Urban Meyer’s Pint House Headed To Dublin This Fall

Urban Meyer may not be the head coach at OSU anymore, but he’s still our spiritual head coach.

And the Coach made a pretty big announcement over the weekend. Meyer will team up with Corso Ventures, the restauranteurs behind The Short North Pint House to open a new spot in Dublin’s Bridge Park called Urban Meyer’s Pint House.

“When Corso Ventures approached me with this unique opportunity to partner with their elite restaurant and hospitality team on a Pint House in Bridge Park, it was a no brainer,” Meyer said in a press release.

Bridge Park has been a booming development for Dublin over the past few years. In addition to condos and apartments, the new district is home to restaurants like Cap City Fine Diner, Fukuryu Ramen, Fado Pub and Kitchen, and more. Soon, it will see an addition of a second North Market location as well.

“Corso Ventures has always been committed to creating fun and exciting experiences across Columbus,” said Corso in a press release. “The vibrancy being built in Bridge Park makes it an obvious choice and we are thrilled to be honoring the career of Coach Urban Meyer with a venue that we envision will be Dublin’s premier destination to celebrate game day or any other special occasion.”

Urban Meyer’s Pint House will be 8,500 square feet, including a private event space called Urban’s 7-0 room, named after his undefeated record against that team up north. The private room will likely be the site of many upcoming events, including those hosted by the Urban and Shelley Meyer Foundation.

“Not only does Urban Meyer’s Pint House allow me to stay attached to the central Ohio community, but it will also make the perfect space to host events supporting our foundation,” said Meyer.

The restaurant is expected to open later this fall after some renovations. It will be taking over the former RAM Restaurant and Brewing spot at 6632 Longshore St. Dublin, OH 43017. For more info or updates, please visit urbanspinthouse.com.