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Six glacial ravines cut east to west through this neighborhood just six miles north of downtown Columbus. Whetstone Park is a popular landmark and features bike trails, baseball fields and tennis courts, a pond, a library, and a recreation facility, as well as the 13-acre Park of Roses. Clintonville’s business district, concentrated on and near High Street, is home to a variety of shops and bakeries.

Little Changing for Lucky’s Market After Sale

Susan Post Susan Post Little Changing for Lucky’s Market After Sale

It’s good news for Lucky’s fans. The Clintonville grocery store will largely remain the same Lucky’s shoppers know and love after its purchase by Cleveland-based Dave’s Markets. The grocer announced the purchase of both the Columbus and Cleveland Lucky’s stores last week, following initial speculation that Lucky’s founders would retain control of the stores. Aaron […]

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Mozart’s Celebrates 25 Years

Susan Post Susan Post Mozart’s Celebrates 25 Years

These days, things at Mozart’s are looking more like when they started 25 years ago. Husband and wife team Anand and Doris Saha working together in the kitchen to turn out European-style confections. Anand the heart, and Doris, the soul, Anand says. “Without her it wouldn’t work,” he says. Mozart’s opened its doors on April […]

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Cleveland Grocer Buys Lucky’s Market

Susan Post Susan Post Cleveland Grocer Buys Lucky’s Market

Lucky’s Market Columbus, 2770 N. High St., has a new owner. Cleveland-based Dave’s Markets purchased the Columbus and Cleveland locations of the bankrupt grocery store chain for $1.72 million according to Supermarket News. Founded in the 1920s, Dave’s Markets has a long history in the Cleveland area where it operates 13 stores. The sale is […]

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Bites & Sips: Block’s, The Pearl Open, Eagles FC & Elevator Team Up and More

Susan Post Susan Post Bites & Sips: Block’s, The Pearl Open, Eagles FC & Elevator Team Up and More

A trio of openings, #TBT, soccer AND beer, plus a ghost kitchen! (Not as spooky as it sounds!) Bites & Sips keeps you updated on tidbits of news from the world of imbibing and dining in Central Ohio. Read on to find what and where to eat and drink in Columbus! Block’s Bagels Opens at North […]

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Short Order: Once-In-A-Lifetime Potatoes

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Short Order: Once-In-A-Lifetime Potatoes

We’re now knee-deep in the heart of Fish Fry season. Its annual appearance always comes immediately before another important culinary event: Hash Brown Casserole Day. While it lasts only a brief period, Hash Brown Casserole Day is widely celebrated. In the Midwest, the dish is practically a requirement for the Easter dinner table.  You may think […]

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Studio 35 Expands with Pizzeria & Second Screen

Susan Post Susan Post Studio 35 Expands with Pizzeria & Second Screen

Studio 35 is a single-screen theater no more. Taking over the second floor that was once an apartment and a projection booth, the Clintonville movie theater has added a second screen – and its very on pizzeria. Owners Eric Brembeck and Rita Volpi have had their sights set on the second floor renovation since they […]

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The Pit BBQ Grille Opens Second Location, Announces Third

Susan Post Susan Post The Pit BBQ Grille Opens Second Location, Announces Third

What better way to celebrate opening a second location than by announcing a third? Linden’s The Pit BBQ Grille has not only opened its second digs, but is staking claim on its third restaurant. Restaurant number two opened earlier this month at 1542 Parsons Ave. Owner D’Andre Martin says that just as with Linden, they […]

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