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Schmidt’s Sausage Haus latest Columbus restaurant to announce temporary closure

Schmidt’s Sausage Haus latest Columbus restaurant to announce temporary closure

Jack McLaughlin

A wave of Columbus restaurants have opted for temporary closures due to rising COVID-19 cases numbers, and now an iconic German Village eatery is among them.

Schmidt’s Sausage Haus—which has been serving Columbus since 1967— announced it will close temporarily due to COVID.

The long-standing German eatery is located at 240 E. Kossuth St. in German Village

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“Key members of our Schmidt’s Sausage House Und Restaurant team and their family are unfortunately dealing with COVID,” an emailed statement from Schmidt’s reads. “This has depleted our already shorthanded team. We have made the decision to give everyone a week-long break to get healthy.”

According to Schmidt’s Brand Ambassador Matt Schmidt, the eatery is planning a tentative reopening date of Jan. 14. They also plan to host a private banquet party on Jan. 13.

Diehard customers can still enjoy the restaurant’s food, however, as the Schmidt’s Sausage Trucks will remain open, weather permitting. You can find the trucks here.

If you like this, read: After temporary closure, this longstanding Columbus pizzeria has reopened

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