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First Phase of Motorists’ Plan Calls for Five-Story Building Overlooking Topiary Park

Brent Warren Brent Warren First Phase of Motorists’ Plan Calls for Five-Story Building Overlooking Topiary Park

Motorists Insurance Group revealed more details of its plan for a one-acre parking lot abutting the Topiary Park Downtown. The latest proposal, which was presented to the Downtown Commission at its meeting on Tuesday, also shed some light on the company’s plans for future phases of the development. The overall plan calls for a total […]

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Breakfast Review: What the Waffle?

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Breakfast Review: What the Waffle?

The What the Waffle story starts at the Columbus Food Hub. The Food Hub isn’t new. According to its website, it was founded in 2013 by Allen Scott, as an offshoot of his United Provision Meat, Seafood & Catering Company. United Provision itself is decades old, with a long history of offering well-priced, painfully fresh […]

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What the Waffle Now Serving Breakfast in Olde Towne East

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega What the Waffle Now Serving Breakfast in Olde Towne East

Old Towne East’s latest breakfast spot is just a month old, but What the Waffle owner Gayle Troy said it already appears to be exactly what the neighborhood wanted. On top of that, it was a good time for Troy to use her business experience in a more fulfilling (read: fun) career. “I love brunch. […]

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Camelot Cellars Closing Short North Location

Walker Evans Walker Evans Camelot Cellars Closing Short North Location

If you plan to visit Camelot Cellars in the Short North one last time before they close, you officially have one more week to go. The urban boutique winery will be closing its doors at 958 North High Street at the end of the day next Saturday, March 26th. Fans of Camelot won’t have to wait […]

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Camelot Cellars Relocating to Olde Towne East

Walker Evans Walker Evans Camelot Cellars Relocating to Olde Towne East

Urban boutique winery Camelot Cellars is packing up their business to relocate from the Short North to Olde Towne East. Citing an expanding production and wholesale business, Camelot owner Janine Aquino said that the move is primarily to have more room to grow. “Our production and distribution has expanded a lot — to 30 to 40 […]

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FroYo Shop Relocating from Gay Street to Olde Towne East

Walker Evans Walker Evans FroYo Shop Relocating from Gay Street to Olde Towne East

After three years of operation, 39 Below FroYo is trading in its Gay Street address for a Parsons Avenue address. Owner Carolyn Maloney posted an update on the company’s Facebook page yesterday announcing the relocation plans that will take place over the course of this winter. “At the end of November, 39 Below will not […]

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Restaurant Review: J Hot Fish

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Restaurant Review: J Hot Fish

It’s taken too long to get to J Hot Fish. Some people might know the Olde Towne East location as the former home of the very popular Hot Chicken Takeover (now holed up in the North Market). Others might know it as a longstanding fresh fish market, United Provision. On Thursdays through Sundays, the address […]

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