Food on a plate

Pictured (Flynn 2019): Sampler platter 

Nile Vegan Ethiopian Restaurant just opened in October 2019 on OSU campus on Worthington and 8th (so bring coins for the meters if you aren’t in walking distance or prone to public transit). Their owners are transplants from Toronto Canada and have brought a completely new 100% vegan ethnic restaurant to Columbus open 10am-10pm, seven days per week.

If you have never had Ethiopian food before, savor the delicious new distinctive flavors and textures, where eating with your hands is the norm. The flavors are authentic, the food was filling and delightful. The establishment is quite pleasant, conscionable about all things sustainable, and has a very minimalist and anti-plastic approach to their business processes and supplies. Treat yourself to an exotic new experience and discover this fabulous vegan flair on Ethiopian fare.      

VeganShift and the Columbus Vegan Meetup will be having a lovely holiday Vegan Wine and Vegan Cheeze tasting at 6:30pm on Thursday, December 19 at Savor Pint, 4440 Indianola Avenue.

Join our meetup to learn about other upcoming events such as our book club on Monday, December 9 featuring “Protest Kitchen” by Carol Adams and Virginia Messina. We hold the book club at Pure Joy Massage and Yoga, 6260 S. Sunbury Rd., Westerville.  

Such exciting times when we have now ten 100% vegan sit-down restaurants in our city! Spend some time in the new year checking them out: Loving Hut, Portia’s Café, Portia’s Next Door, Eden Burger, Two Dollar Radio, Woodhouse Vegan Café and Space, Nile Vegan, & Juice Co., Village Taco, and Ye’s Asian Vegan Kitchen.

Nile Vegan

Address: 1479 Worthington Street, Columbus (OSU Campus)

Hours: Open every day of the week from 10 am to 10 PM


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