The bar was a longtime hot spot for politicians from both sides of the aisle.
Visitors will notice a pair of stained glass windows depicting a donkey and an elephant.
Since it was built in 1884, the building has housed a grocery, two saloons and, in the 1950s, the King’s Rose Garden, a rough-and-tumble neighborhood bar.
Old Mohawk The tavern that originally operated out of 819 Mohawk officially opened its doors after the end of Prohibition in 1933.
The nonprofit group is committed to strengthening the local economy and enriching the community through education and charitable partnerships.
Shelley Mann is the executive director of Dine Originals Columbus, a nonprofit group that celebrates, supports and promotes independently owned restaurants in Central Ohio.
Z Cucina Says owner Rick Ziliak, “Our building was originally built just after World War II to be the post office for the area, then became Byerly’s Aquarium Supplies.” In 2009, a fire spread through a dozen businesses between W. Third Avenues in Grandview—Z Cucina’s building was the only one to survive.