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    • Clarmont Restaurant interior view, postcard

    • Restaurants
    • Previously operated as the Tremont Restaurant at 708 South High Street then re-named The Clarmont Restaurant in 1947, the restaurant moved to 684 South High and re-opened on July 8, 1948. The proprietors are Frank Kondos and Ray Milner. The...
    • Southside; Brewery District
    • Schmidt's Sausage House

    • Restaurants
    • This is a postcard Schmidt's Sausage House, which opened in July of 1967 by George F. Schmidt. The picture shows 4 different shots, both exterior and interior, of the restaurant. From top right to left: the front of the Schmidt's Sausage House...
    • Near South;German Village
    • Dublin Restaurant

    • Restaurants;
    • At the crossroads of Routes 33 and 161. The Dublin Restaurant was opened in 1930 by Ben Delewese under the name The Bar-B-Que. It was located on the southeast corner of Riverside Drive and Dublin-Granville Road. Over the years, the building was...
    • Northwest; Dublin;
    • Mills Restaurant facade, photograph

    • Restaurants; Cafeterias
    • A view of the front of the Mills Restaurant at 77 South High Street on the occasion of its' 45th anniversary. A reflection of the Ohio Statehouse can be seen in the restaurant's front window. James O. Mills opened his first Mills Restaurant at 165...
    • Downtown;
    • Clock Restaurant, photograph

    • Restaurants; Cafeterias; Bars (Drinking establishments)
    • Clock Restaurant with a glimpse of Nationwide Building #1 in the distance. The Clock Tavern, a restaurant on North High Street, located inside the Larrimer Building, This location was originally the Bott Brothers Billiard Parlor & Saloon. Joseph...
    • Downtown
    • Buckeye Hall of Fame Cafe

    • Restaurants;
    • Views of the closed Buckeye Hall of Fame Cafe. The theme restaurant opened on the former site of the Jai Lai restaurant, which closed in 1996. After the building was gutted and refitted to be both an Ohio State University memorabilia venue and...
    • West Olentangy Planning Area; 5th by Northwest;
    • Jai Lai Restaurant interior view, postcard

    • Restaurants
    • Jai Lai Restaurant was founded by Jasper E. Wottring in February, 1933 at 581 North High Street as a saloon and café. It moved to 1421 Olentangy River Road in 1955, opening there on January 17, 1955 with a grand opening on January 18, 1955. ...
    • 5th by Northwest; West Olentangy Planning Area
    • Jai Lai Restaurant interior view, postcard

    • Restaurants
    • Jai Lai Restaurant was founded by Jasper E. Wottring in February, 1933 at 581 North High Street as a saloon and café. It moved to 1421 Olentangy River Road in 1955, opening there on January 17, 1955 with a grand opening on January 18, 1955. ...
    • 5th by Northwest; West Olentangy Planning Area
    • Kuenning's 19 Restaurant entrance door, photograph

    • Restaurants; Cafeterias
    • James O. Mills opened one of his Mills Restaurants at 19 North High Street in 1913. In 1951 brothers, Ralph and Leon Kuenning took over the address and opened Kuenning's 19 restaurant. The restaurant closed in 1972.
    • Downtown
    • Der Munich Restaurant

    • Restaurants
    • This is a postcard of the inside of the Der Munich Restaurant, which was located in the Rankin Building.
    • Downtown
    • Riviera Restaurant, postcard

    • Restaurants
    • Riviera Restaurant operated between 1938 and 1954. Anthony Delewese was a proprietor. The restaurant was located on North Sanduskt Street just west of the Olentangy River and just North of the Scioto River, where Ohio State Route 315 now exists.
    • West Olentangy Planning Area
    • Jong Mea Restaurant interior, postcard

    • Restaurants
    • Jong Mea Restaurant operated between 1950 and 1995 and the proprietors were Virginia and Irving Chin. Located at 747 East Broad Street, it occupied the the site of the former Golden Lotus Restaurant.
    • Near East; Olde Towne East
    • Kraemer's Restaurant interior view, photograph

    • Restaurants; Cafeterias
    • Kraemer's Restaurant, located on North High Street was owned by Thomas E. Kraemer. The White Cafeteria opened at the same address in 1918. It was the first Columbus branch of the Indianapolis chain, the White Restaurant Company.
    • Downtown
    • Maramor Restaurant interior view, postcard

    • Restaurants
    • Interior view showing the Maramor candy counter and famous candies and other goodies that helped earn the restaurant a four-star rating from Duncan Hines. The original Maramor was opened in 1920 by Mary Love in the Benjamin Brown home at 112 East...
    • Downtown
    • James O. Mills

    • Portraits;
    • James O. Mills (9/18/1883-10/12/1939) of Marysville, Ohio opened his first restaurant in Columbus, Mills Restaurant, in 1911 and organized the Ohio State Restaurant Association in 1919. The Dutch Mill sign was the trademark for his restaurants in...
    • Downtown
    • Mills Restaurant interior views, photographs

    • Restaurants; Cafeterias
    • Interior views of the new Mills Restaurant that opened at 77 South High Street on March 13, 1916. James O. Mills opened his first Mills Restaurant at 165 North High Street in August 1912. It was a self-service, cafeteria style establishment. More...
    • Downtown;
    • The Clock Tavern, photograph

    • Restaurants; Cafeterias; Bars (Drinking establishments)
    • The Clock Tavern, a restaurant on North High Street, located inside the Larrimer Building, This location was originally the Bott Brothers Billiard Parlor & Saloon. Joseph F. Bott, and his brother William Bott,came to Columbus in 1876 and...
    • Downtown
    • Maramor Restaurant interior view, postcard

    • Restaurants
    • Interior view of the dining area in the Maramor Restaurant at 137 East Broad Street. The original Maramor was opened in 1920 by Mary Love in the Benjamin Brown home at 112 East Broad Street.The restaurant moved to their newly constructed building...
    • Downtown

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