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Tee Jaye’s Finds a New Home in Clintonville

Susan Post Susan Post Tee Jaye’s Finds a New Home in ClintonvilleTee Jaye's will take over the former home of Bareburger in Clintonville - Photo by Susan Post
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When Tee Jaye’s announced in February that it would be closing its Clintonville restaurant after nearly three decades, it was with every intention of making a comeback in the neighborhood.

Now the restaurant has found its new Clintonville home. Tee Jaye’s will take over the former home of Bareburger at 4560 N. High St.

Diners can expect a little something different for the seven-unit restaurant at the new Clintonville digs.

“This isn’t your average Tee Jaye’s,” a social media post announcing the move read. “Yes, we will still have your favorites like the Barnyard Buster. But we [are] about to kick it up a notch. Brunch Tee Jaye’s style is going to knock your socks off!”

Booze will also be a new addition to the menu, with Mimosas, Bloody Marys and more.

An official opening date has not yet been announced.

The original Clintonville location officially closed on April 30, leaving Tee Jaye’s restaurants on the West Side and South Side, and in Grove City, Whitehall, Reynoldsburg, Newark and Zanesville.

Tee Jaye’s iconic sign at the corner of Morse Road and North High Street also landed on Columbus Landmarks’ list of Most Endangered Buildings for 2021. The sign, which was erected in 1961, does not meet current zoning code.

For more information, visit teejayes.com.

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