Ohio-brewed craft beers.

Brand new to the state will be UpWest, an apparel, wellness, and home goods brand that aims for a positive impact on the planet through its “Comfort is Good” initiative. 

The two new-to-market shops are Buff City Soap, a producer of bars, bath bombs, and laundry soap made in-store in its Soap Makery, and Another Broken Egg, the Louisiana fave that brings Southern flair—and cocktails—to breakfast, brunch, and lunch.

Rounding out the new roster of tenant—all of which are scheduled to open this year, are the African-themed restaurant Afra Grill and Boss Gal Beauty Bar, known for using medical treatments to enhance beauty services.