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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.

Buddha Bowl Now Open in Clintonville

Susan Post Susan Post Buddha Bowl Now Open in Clintonville

A new fast-casual dining option has joined the restaurant scene in Clintonville. Buddha Bowl is now open at 2973 N. High St. offering build-you-own bowls with Thai flavors. The concept is a new venture from Rhome Ruanphae, the owner of Basil. Ruanphae opened another location for Basil at the address earlier this year, but closed […]

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Short Order: Tank’s Ironclad Meats

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Short Order: Tank’s Ironclad Meats

There are days when you don’t want the sides. You don’t want the sandwich either; you just want to dive into a straight-shootin’ big ‘ol pile of meat. And for that, Tank’s Ironclad Meats has you covered. What you’re looking at right here is a half-pound of pure, tender, smoked (with just a hint of salt to […]

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Destination Donuts Moving to Clintonville

Susan Post Susan Post Destination Donuts Moving to Clintonville

The destination for donuts will soon be Clintonville. After a six-and-a-half year run, North Market’s Destination Donuts will step out on its own, opening a brick-and-mortar location at 3519 N. High St. “Ultimately it was a long-term goal that we had been working towards,” says Owner Heather Morris. It was a right time, right opportunity […]

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Chick-fil-A Plans to Keep Tee Jaye’s Sign

Susan Post Susan Post Chick-fil-A Plans to Keep Tee Jaye’s Sign

An iconic piece of the North High Street landscape in Clintonville is sticking around as a long-standing local restaurant says goodbye and Chick-fil-A swoops in. When Tee Jaye’s announced in February it would be closing its Clintonville restaurant at 4910 N. High St., the discussion quickly turned to what would happen to the large neon […]

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Refillery Koko Opening Second Columbus Location

Susan Post Susan Post Refillery Koko Opening Second Columbus Location

When Koko opened its first shop in Westgate last summer, it was never intended to be the one and only. Over the last year, the refillery and sustainable living shop has opened three other locations – Louisville in October, Lexington in December and Cincinnati in February, but now the time has come to double down […]

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Home Decor And Plant Boutique The Brass Hand Opens in Clintonville

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Home Decor And Plant Boutique The Brass Hand Opens in Clintonville

Luxe home decor and plant boutique The Brass Hand opened this past weekend. The American Southwest-themed shop is the work of owner Heather McCloud, a self-described “desert baby” who has lived in the visually distinctive part of the country almost as much as she has in Ohio. The Brass Hand, which existed first as an […]

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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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The Columbus Coffee Festival Returns!

The 6th Annual Columbus Coffee Festival returns on Saturday September 25th and Sunday September 26th!