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Columbus’ Secret Bar Menu

By the team at the City of Columbus Division of Mobility & Parking Services


Columbus has no shortage of great bars, but with so many options, it can be tough to decide where to go. That’s why we talked to the Division of Mobility and Parking Services staff to learn their favorite local spots to grab a drink.

Brass Eye 
77 Belle St. |
This local stomping ground is our favorite rooftop bar, serving up the drinker’s choice from our imbibing bible, The Drinker’s Dictionary. Always unpretentious and energetic, it’s the perfect outpost to gather with friends and enjoy exhilarating views of downtown (and our Starling Street Garage). — Steve Friend, Off-street Operations Manager

Buckeye Bourbon House 
36 E. Gay St. |
For the best old fashioneds in town, look no further than Buckeye Bourbon House, located in the historic Buckeye Savings and Loan building. — Amanda Ford, Policies & Strategies Manager

The Citizens Trust 
11 W. Gay St. |
This cocktail bar is located in the heart of downtown in a cool, historic bank building. Bonus: check out Accent Wine Parlor next door. — Kristian Sims, Transportation & Mobility Planner

463 N. High St. |
This bar isn’t exactly hidden, as it’s across the street from the Greater Columbus Convention Center. But it has very good fancy cocktails. — Letitia Cetina, Transportation & Mobility Planner

Gemüt Biergarten 
734 Oak St. |
Tap into Columbus’ rich brewery history in the Olde Towne East neighborhood at this spot with classic vibes and a large, sunny patio. — Brittany Price, MAI, Customer Support Office

Jackie O’s 
171 N. 4th St. |
This beloved Ohio brewery has an awesome two-story patio space, fantastic beer and “midwest fine grub” from Goood Friends. — Emma Kogge, Transportation & Mobility Planner

The Little Palace 
240 S. 4th St. |
This is the 60’s bar you know you’ve always wanted. It’s nestled between 16-Bit Arcade and the best hot dogs around at Dirty Frank’s Hot Dog Palace. — Brian Answorth, Transportation & Planning Manager

The Oracle
1159 Oak St. |
Classic cocktails and laid back vibe in the Olde Towne East neighborhood. It’s like walking into a 19th century speak easy with some of the best bartenders in town. – Justin Goodwin, Division Administrator


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