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Cincy Restaurant Group to Open First Columbus Bar at Easton

 Taijuan Moorman Cincy Restaurant Group to Open First Columbus Bar at EastonThis central plaza, dubbed The Yard, will be framed by The Beeline, along with Crimson Cup and Forbidden Root. Photo by Brent Warren.
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Four Entertainment Group, owner and operator of over 20 bars and restaurants in Cincinnati and Chicago, is bringing its newest venture to Columbus.

The Beeline, a 3,000-square-foot bar named after a railway that connected Columbus and Cincinnati, will offer guests a wide selection of beer, wine and high-quality craft cocktails.

“We’ve become huge fans of their venues, which are known not only for their exceptional ales and spirits, but also for the friendliness of the environment and the distinctive décor, lighting and music,” said Jennifer Peterson, chief executive at Easton. “We expect The Beeline to become a fast favorite.”

Guests will witness a vividly stylized interior that gives a subtle nod to the bar’s railway namesake. The bar will also include an adjoining, wrap-around patio complete with yard games, an outdoor projection screen, heating during cooler months and fans during warmer months, as well as special events and programming.

And on weekend nights, local and national DJs will also provide music for a nightlife environment.

“Our number one goal is to create a truly unique experience for our guests, and we look forward to bringing a dynamic energy into the already vibrant and buzzing streets of Easton,” said Bob Deck, managing partner for Four Entertainment Group.

The Beeline is expected to be open for the 2019 holiday season. The bar is one of the many shopping, dining and entertainment destinations in the $500 million expansion of Easton Town Center.

For more information regarding The Beeline, visit www.thebeelinebar.com.

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