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The Tavern in Olde Towne East

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  • #91203
    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
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    The Tavern Coming Soon to Olde Towne East

    By: Walker

    The corner of Oak & 18th Streets has quickly become an Olde Towne East hotspot in the past three years. First came Yellow Brick Pizza, which was followed by The Angry Baker. On May 1st, The Tavern will be joining them when it opens its doors at 889 Oak Street.

    READ MORE: https://www.columbusunderground.com/the-tavern-coming-soon-to-olde-towne-east

    #492397

    FoodFort
    Participant

    YAY!!!!!!

    #492398
    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
    Keymaster

    Now if only those multi-unit residential buildings located just west of these three restaurants could get fixed up! ;)

    #492399
    Snarf
    Snarf
    Participant

    LIKE!

    #492400

    christylwilliams
    Participant

    AHHHHHH! SUPER LIKE! I’m so excited.

    #492401

    groundrules
    Participant

    Hey, i know those people! weird. but cool.

    #492402

    people211
    Member

    I’m moving to OTE in late April. On Fair Ave near near Wilson. Nice to see businesses opening within the neighborhood as opposed to along one strip.

    #492403

    mrpoppinzs
    Member

    awesome

    #492404

    ZHC
    Member

    Man Oak Street has really built up a surprising amount of momentum. 5 years that would not have been the street I would have guessed would have seen resurgence of OTE.

    It’s nice to see and I hope it spreads!

    #492405
    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
    Keymaster

    ZHC said:
    Man Oak Street has really built up a surprising amount of momentum. 5 years that would not have been the street I would have guessed would have seen resurgence of OTE.

    I think it’s testimonial to the affordability for small business owners to be able to open in existing structures, even if they require major renovations. I’m bummed that Long Street has seen so many demolitions not only because we’ve lost historic architecture, but because it’s going to be that much more difficult to fill new higher rent spaces with independent and unique businesses like the ones on Oak Street.

    #492406
    hugh59
    hugh59
    Participant

    I am very pleased to see this pickup in business on Oak Street since we live on Oak Street not too far away. We were some of Yellow Brick’s first customers. I would really love to see someone redevelop the commercial property at the northwest corner of Oak and Ohio. Sadly, the owner is holding out for an unrealistic amount of money. But, if business in the area really picks up, his asking price may not be so unreasonable in the near future.

    I gotta tell you, it is great being biking/walking distance from work. If only we had a decent grocery in walking distance things would be even better.

    #492407

    News
    Participant

    THE TAVERN CELEBRATES LONG-AWAITED OPENING
    Restaurants — 08 June 2012

    For months, anticipation has been building as the owners of The Tavern at 889 Oak Street navigated the intricate process of opening a bar and restaurant.

    For their first two days, The Tavern held a soft opening, serving food and drinks to dozens of hungry friends and family. On Friday, they finally opened for the general public, and both neighborhood residents and visitors alike say that the wait was worth it.

    READ MORE: http://www.oldetowneeast.org/the-tavern-celebrates-long-awaited-opening/

    #492408

    placebohigh
    Participant

    Checked it out. Really great addition to the neighborhood. Oak St is fast becoming a destination for cool little restaurants. Right next to The Angry Baker. Inside looks amazing. Patio is huuuge. Every table was packed last night. Food was great (sandwiches, salads, appetizers like chicken wings and pretzel bites) and a large selection of draft beers (Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale, Lake Erie Monster, etc). Surprised they’re open 7 days a week til the wee hours of the morning with a full kitchen.

    #492409
    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
    Keymaster

    The menu! (click to enlarge)

    #492410

    News
    Participant

    New bar: The Tavern
    Wednesday June 13, 2012 7:30 PM
    By Jesse Tigges

    The Tavern in Olde Towne East is like the “Blackwater” episode of “Game of Thrones.” The long-awaited, much-anticipated new watering hole next to The Angry Baker has finally opened, and it lives up to the hype. In case you haven’t watched/read any of the “Game of Thrones” series and don’t get the “Blackwater” reference, I’ll put it simply for you: The Tavern is freaking cool! With dark (almost black) wood decor, wood floors, a stellar beer selection and a menu that presents a number of hard decisions, The Tavern is the finest new hangout to open in our fair city in a while.

    READ MORE: http://www.columbusalive.com/content/stories/2012/06/14/new-bar-the-tavern.html

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