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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.

First Look: Pattycake Bakery

Susan Post Susan Post First Look: Pattycake Bakery

Clintonville’s Pattycake Bakery is ready to reintroduce itself to the neighborhood. The vegan bakery will open in its new home, 3870 N. High St., this Thursday, July 29. The bakery has traded 650 square feet for 2,800 plus square feet, greatly expanding Pattycake’s space for fulfilling wholesale orders, and whipping up whatever future treats may […]

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Restaurant Review: Hank’s Texas BBQ

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Restaurant Review: Hank’s Texas BBQ

Without much fuss, Hank’s Texas BBQ plopped itself down in Clintonville in the spot once occupied by Old Skool. A ginormous, room-sized smoker is stationed out front. Beyond that, Hank’s decor suggests that it could serve just about anything: its walls hold big televisions, but are absent cutesy barbecue motifs or carnivore art. But there’s […]

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Treat to Try: Baked Goods at City Folk’s Farm Shop

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Treat to Try: Baked Goods at City Folk’s Farm Shop

City Folk’s Farm Shop is more than just farming (or gardening) supplies. Wander through its aisles, and you might find jars of local syrup or honey. There’s also a fridge that holds duck eggs and cheese, and yogurt from a dairy with grass-fed cows…and a deep freeze that’s stocked with meat products that include venison. On Fridays […]

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Treat to Try: Burrito Babe Bakery

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Treat to Try: Burrito Babe Bakery

You might expect something with the name Burrito Babe Bakery to be selling…burritos, right? Or at least something Tex-Mex. And if not burritos, then something that looks like burritos. Burrito pendants, or burrito blankets or something, anything burrito. That said, when first spotted at the Clintonville Jamboree, the Burrito Babe Bakery was peddling cute artisanal treats […]

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Two Proposals Would Bring More Apartments to Clintonville

Brent Warren Brent Warren Two Proposals Would Bring More Apartments to Clintonville

The zoning committee of the Clintonville Area Commission will hear two proposals this week that would bring new apartments to the neighborhood. A five-story, 43-unit apartment building has been proposed for the used car lot at 3021 N. High St., near Weber Road. The lot was purchased last year by Brian Higgins, of Arch City […]

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Tee Jaye’s Finds a New Home in Clintonville

Susan Post Susan Post Tee Jaye’s Finds a New Home in Clintonville

When Tee Jaye’s announced in February that it would be closing its Clintonville restaurant after nearly three decades, it was with every intention of making a comeback in the neighborhood. Now the restaurant has found its new Clintonville home. Tee Jaye’s will take over the former home of Bareburger at 4560 N. High St. Diners […]

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Retail Roundup: Relocations, Closings and New Shops on the Horizon

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Retail Roundup: Relocations, Closings and New Shops on the Horizon

In a tough year and a half for many industries, including retail, it’s not all bad news for Columbus shops and boutiques. Local favorites are relocating, and a few shops that are “closing” would more accurately be described as downsizing. Plus, a flea and summer market frequenter arrives soon to Clintonville. Check out the latest […]

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