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Four tenants open in Easton’s new urban district

Al Urbanski
Dragon Donuts provides tasty pastry to customers and good jobs to challenged people.

Easton Town Center’s $500 million new urban district, where an RH Gallery and an Arhaus have already been doing business, opened four new tenants this week.

Being welcomed to the new neighborhood is Dragon Donuts, ramen and sushi specialist Slurping Turtle, the Hawaiian-inspired LemonShark Poké & Makai Grill, and the rolling and reeling entertainment mash-up of Pins Mechanical Co. and 16-Bit Bar + Arcade.

“This latest expansion is packed with first-to-market restaurant concepts, all wrapped around specialty curated art, eclectic walkways, and an outdoor entertainment center and lounge,” said Easton CEO Jennifer Peterson.

Easton Pins Mechanical Co. operates in 38,000 sq. ft. comprising two floors and a mezzanine level with stadium seating and three full-service bars with elements of RISE Brands’ 16-Bit Bar+Arcade concept within its walls. Fun stuff includes 16 duckpin lanes, 60-plus pinball and arcade games, bocce ball, and bubble hockey.

Dragon Donuts keeps expanding with Easton. Its 1,900-sq.-ft. shop in the New District is its third location within the development. Dragon focuses on employing men and women who need assistance getting back on their feet after hardships.

Other tenants inside the 16-acre expansion include Ivan Kane’s Forty Deuce Cafe & Supper Club, Ohio’s first True Food Kitchen, Forbidden Root, and The Beeline and Crimson.

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