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TownHall Almost Ready to Open, More Details Announced on Rooftop Concept at 800 N. High

Susan Post Susan Post TownHall Almost Ready to Open, More Details Announced on Rooftop Concept at 800 N. High

An opening date is nearing for the debut of TownHall in the Short North. Cleveland restaurateur Bobby George says Monday, March 9 is the big day – but only if everything is right. George has no qualms about holding out on the opening date to ensure the best experience possible for when the 7,000 square […]

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The Rossi Now Under New Ownership

Susan Post Susan Post The Rossi Now Under New Ownership

Fear not regulars, The Rossi isn’t going anywhere. The restaurant is under new ownership, and sporting some new menus, but Owner George Tanchevski wants to keep the character of the Short North mainstay. Randy and Tina Corbin opened The Rossi in 2004, and eventually expanded their restaurant empire to include Club 185, Little Palace, El […]

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Restaurant Review: The Lox Bagel Shop

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Restaurant Review: The Lox Bagel Shop

Even in the midst of recent restaurant closures, no one would ever call the Short North “underserved.” On the ritzier end, it has pretty much everything. Honestly, it probably has two of everything. And when it comes to Cameron Mitchell restaurants, it’s got like…five? But breakfast has never really been the Short North’s game. Sure, there […]

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First Look: SeeSaw

Susan Post Susan Post First Look: SeeSaw

From Ram to SeeSaw. There’s a new restaurant at 906 N. High St. Cleveland Chef Jonathan Sawyer – the James Beard Award winner known for The Greenhouse Tavern and Noodlecat – has opened his first concept in Columbus with Short North’s SeeSaw. SeeSaw’s two floors will have different personalities. The ground floor offers a full-service […]

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Restaurant Review: Ampersand Asian Supper Club

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Restaurant Review: Ampersand Asian Supper Club

Ampersand Asian Supper Club brings Ramen to the Short North. It got off to a controversial start with offerings that were arguably on the pricey side.  Of course, the establishment is stationed in THE Short North, a place where $15 burgers are ubiquitous. You can’t blame a restaurant for listing a more refined entree at […]

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Restaurant Review: Short North Goody Boy

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Restaurant Review: Short North Goody Boy

The Short North’s upward spiral has reached the iconic Michael’s Goody Boy. The establishment has long hosted a landmark-quality sign, replete with a giant, luminous, yellow arrow. If not visible from miles away, it’s certainly visible from a decent-sized block. The signage has long held promise of some sort of adventure. In recent years, however, the […]

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Under New Ownership, Michael’s Goody Boy Diner Will Close for Renovations

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Under New Ownership, Michael’s Goody Boy Diner Will Close for Renovations

Michael’s Goody Boy Diner, located at 1144 N. High St. in the Short North, is now under new ownership. Corso Ventures, the parent company of Forno Kitchen & Bar, Short North Food Hall, Standard Hall and Short North Pint House, has purchased the property. The restaurant will close on Jan. 2, 2019 for renovations. Although […]

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