A Brewery District restaurant abruptly closed its doors last weekend

Sav McKee

There’s now one less place to grab a spicy curry and gyro.

Yesterday, October 29th, Jasmine Fusion Grill closed its doors. This Brewery District Indian fusion restaurant first opened in 2020 on the second floor of the Columbus Axe Throwing space, located at 560 S. High St. They served a fusion of Pakistani and Indian food, ranging from roasted lamb over rice to even burgers and fries.


Jasmine Fusion Grill announced their closure on October 24th via Facebook, saying that “It’s been a great three years serving you at the South High St. location. Announcements about our future plans will be posted here.”

Franklin Property records indicate that a Columbus venue business, Together & Co., acquired the 560 S. High St. space for $1.5 million. Together & Co. owns multiple venues throughout Columbus, including High Line Car House, which is right next door.

Want to read more? Check out our print publications, (614) Magazine and Stock & Barrel. Learn where you can find free copies of our newest issues here!


Scroll To Top