One day in the summer of 2013, Catie Randazzo pulled into the lot of the late/great Dinin’ Hall to try the cuisine of a food trucker she’d heard was doing cool things: Matt Heaggans.
She introduced herself with a big smile, and proclaimed that they were going to be friends. Heaggans remembers chuckling as she walked away thinking that she was way too nice and that she’d make it a year.
Cut to five years later with a handful of popups and Columbus Knife Fight competitions behind them: Catie’s prediction came true. In the time that elapsed, the two kicked around the notion of working on a project together. Catie had been nurturing the idea of Ambrose & Eve for years. She looked at a few spaces, but an old house on South High Street caught her eye.
Under the direction of chefs Catie Randazzo and Matthew Heaggans, Ambrose and Eve serves up classic dinner party fare with updated ingredients and techniques.