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Short North Coffee House Closes, Plans Relocation

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The Short North Coffee House closed their doors at 1195 North High Street last night at midnight, but the owners are working on a plan to reopen. According to signs posted at the business, they only considered it to be their final day in that current location.

The shop originally opened as Travonna Coffee House in 2009, and converted to a 24 hour business in 2010, making it one of the very few late night destinations for coffee in Columbus. In 2011, it was discovered that the owner of Travonna was a registered sex offender, which became a hot button discussion on our Messageboard. Soon afterward, ownership changed to new hands, and in 2013 the business changed its name to Short North Coffee House.

While a new location for the shop has not yet been named, an employee confirmed last night that they were working on a lease just a few doors north, so they wouldn’t be going far if that new location works out. The retail space at 1195 North High Street may not sit empty for long either, as a pizza shop is rumored to take their place.

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For more info, visit www.shortnorthcoffeehouse.com.

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