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Double Take refreshes former Jimmy V’s space

Double Take refreshes former Jimmy V’s space

Sarah Sole

Double Take Bar and Grill has done more than simply change the name of the former Jimmy V’s space. 

Guests will notice a revamped menu and interior, according to Bar Manager Jordan Reynolds. 

“We really wanted to listen to the regulars that came in to see what all they would change about Jimmy V’s menu, what they liked and could live without,” Reynolds said.


Reynolds, who worked at the 912 S High St. location when it was still Jimmy V’s, said Double Take took over the bar in November and operated as Jimmy V’s for a few months while fine-tuning the menu. 

The new name and menu arrived in February, she said. They had wanted to make the change a month prior but the pandemic held them up a bit. 

The menu features revamped paninis, gyros, and subs, along with refreshed sandwiches, Reynolds said. 

“We put a lot more love into our meals now,” she said. 

The bar has nearly doubled its serving sizes, and added dishes such as lobster, pasta, grilled salmon, lamb chops, and New York strip steak. Sides include mac and cheese, greens, baked potatoes, and green beans. 

The interior was also updated, including bar tops, bathrooms, and seating. Reynolds said they hope to redo their back patio before summertime. 

“With new ownership I hope people can see that this place can be the sports bar hangout of [the] brewery district,” Reynolds said. “We want people to feel covid-safe, and ready to have a good time.”


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