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Ideas Sought for Haiku Parking Lot Development

Walker Evans Walker Evans Ideas Sought for Haiku Parking Lot Development

Last week’s monthly Italian Village Commission saw the review of many large-scale developments along Fourth and Summit Streets, but only one large development on High Street. Project applicants from Elford Development and the Liu family (owners of Haiku) came before the commission to seek guidance on the appropriateness of developing their surface parking lot at […]

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Multi-Story Development Proposed to Replace Haiku Parking Lot

Walker Evans Walker Evans Multi-Story Development Proposed to Replace Haiku Parking Lot

As the Short North continues to rapidly evolve, one specific intersection stands out as the epicenter of growth due to a number of recently completed and proposed developments: Hubbard and High. The mixed use development known as “The Hub” was completed in 2013, accompanied by a new parking-garage behind it. The Wood Companies has proposed […]

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Restaurant Roundup: Pop-Up Taqueria, Haiku-versary, Downtown Luau & More

Ayana Wilson Ayana Wilson Restaurant Roundup: Pop-Up Taqueria, Haiku-versary, Downtown Luau & More

Haiku Poetic Food & Art Turns 15 Opened at their 800 North High Street location for 15 years, Haiku is celebrating this milestone with the community on Tuesday, June 4th with a grand gala. From 5pm-7pm, long-time and new patrons are encouraged to join Paul and Justin Liu and their extended Haiku family for live […]

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Haiku Poetic Food & Art Turns 15

Ayana Wilson Ayana Wilson Haiku Poetic Food & Art Turns 15

There isn’t a real secret to his success. When Paul Liu opened Haiku Poetic Food & Art in 1998, he was simply trying to introduce a novel concept to the Columbus food scene, and he was committed to all the hard work it would take to make that dream a reality. Now, fifteen years later, […]

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Rose Sentenced to 15 Years for Haiku Hit-Skip

 

From NBC4i.com: Man Gets 15 Years In Haiku Hit-Skip The driver who ran down two restaurant workers in the Short North in order to avoid paying his $100 restaurant tab bill learned his punishment Tuesday. Michael Rose was sentenced Tuesday afternoon in a Franklin County common pleas courtroom. He was sentenced to 15 years in […]

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HaikuHelp – News and Updates

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The Dispatch wrote Two women run over in Short North parking lot Thursday, May 15, 2008 BY DEBBIE GEBOLYS Two women were seriously injured tonight when, Columbus police say, a person driving an SUV hit them on purpose as they left a nightclub in the Short North. Columbus police say the women, whose names weren’t […]

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Haiku Poetic Art and Food: Best Sushi of 2008

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The Alive wrote Best of Columbus 2008: Dining Best Sushi: Haiku Poetic Art and Food Runners-up: Kooma, Shoku March 27, 2008 Combining an eclectic menu of traditional and contemporary dishes along with great patio views, rotating exhibitions of up-and-coming local artists and paper and pencils for improvised 17-syllable poems, Haiku’s food and atmosphere can, and […]

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