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The First 9 (or So) Vendors Announced for the East Market

Susan Post Susan Post The First 9 (or So) Vendors Announced for the East Market

East Market will be a hub of culinary variety when the Trolley District centerpiece opens later this year. Situated at the northeast corner of Oak Street and Kelton Avenue, East Market’s 40,000 square feet will not only feature nearly 20 vendors, but a restaurant, The Railhouse Tavern, basement speakeasy Switch, and a second-floor event space. […]

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The Top Unveils New Patio

Susan Post Susan Post The Top Unveils New Patio

The Top’s swanky new patio is now welcoming dinner guests. The East Side institution has unveiled its new outdoor dining experience which features plenty of nods to the restaurant’s iconic design. Designed by Columbus-based Design Collective, black and white stripes and large, curved leather booths bring the classic Top indoor dining experience outdoors. The Patio […]

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Columbus Dining Institution Expanding with New Patio

Susan Post Susan Post Columbus Dining Institution Expanding with New Patio

East side dining institution The Top, 2891 E. Main St., will nearly triple the seating capacity of its patio with an outdoor overhaul. Serving steaks to Central Ohio since 1955, The Top has soldiered on as an old-school dining destination, with dim lighting, wood paneling, leather booths and in-house pianist. Co-Owner and General Manager Jean […]

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New Linear Park and Trail Planned for East Side

Brent Warren Brent Warren New Linear Park and Trail Planned for East Side

Columbus Recreation and Parks is moving ahead with plans to convert a long-abandoned rail corridor into a linear park and trail. To be called the Eastmoor Green Line, the trail will run along Whitehall’s western edge, starting at East Broad Street and extending three miles to the south, where it will dead-end at I-70. Brad […]

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Aminah Robinson Artist Residency Unveiled

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Aminah Robinson Artist Residency Unveiled

Earlier this year, it was announced that the East Side home of the late Columbus artist Aminah Robinson would be transformed into an artist residency space. On Friday, July 31, that space was finally unveiled in a virtual housewarming and ribbon cutting hosted by the Columbus Museum of Art. It was announced in April that […]

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Unusual Eats: Donut as Big as Your Head

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Unusual Eats: Donut as Big as Your Head

Resch’s has been around forever, holding down the East Side with its retro sign that glows as a beacon to customers. You pull a tag at the door and wait for its number to be called. When that time comes, there will be paralyzing choices to be made — cinnamon rolls, danishes, jelly-filled, cream-filled, fritters… […]

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Documentary Outlines Columbus Neighborhood Revitalization

Hope Madden Hope Madden Documentary Outlines Columbus Neighborhood Revitalization

Local filmmaker James Gilmore fully intends to nab an Oscar at some point. In the meantime, he’d like to direct your attention to the revitalization going on in his hometown neighborhood. Gilmore wrote, directed and produced Live. Work. Worship., a documentary that chronicles the history and renewal specific to the Mt. Vernon Avenue area on […]

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The Columbus Coffee Festival Returns!

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

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