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Long-standing Italian Village tavern reopens after two year hiatus

Long-standing Italian Village tavern reopens after two year hiatus

Jack McLaughlin

After a two-year hiatus, one of Italian Village’s most iconic spots to grab a drink has officially reopened its doors.

St. James tavern re-opened for business over the weekend. The popular spot had previously been closed since 2020, following the outbreak of COVID-19 in Ohio. The tavern had initially hoped to reopen as early May of 2020, but the moved never materialized until now.

St. James tavern is located at 1057 N. 4th St.

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“We are back Baby. Stop by for a pint and feel the joy,” a statement posted to St. James’ tavern social media accounts reads.

First opened in 1996, the tavern—with its no-frills attitude, neighborhood bar charm and eclectic jukebox selection— has served as an Italian Village hotspot ever since.

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