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Clintonville

Six glacial ravines cut east to west through this neighborhood just six miles north of downtown Columbus. Whetstone Park is a popular landmark and features bike trails, baseball fields and tennis courts, a pond, a library, and a recreation facility, as well as the 13-acre Park of Roses. Clintonville’s business district, concentrated on and near High Street, is home to a variety of shops and bakeries.

What the Rock?! Leaving The Short North

Walker Evans Walker Evans What the Rock?! Leaving The Short North

After ten years in the Short North, everyone’s favorite name-punctuated retail shop What the Rock?! is pulling up roots and heading north to Clintonville. “In 2017, we will be trading our digs in the Short North Arts District for a storefront on Indianola Avenue,” stated husband-and-wife owners Mike Renner and Heather Ziegler on Facebook yesterday. […]

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Columbus Native Returns From Tour, Opens Comfort Food Cart

Hannah Herner Hannah Herner Columbus Native Returns From Tour, Opens Comfort Food Cart

After spending seven years crisscrossing the country as a tour chef, Rob McClaskey decided to settle in his hometown of Columbus and follow his dream of starting a mobile food business. He and his wife, Christie McClaskey, opened Put it in Your Face sandwich cart in July. The name of the cart was born a […]

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Curds & Whey Owner Joins Weiland’s Market

Walker Evans Walker Evans Curds & Whey Owner Joins Weiland’s Market

In September, long-time North Market cheese merchant Curds & Whey closed their doors after 28 years in business, but owner Mike Kast isn’t retiring for good. Weiland’s Market announced on Friday that Kast would be joining their crew in the cheese department, bringing his years of expertise and knowledge to the Clintonville store. “We’re very […]

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Tupelo Doughnuts Abandons German Village Plans for Clintonville

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Tupelo Doughnuts Abandons German Village Plans for Clintonville

Tupelo Doughnuts’ brick-and-mortar establishment, originally set for German Village, will now open in Clintonville in February. Owner Kimberly Payne said the space is big, and the price is right. After a year of paying to lease the building at 190 East Whittier, Payne had to decide at the end of last month if she was […]

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Clintonville Voters to Decide on Tasting Room at Local Distillery

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Clintonville Voters to Decide on Tasting Room at Local Distillery

A Clintonville distillery is trying to get a ballot measure passed by voters to add an on-site tasting room. 451 Spirits, owned by Chad Kessler, has been distilling on Oakland Avenue since February. He said once a tasting room is added, it’ll be a lot easier for him to try new recipes and a lot […]

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T.Y. Fine Furniture Relocating from Merion Village to Clintonville

Walker Evans Walker Evans T.Y. Fine Furniture Relocating from Merion Village to Clintonville

Local boutique shop T. Y. Fine Furniture is on the move. After calling Merion Village home for the past two years, the store will soon relocate to a larger home at 4455 North High Street in Clintonville. “Merion Village has been a wonderful location for us, but we have outgrown our limited space there,” explained owner Tarik […]

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Little Eater Opening Restaurant in Clintonville

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Little Eater Opening Restaurant in Clintonville

Come Spring, North Market’s Little Eater is opening its first stand-alone restaurant. Established at the North Market in February of 2015, Little Eater quickly earned a reputation for its fresh dishes made from local seasonal vegetables. “We firmly believe eating vegetables is one of life’s greatest pleasures,” said Founder and Chef Cara Mangini. The building […]

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