Written by K.MiL –
Mayor Coleman’s efforts to redesign the way we look at downtown Columbus has been in full effect the past few years. As you drive around downtown, you notice that a major facelift is taking place in our city, a facelift that will forever change our perception of Columbus. Sadly, with change comes a reality that some thing won’t stay the same, as we realized once the beloved “City Center” mall got torn down.
Another beloved place downtown, especially to younger professionals at one point in time, The Brownstone has seen good and bad days.
The Brownstone once full of life has been closed for over a year or so now, and has had people begging the question “will it ever open again?”. Well that question has been answered as the Daytondailynews.com has reported that a Dayton restaurant, Sidebar, has purchased the four-story property once known to us as the Brownstone at the address 122 E. Main St.
The Sidebar restaurant, which is located in Dayton’s Historic District, will open July 2011 in the same space that once was a meeting place and latenight hang out to so many in and around the Columbus area. The Brownstone carried its own unique identity, and I can tell from pictures from the Sidebar site that they carry on those same traits.
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