Chef Jonathon Sawyer Opening Columbus Restaurant in Partnership With Jason Kipnis and Forward Hospitality Group

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Busy bee chef Jonathon Sawyer will be opening a Columbus restaurant in partnership with Indians' second baseman Jason Kipnis and the Forward Hospitality Group, which owns and operates FWD, Magnolia, Bell and Flower and a Flipside.

Sawyer will add that outpost to his portfolio that includes Greenhouse Tavern and Noodlecat in Westlake. He'll also be opening an as-of-yet unnamed and undefined concept in the Van Aken district at some point this year. Earlier this year he shuttered Trentina, his ambitious tasting menu restaurant in University Circle.
Columbus Monthly says the location is that of the former RAM Restaurant and Brewery spot at 906 N. High St.

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