By Kristi Taggart, Newsweek Staff | March 19, 2019 10:37:22The restaurant at the corner of Third Street and Columbus Circle has become a symbol of the success of the city’s new economic development program, which has helped make Columbus the nation’s most diverse city.
The restaurant, Bravo, opened in April 2019 as the latest of many new eateries in the area.
Bravo is the latest venture to capitalize on the revitalization of the Columbus area, which saw its population surge from less than 1.8 million in 2011 to nearly 4 million today.
The restaurants at the new Columbus Circle restaurant include Bravo, a Mediterranean restaurant, and a restaurant called the “Greek Room.”
Bravo opened as the centerpiece of a $10 million redevelopment project in the heart of Columbus.
A few blocks away, the restaurant at Columbus Circle opened in September 2019 as a restaurant to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the opening of the new Franklin Delano Roosevelt International Airport.
Bravo’s menu has been updated to include dishes from Greece, the Middle East, and Latin America.
The restaurant serves the “Best in the World” award to the chef’s team, and the “Greatest New Restaurant” accolade to its team of chefs.
Columbus is an increasingly popular place to live and work.
According to a 2017 report by the National Association of Home Builders, Columbus had the highest number of households that were headed by immigrants living in poverty in the nation.
The Columbus Circle restaurants at Bravo and The Greek Room are examples of how the region has come to embrace its diversity, especially in the restaurants industry.
In addition to the Mediterranean restaurants, the restaurants have a Latin American menu, with dishes including tacos and a Mexican restaurant.
The new restaurant is a success story for the Columbus economy.
According the Columbus Business Journal, the new restaurant generated $1.7 million in sales, which is the third highest in the region.
The Franklin Deloater International Airport opened in 2005, and Columbus has been a hub for its development since.
In 2010, the area was ranked No. 8 on the list of the fastest growing cities in the country.