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Arepazo: “The Taste of Latin America”

Arepazo is locally famous for its traditional fried plantains. (Wikimedia Commons)

Arepazo is a family-owned restaurant whose name stems from the Venezuelan cornmeal dish, the arepa. With locations in Gahanna and the Brewery District Neighborhood, Arepazo boasts authentic cuisine that merges Latin American culture with fine dining. 

Arepazo features classic Latin American appetizers, including papa criolla ($6), Venezuelan tequeños ($6), and Venezuelan empanaditas ($12) with shredded chicken, beef, and beans and cheese. 

In addition, the restaurant prides itself on its famous empanadas and arepas, with prices ranging from $5 to $9.50. Each dish provides a variety of options, including shredded chicken, beef, pork, steak, and a vegetarian alternative. 

This Latin American eatery also offers several Venezuelan and Colombian entrees, including patacón ($14), a fried plantain topped with lettuce and cheese, and bandeja paisa ($18), which includes chorizo, chicharrón, and grilled steak paired with eggs, fried plantains, and arepitas. 

Along with its two physical locations, Arepazo is also available to order through DoorDash. 


Hours: Monday – Friday: 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.  (Lunch)–5 p.m. – 9 p.m. (Dinner) 

Saturday: 1 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.           Sunday: Closed

Brewery District:  515 S High Street (614) 914-8878

Gahanna: 93 N High Street, Gahanna  (614) 471-7296


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