TownHall is Expanding to Columbus, Will Open Location in Short North

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RENDERING OF SHORT NORTH TOWNHALL
  • Rendering of Short North TownHall

TownHall is heading south down I-71.

The popular Ohio City bar/restaurant/coffeehouse will add a second location, this one in the Short North, at the 800 North High development, sometime next summer.



Brent Crawford, principal of the Columbus-area based real estate development company Crawford Hoying, said in a press release: “TownHall is a perfect addition to Short North and the 800 North High development. With its non-GMO, healthy food and fun environment, TownHall is bringing something to downtown Columbus that we don’t currently have. We’re excited for this Cleveland staple to open in Central Ohio.”

The new spot will encompass the entire first floor of the building.



“We’ve been looking to expand TownHall for quite a while, but we were waiting for the perfect location in downtown Columbus,” owner Bobby George told Columbus Underground. “TownHall is unique to the area, and we look forward to bringing our fresh food and vibe to the Short North.”

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