Popular retail store first founded in German Village opening fourth location in historic area

Sav McKee

A go-to store for home goods, trinkets, and clothing is expanding.

Vernacular, first founded in 2013 in the heart of German Village, just announced that they’re opening a fourth location in Historic Dubin. “We will be located at 39 S. High St, surrounded by all our favorites; Jeni’s Ice Cream, Winans Dublin, Coast Wine House, Fox in the Snow Cafe, The Avenue Dublin, North High Dublin, and so many more! Stay tuned for updates & please help us spread the good news!” Vernacular posted on social media.


Owners Kris Konieczko and Chelsea Cabot focus on contemporary womenswear and lifestyle brands with a unique point of view, keeping approachable and economical shopping in mind.  You can find gifts for a friend here, small decor items for your home and on-trend, East Coast mixed with West Coast clothing. 

Besides the aforementioned German Village and soon-to-be German Village locations, there are two other Vernaculars in Worthington and Grandview.

Congrats to a small, local business for continuously expanding!

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