Raise your hand if you’re ready to sip on a Mystic Mama under the summer sun!
It was always easy to be excited about Jackie O’s expansion to Columbus. But it’s even easier to get hyped when you see the new tap room and incredible patio space.
On the ground level, the patio has a variety of seating areas, along with a shipping container bar, unique booth seating, and several fire pits. The second-story patio covers the ground-level space, which means it is well protected from inclement weather.
On the second level, there’s an additional shipping container bar, a variety of seating, and plenty of space to gather with friends. In total, the patio will provide 8,000 additional square feet of space for the bar.
“We want to take this time to again express our immense appreciation for our unbelievably talented partners in this journey, all of the extraordinary and inspiring members of the Jackie O’s family past and present, and to ALL OF YOU! It is because of your constant and unwavering hard work, love, and support that we have turned this dream into a reality,” the brewery shared on social media.
“It has been a long time in the making, but the wait is over. We want to officially welcome each and every one of you to come and enjoy the big city Jackie O’s experience we’ve envisioned for so long.”
The new space for the Athens-based brewery also includes a 6,000 sq ft indoor public space with a variety of seating (booth, table, and bar) for up to 80 people, as well as a concrete bar with 30 draft lines, a 2nd-floor private indoor event space capable of hosting parties of up to 120, and a retail store.
On Fourth also features on-site parking for 20-30 vehicles, making it even easier for people to stop by for something to eat or drink.
Speaking of food… the menu at Jackie O’s On Fourth will be provided by two Ohio eateries. Bagel Street Deli, a well-known institution to any OU alum, will have a food cart on the patio where you can snag one of their iconic bagelwiches.
In June, Wario’s Beef and Pork will be opening a new concept in the bar with a “phenomenal menu that gives a colorful nod to Midwest traditions as well as the nostalgic fast food joints of yesteryear.”
Jackie O’s On Fourth will be open on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays and will add more days/hours of operation moving into the summer. For more information, you can visit jackieos.com.