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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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Two Cleveland Restaurants Opening this Year in Dublin, Short North

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Two Cleveland Restaurants Opening this Year in Dublin, Short North

GMOs, hormones, hidden and added sugars — Bobby George, a restauranteur from Cleveland, says our food is filled with the stuff, and he’s introducing central Ohio to some alternative options. Townhall and Rebol, two concepts out of George’s hospitality, real estate and private equity group Ethos Capital Partners, will open this year in the Short […]

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Hard Hat Tour: 800 North High

Brent Warren Brent Warren Hard Hat Tour: 800 North High

800 North High, the 10-story building rising in the Short North spot where the Haiku restaurant once stood, is on track for a late September opening. A team from Crawford Hoying, the developer of the project, recently gave Columbus Underground a hard hat tour of the project. The Moody Nolan-designed building will feature office space […]

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Cleveland-Based Restaurant TownHall Will Open in the Short North Next Year

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Cleveland-Based Restaurant TownHall Will Open in the Short North Next Year

The vision for the development at 800 North High is finally coming together, as Crawford Hoying has announced that the Cleveland-based restaurant TownHall will take up the entire first floor of the Short North building. The restaurant, set to open next summer, will serve up lunch, dinner, and brunch that’s 100 percent non-GMO and full […]

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