True Food Kitchen opened its first Ohio restaurant in the 16-acre retail Easton Town Center retail development in Columbus.

Founded in 2008, True Food Kitchen has a focus on healthful flavor-forward menu items. “The restaurant, which boasts TV mogul Oprah Winfrey as an investor, beautifully anchors our newest district alongside merchants like RH Columbus, the Gallery at Easton Town Center and Forbidden Root botanical brewery,” says Jennifer Peterson, CEO of Easton. “While the pandemic required a slight delay in the opening of the restaurant, it has proven to be well worth the wait, as the restaurant is a natural fit for Easton’s ever-changing tenant mix to cater to our customers evolving tastes.”

To accommodate COVID-19 challenges, True Food Kitchen offers family meals to go designed for groups of two, four or six. Carryout cocktails have also been added as an option. 

The restaurant reconfigured its dining room from original plans to allow for social distancing. There is seating for 116 — 27 tables spaced 6 feet apart — as well as outdoor patio space. Service has been modified to minimize contact, including using mobile menu viewing, ordering and payment.

Image courtesy of True Food Kitchen