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Harrison West

Established at the turn of the 20th Century and added to the Register of Historic Places in 1975, Harrison West features brick streets and housing built by craftsmen for workers in nearby factories. The neighborhood is bordered by Victorian Village and the Olentangy River, and is home to several parks and works of public art.

Cafe Corner – Dispatch Review

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Cafe Corner wrote New bread, grilling create tasty sandwiches Thursday, December 13, 2007 KYLE ROBERTSON | DISPATCH Cafe Corner, the Victorian Village-Harrison West source of unusual sandwiches, has enlarged its menu considerably. One new winner is the puebla BLT, which combines the BLT with what Cafe Corner calls a “spicy espresso chili sauce” ($6.95). The […]

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Dog Park Proposed for Harrison West


The Dispatch wrote Smaller, lesser-known park might host dogs Tuesday, November 13, 2007 BY MARK FERENCHIK Columbus wants to create a place for pooches just north of Downtown. The city is proposing a fenced-in dog park for Wheeler Park, north of I-670 and near Harrison West and Victorian Village. It’s also just west of Goodale […]


Cafe Corner Review in Columbus Alive

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The Columbus Alive wrote Cornershop by G.A. Benton September 27th, 2007 There’s really not much to describe about Café Corner’s appearance; it’s teeny and almost looks like it might’ve been a filling station once. What it is now is a cute, big-city-style soup, artisanal sandwich and salad shop—and I like it a lot. But before […]


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