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Old North’s Trillium Closing This Weekend

Susan Post Susan Post Old North’s Trillium Closing This Weekend

After just over two years, Trillium will close its doors as of Sunday, September 1. The Old North restaurant opened at 2333 N. High St., the former home of Alana’s Food & Wine, in July of 2017 serving an upscale food menu with a focus on wine. A post on the restaurant’s Facebook page said: […]

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New Sandwich Shop Headed for Bridge Park

Susan Post Susan Post New Sandwich Shop Headed for Bridge Park

Frank & Carl’s will start serving up sandwiches this fall at 6558 Longshore St. in Bridge Park. It’s the first location for the sandwich shop and bar headed by brothers and business partners Max and Mitch Stafford. “The intention of Frank & Carl’s is to add to the existing momentum in the area by providing […]

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First Look: Katzinger’s Dublin

Susan Post Susan Post First Look: Katzinger’s Dublin

Columbus institution Katzinger’s Delicatessen is set to open its second stand-alone location in its nearly 35-year history. Katzinger’s Dublin opens at 7160 Muirfield Dr. on Monday August, 19. Patrons of the new Dublin location will find their favorites from Katzinger’s signature menu, as well as a few new items for the dinnertime crowd. Katzinger’s President […]

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Restaurant Review: Bristol Republic

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Restaurant Review: Bristol Republic

The announcement of Bristol Republic as a replacement for Basil in the Short North might have raised a few eyebrows. For those frustrated with the neighborhood’s sprawling popularity and the accompanying departure of small, artisanal operations, the specter of something possibly bro-country — a concept that evokes flashbacks of faux honky tonks with dueling-pianos — […]

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Restaurant Roundup: News from Middle West Spirits, Graeter’s and more

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Restaurant Roundup: News from Middle West Spirits, Graeter’s and more

Columbus has so many new restaurants, expansions, menu updates and other changes, sometimes it’s hard to keep up with everything. That’s why our Restaurant Roundup series was designed to keep you informed with the latest and greatest updates. This week, get your know-how on what your local distilleries, breweries and craftsmen have been up to. […]

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First Look: Fours on High

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega First Look: Fours on High

Barrel on High is no more, and a family of campus bars just added a new member. Fours on High, a sister bar to Threes Above High and the former Toos Under High, opened its doors on August 1, after an extensive renovation. What was once an intimate whiskey bar is now an open area […]

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Restaurant Review: Phenix Bistro

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Restaurant Review: Phenix Bistro

Gay Street is a reliably bustling thoroughfare Downtown. During lunch hour, the parking spots are usually filled from High Street to Cleveland Avenue; the sidewalks are dense with pedestrians, going-to or coming-from one of its many eateries.  So the short-lived nature of Criollo, a build-a-bowl project from the owners of Si Señor, was a bit of […]

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Tour new apartments and homes on Sunday, September 15th during the Urban Living Tour!