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German Village

Located just south of downtown Columbus, this historic neighborhood was settled by a large number of German immigrants in the mid-1800s. Today, German Village has a single zoned commercial strip along Livingston Avenue; it’s mostly a residential neighborhood of red-brick homes with wrought iron fences along tree-lined, brick streets.

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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Plant Shop STUMP Opening Second Store

Anne Evans Anne Evans Plant Shop STUMP Opening Second Store

Curated plant shop STUMP is growing. The second store will be located in a 560 square foot space in German Village at 220 Thurman Avenue. “We love spending time in German Village, whether it’s sitting down for breakfast and coffee at one of the delicious bakeries, or grabbing lunch and taking our dog for a […]

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Fox in the Snow Cafe Opening Second Location in German Village

Walker Evans Walker Evans Fox in the Snow Cafe Opening Second Location in German Village

Popular Italian Village coffee-and-bakery hangout Fox in the Snow Cafe announced today that they’re ready to expand after just two years of bustling business on North Fourth Street. The local company will open a second location next summer at the intersection of Thurman Avenue and Jaeger Street in German Village. “There were a couple of […]

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Top 10 Things to Do in German Village

Walker Evans Walker Evans Top 10 Things to Do in German Village

German Village is one of the oldest and most treasured historic neighborhoods in Columbus. Many of the buildings and streets in German Village look exactly the same way they did 150 years ago thanks to a meticulous historic preservation effort that began a half century ago. Today, German Village is not only home to some of […]

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Columbus Makes Art Presents: The Winter’s Tale at Actors’ Theatre with Director Micah Logsdon

Scott Vezdos Scott Vezdos Columbus Makes Art Presents: The Winter’s Tale at Actors’ Theatre with Director Micah Logsdon

Micah Logsdon has performed, written, directed and administered theater for more than 20 years. We sat down with him to discuss his directorial process for Actors’ Theatre’s upcoming production of William Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale and its Appalachian setting. Scott Vezdos: Describe your art and your creative process. Micah Logsdon: I don’t know if I’m […]

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Eat Right: Best Restaurant Spaces to Hold An Event

Shelley Mann Shelley Mann Eat Right: Best Restaurant Spaces to Hold An Event

Summer is the season of graduation parties, wedding showers, baby showers, rehearsal dinners, you name it. If you’re seeking a venue for your next special event, consider a local restaurant! Many Columbus restaurants have special event spaces ideal for any size gathering. Barcelona Restaurant and Bar 263 E. Whittier Street — German Village Barcelona’s semi-private […]

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Daily Growler Teams up with Big Mamma’s Burritos on Brewery District Location

Walker Evans Walker Evans Daily Growler Teams up with Big Mamma’s Burritos on Brewery District Location

Local growler fill-up business The Daily Growler announced today that they’re planning to open a third location later this year at 702 South High Street, sandwiched between The Brewery District and German Village neighborhoods. And not only will visitors be able to fill up on beer, they’ll be able to fill up on tex-mex as […]

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