Former Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer to open Dublin restaurant

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NEW ORLEANS, LA – JANUARY 01: Head coach Urban Meyer of the Ohio State Buckeyes celebrates with the trophy after defeating the Alabama Crimson Tide in the All State Sugar Bowl at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on January 1, 2015 in New Orleans, Louisiana. The Ohio State Buckeyes defeated the Alabama Crimson Tide 42 to 35. […]

Former Ohio State University head football coach Urban Meyer will soon be the owner of a Dublin restaurant called Urban Meyer’s Pint House.

Meyer has partnered with central Ohio restaurateur Chris Corso, of Corso Ventures, on the restaurant that will be located on Riverside Drive and West Dublin-Granville Road.

It is expected to open this fall, according to a press release from Crawford Hoying, a full service real estate development company, based in Dublin,

Corso Ventures operates Standard Hall, Food Hall, Goody Boy Diner and the Short North Pint House, all in the Short North, according to the press release.

Pint House will join a long list of dining and entertainment establishments at Bridge Park including REBoL, Cap City Fine Diner, Local Cantina, Fado Pub and Kitchen, Fukuryu Ramen, VASO Rooftop Lounge, Condado, Hen Quarter and many more. Bridge Park also has recently announced the second location of the North Market set to open in Spring 2020.

“We’re really enthusiastic to welcome Urban and Corso Ventures to Bridge Park,” said Brent Crawford, principal at Crawford Hoying. “We love bringing ‘firsts’ to the area and are all about supporting local and this project checks both of those boxes. Urban Meyer’s Pint House is going to be a very exciting addition to the central Ohio community and we couldn’t be happier to be a part of it.”

Urban Meyer’s Pint House will occupy 8,500 square-feet of space and will be double the size of the Short North Pint House.

The restaurant will feature a private event space called Urban’s 7-0 room, according to The Columbus Dispatch.

The room, which will feature trophies and memorabilia from Urban’s career as a football coach, is named for Meyer’s record against That Team Up North, according to the Dispatch.

It will also serve as a venue for fundraising events for the Urban and Shelley Meyer Foundation.

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