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Dublin, OH 43016
Monday – Tuesday: 11a-10p
Wednesday – Thursday: 11a-11p
Friday – Saturday: 11a-Midnight
As the economic impacts of COVID-19 continue, we are beginning to see the effects take their toll on Columbus eateries. Here's a list of some of the changes taking place.
Grow Restaurants, the company which owns Harvest Pizza, has listed The Sycamore and Cosecha for sale. While there hasn't been confirmation that the restaurants won’t make a reappearance in some form, Chris Crader stated in Columbus Underground, “It’s a lot of work to re-open after the pandemic and we have a considerable amount of interest in these two properties so it doesn’t make sense to open and then close again so quickly.”
Both Miller’s Ale House locations are closing. The Florida-based company has removed mention of the Ohio locations from their websites.
In a recent article with Columbus CEO, owners Sarah Lagrotteria and Tricia Wheeler announced the closure of the cafe portion of their business. There are plans to expand the flower and bread workshop portion of the business under the new name Flower and Bread Society.
With Ohio slowly starting to fully reopen, initial in-person gatherings have trickled into our news feeds.
Below are a few things you can check out over the weekend if you’ve been itching to leave your house and are capable of following COVID-19 guidelines.
One of the most disappointing summertime cancellations was the axing of the Ohio State Fair. For those still wanting to get their elephant ears or deep-fried oreo fix, Chester Foods will be bringing a pop-up food truck to the Oakland Nursery. Corn dogs, funnel cakes, fried oreos, fresh-cut fries, and lemonade shake-ups will all be on the menu. Fair food will be set up on both Friday and Saturday.
Time: 12 p.m. - 8 p.m. | Address: 4261 W. Dublin Granville Rd.
With movie theaters in Ohio still closing their doors, the drive-in revival has been sweeping the state, nation, and world. Once drive-ins were given the go-ahead by DeWine, South Drive-In began to provide the double feature experience to eager moviegoers. Admission is $9.50 on Friday/Saturday and $7.50 on Sunday for those 12+, $2 for ages 5-11, and free for those under 4.
Check out the South Drive-In website to see what social distancing guidelines need to be followed.
Time: Arrive 1-2 hours prior to first showing | Address: 3050 S. High St.
If you’re in search of a relaxing Sunday, look no further than Skully’s. The music venue/bar will be opening its patio for those to have socially distance hangs, drinks, and wings. Skully’s will be setting the mood perfectly for a chill Sunday by spinning reggae music all night long. Get yourself out of the house and go catch some island vibes.
Time: 7 p.m. - 2 a.m. | Address: 1151 N. High St.
Back in September of 2019, former 10TV meteorologist Mike Davis was arrested on child pornography charges. The trial, which began in January, was wrapped up on Thursday.
Davis was sentenced to a minimum of four years after pleading guilty to possessing child porn, according to ABC 6.
After being tipped off in August of 2019 by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, it was found that Davis had uploaded almost 16,000 child pornography images. It was also discovered that Davis was sending the images to himself via a Yahoo! Account.
He will be required to register as a Tier II Sex Offender for 25 years. Davis could serve up to six years.