TownHall Revamp & New Spots in Cleveland

TownHall Revamp

The TownHall Revamp & New Experience

TownHall in Ohio City is one of those places that makes you “feel better” the moment you walk in. Living greenery thrives on CO2 and emits fresh, pure oxygen, while strategically placed organic essential oil diffusers work to help reduce stress and anxiety. In fact, the summer-like waft of lavender patrons may catch a brief smell that is known to improve respiratory health. TownHall provides clean eating and a menu that caters to any diet including, vegan, vegetarian, keto, and paleo. Small wonder that so many are anxiously awaiting the revenue’s reopening this past Sunday!  

The owners and crew of Town Hall assure that upgrades have been mindfully planned. “The sound system and AV system has been completely revamped to create a better atmosphere”, says Corey May the director at Ethos Hospitality group. The ambiance of TownHall creates an experience that makes it unique compared to other Cleveland restaurants. May has aided in the development of TownHall restaurants in both Cleveland and Columbus as well as other Clevelander favorites. He explains that the revamp is also in consideration of their employees who work to cater to large crowds 7 days a week. “We have completely redone the kitchen including upgrading the HVAC unit and the hood system. This is to improve our employees’ experience as business continues to grow.” TownHall owners and Ethos Hospitality group show no signs of slowing down as they continue to create the most popular spots in Cleveland.

New Restaurants Coming to Cleveland:

  • Lost, an “ultra-lounge/nightclub” on West 6th Street is providing a more upscale and unique experience. The venue will feature hand-crafted cocktails and savory small bites. “Lost is looking to attract a bit of an older demographic so they can enjoy nightlife without feeling out of place. It will be a nice spot to stop for a drink after dinner at restaurants like Blue Point or Luca,” says May. 
  • Green Goat Café is expected to open mid-February at 2125 Superior in the area’s art district. True to the Town Hall’s calling, the Green Goat will serve only non-GMO and organic fare and beverages. And, while the structure has a breath-taking atrium for dining, it will also feature a drive-thru permitting quick order pick up.
  • Mandrake in the Columbus Short North Town Hall location is a 5,500 square foot rooftop overlooking the city. There’s nothing quite like it to hit Ohio yet so be sure to check it out! 

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