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Grandview Yard-Adjacent Development Taking Shape

Brent Warren Brent Warren Grandview Yard-Adjacent Development Taking Shape

A new mixed-use development is taking shape across the street from Grandview Yard. Currently under construction, the project will bring another 260 apartments, 25,000 square feet of commercial space and more than 400 parking spaces to the area. The seven-acre site is located on the south side of Goodale Boulevard, between Bobcat Avenue and Yard […]

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New Market Concept to be Part of Grandview Crossing Development

Susan Post Susan Post New Market Concept to be Part of Grandview Crossing Development

Grandview Crossing developer Thrive Companies has unveiled plans for what will be a centerpiece of the 55-acre project. The Collective Market will occupy 22,000 square feet of space and include multiple food vendors as well as event and traditional restaurant space. “The market concept brings a dynamic amenity to the project that will provide a […]

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Taco Joint Agave & Rye Headed for Former Home of SPAGIO

Susan Post Susan Post Taco Joint Agave & Rye Headed for Former Home of SPAGIO

Agave & Rye will open its first Columbus location this fall in the former home of SPAGIO, 1295 Grandview Ave. Tequila, bourbon and tacos are the focus of the Covington, KY based chain which opened its first location in early 2018. The drink menu at Agave & Rye is extensive, featuring 90 plus tequilas, 85 […]

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First Look: Lion Cub’s Cookies

Susan Post Susan Post First Look: Lion Cub’s Cookies

Plan on cookies for breakfast this Friday, June 25 as Lion Cub’s Cookies opens the doors to its first brick-and-mortar at 1261 Grandview Ave. For its first few weeks as a permanent storefront, cookie cravers will need to head straight to the source. While delivery has been the vehicle for Lion Cub’s massive, ooey-gooey cookies, […]

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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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Treat to Try: Sadie Baby Sweets

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Treat to Try: Sadie Baby Sweets

Of all the eating holidays, Easter is the best. There’s the ham, the hashbrown casserole . . . and most importantly, the giant chocolate eggs and bunnies. There’s not another holiday where you get to decapitate a large confectionary mammal.  To be honest, personal anthropomorphic tendencies have pretty much sucked the joy out of the chocolate bunny […]

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The List: 16 Restaurant & Bar Closures from Recent Months

Susan Post Susan Post The List: 16 Restaurant & Bar Closures from Recent Months

An already notoriously difficult industry, bars and restaurants have been especially hard-hit by the coronavirus pandemic. While some restaurants share insight into their reasons for closing, others choose to quietly exit the scene. We are catching up on a number of bars and restaurants that have closed their doors over the last several months, from […]

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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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