Restaurants

Ashland & Highland is one of the few independent restaurants near the Mall at Tuttle Crossing.

Bringing bite of Big Apple to Dublin

Ed Burke worked in real estate in Columbus since 1983, and his experience in the restaurant business until then consisted of being a tuxedo-clad waiter in an upscale French restaurant in Buffalo during his college years and being part-owner of a bar and grill in that same city. Now, Carey can add owner of the New York-themed restaurant and bar Ashland & Highland to the list.

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  • Peet’s to close Downtown, Gahanna coffee shops

    Peet’s Coffee and Tea plans to close two Columbus locations and five other stores in Ohio. The California-based coffee chain popped up across the Midwest and East Coast in 2013, with plans for 90 new locations. Some of them did not meet sales expectations. “After nearly a one-year assessment of the Ohio and Michigan markets, we've decided to focus on our top-performing locations and reduce our scale in these areas,” said Peet’s spokeswoman Amy Lester.

  • Second Harrison’s sports bar opens, on Kenny

    The fellows behind Harrison’s on Third in Victorian Village have taken their mix of sports and food to the Northwest Side, near Upper Arlington. Harrison’s on Kenny opened on June 2 at 4510 Kenny Rd., formerly Brewsky’s Sports Bar.