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    Anne Evans
    Anne Evans
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    Wednesday, July 31, 2013 11:00am

    Mozart’s at 4784, North High St. Columbus 43214

    The Columbus community is invited to join us in celebration of Mozart’s Grand Opening

    4784 N. High Street

    Wednesday, July 31st

    Guest of Honor Mayor Michael Coleman

    Festivities begin at 11am

    Enjoy European pastry samples and live music throughout the day.

    For more information, call us at 614-268-3687 or

    visit us at http://www.MozartsCafe.com

    RSVP on Facebook

    #546068

    News
    Participant

    The New Mozart’s Bakery & Piano Café Set to Open
    Published on July 24, 2013 8:00 am
    By: Ayana Wilson

    Entering Mozart’s Bakery & Piano Café is akin to stepping into another world, one littered with European charm, old world luxury, and nostalgic backdrop. Located at 2885 North High Street, Anand and Doris Saha have been serving the Clintonville community and beyond since 1995, in that time building a cult-like following of loyal patrons who not only dig the food and scene, but the people as well.

    It’s now 18 years later, and the Sahas are saying thank you to the neighborhood who has supported their dreams since their immigration from Austria by opening a brand new location for Mozart’s Bakery & Piano Café – a massive, multi-room space which can accommodate over 300 guests at a time.

    READ MORE: https://www.columbusunderground.com/the-new-mozarts-bakery-piano-cafe-set-to-open-aw1

    #546069

    News
    Participant

    Mozart’s move: ‘Dream come true’
    By GARY SEMAN JR.
    ThisWeek Community News
    Tuesday August 6, 2013 11:38 AM

    The relocated Mozart’s received a warm welcome from the neighborhood last week. Owner Anand Saha shook dozens of hands and chatted up customers as the Clintonville restaurant celebrated its grand opening July 31, with visits from Columbus dignitaries, local business owners and longtime devotees.

    READ MORE: http://www.thisweeknews.com/content/stories/clintonville/news/2013/08/05/mozarts-move-dream-come-true.html

    #546070

    News
    Participant

    Harvest Bar & Kitchen Coming Soon to Clintonville
    Published on August 9, 2013 5:00 am
    By: Ayana Wilson

    Harvest Bar & Kitchen will be opening in the space recently abandoned by Mozart’s Bakery & Piano Cafe at 2885 North High Street.

    READ MORE: https://www.columbusunderground.com/harvest-bar-kitchen-coming-soon-to-clintonville-aw1

    #546071

    News
    Participant

    Review: Mozart’s Bakery and Piano Cafe
    Published on October 16, 2013 8:00 am
    By: Miriam Bowers Abbott

    It’s been a good year to live in Beechwold. The neighborhood just North of Clintonville has never really been a hub of restaurant activity, but in recent months it’s become the home of both a new Wine Bistro and now Mozart’s.

    READ MORE: https://www.columbusunderground.com/review-mozarts-bakery-and-piano-cafe-ma1

    #546072
    Anne Evans
    Anne Evans
    Keymaster

    via email:

    Mozart’s has many options of delicious pastries for your holiday celebrations!

    #546073
    Shelley Mann
    Shelley Mann
    Participant

    MOZART FESTIVAL & OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY, JANUARY 25TH

    Mozart’s will host its annual Mozart Festival & Open House event from 12-9 p.m. Saturday, January 25, at its new location, a renovated historic restaurant space at 4784 North High Street, for the first time this year. Prominent Columbus restaurateur Elizabeth Lessner will be the Guest of Honor.

    The 19th-annual festival to celebrate the birthday of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, the namesake for Mozart’s, will be bigger and better than ever. The festival has grown from its humble beginnings of 200 guests to hosting more than 2,000 in recent years. Guests are traditionally treated to live classical music, samples of Mozart’s decadent pastries and canapés, and a ceremonial cake-cutting.

    SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
    12-1pm: Mark Werling
    1-2pm: Ariane Sletner and Luis Biava, members of High Street Four and Columbus Symphony
    2-3pm: Jayne Allison
    3-4pm: Melissa Robol
    4-5pm: Mark Werling
    5:30pm: Guest of Honor Elizabeth Lessner & Cake Cutting with Little Mozart Nathan Smith
    5-6pm: Synchronicity Trio
    6-9pm: Arnett Howard and Mark Werling

    http://www.mozartscafe.com, 614-725-5202

    #546074

    Achekov
    Participant

    The building Mozart’s is located in was originally a restaurant, many decades ago. First Beechwold Tavern and then the Golden Bull. It was kind of a roadhouse on the edge of town. It’s come full circle after after numerous incarnations as I think a camera store and a rug store and I can’t remember what all else. Here’s a picture from 1969:

    #546075

    Alex Silbajoris
    Participant

    I’ve always liked that building and I’m glad that it hasn’t been destroyed.

    #1022881
    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
    Keymaster

    Had dinner here last night with some friends and really, really enjoyed it. They menu offers breakfast any time of day, which is awesome, as our kids were able to eat waffles for dinner, Anne had a breakfast plate and I had a smoked salmon salad. Other friends tried the chicken schnitzel sandwich and smoked salmon sandwich and enjoyed those too.

    We were seated near a table filled with legos so our kids were able to play there and be entertained while the adults hung out, which was great.

    Service was professional and friendly. And of course, the owner Anand came over to check on us and gave the kids free scoops of ice cream on our way out, which he admitted was his marketing strategy to get kids to tell their parents to come back again. ;) Ha!

    Two thumbs up on the new Mozarts. Not only a great place to pop in for pastries-to-go, but a nice upscale environment that is also relaxed, kid-friendly and affordable.

    http://mozartscafe.com/restaurant/

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