Carry Out Eatery Soul 2 Go Making Plans to Open a Second Location

The new eatery will feature seating for 50, a full bar and some additional menu options.
Carry Out Eatery Soul2Go Making Plans to Open a Second Location
Photo: @soul_2go on Instagram

According to a recently filed permit, Columbus eatery Soul 2 Go is making plans to open a second location at 72 E Lynn St. The permit details work to be performed to alter an existing restaurant space, including plumbing, electrical and HVAC work, with the projected scope of work estimated to cost $20,000. 

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Currently, Soul 2 Go operates a carry out eatery at 1282 Essex Ave. What Now Columbus confirmed with restaurant owners and brothers Kevin and Will Hightower that the Lynn Street location will be a dine in restaurant, complete with seating for 50 people, as well as a full bar. 

Soul 2 Go offers comforting and hearty menu options like a jerk chicken bowl served with rice, beans and red cabbage, as well as pork chops, chicken, cube steak and fish entrees, all served with a choice of sides such as mac and cheese, green beans, fried okra and garlic mashed potatoes. 

Kevin Hightower tells What Now Columbus that in addition to the menu items guests know and love from the Essex Avenue location, customers will also find some new menu items at the Lynn Street eatery when it opens. A few of those offerings include breakfast options, as well as a late night menu. 

In terms of the atmosphere at the new location, guests can expect warm tones, upbeat jazz music and images that embody the best of the Buckeye State, all of which will welcome customers to the comfortable, yet modern space. 

“We want to share the soul of Ohio,” Kevin Hightower said of the decor. “We’ll showcase artwork and notable entertainers from Ohio through pictures, murals and other forms of art.” 

Will Hightower said in addition to the art and images that will adorn the walls, the interior will feature earthtones, from mustard to brown and rust hues. 

The eatery is a partnership between Will, Kevin and Keith Hightower, and Jerome Ross. The owners hope to open within the next month, but the timeline depends on the permitting process.

Amanda Bretz

Amanda Bretz

Amanda Bretz has written food and beverage articles for numerous print and online outlets. When she isn't writing, she's most likely cooking or in the garden.
Amanda Bretz

Amanda Bretz

Amanda Bretz has written food and beverage articles for numerous print and online outlets. When she isn't writing, she's most likely cooking or in the garden.
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