Cameron Mitchell Restaurants’ Newest Concept Opens in Grandview

The Avenue Steak Tavern will have a 1920s and 1930s feel.
The Avenue Steak Tavern will have a 1920s and 1930s feel.

Cameron Mitchell Restaurants is celebrating the grand opening of its 15th restaurant concept in Columbus, Ohio, on February 1. The Avenue Steak Tavern (The Avenue) is located in the heart of Grandview at 1307 Grandview Avenue.

“We’re thrilled to be opening The Avenue in Grandview’s historic Bank Block neighborhood and believe it’s truly a classically designed, timeless and approachable all-occasion steak tavern,” says David Miller, executive vice president, Cameron Mitchell Restaurants. “The Avenue has a refined menu of fine steaks and tavern fare and is a place where everything is familiar and ‘old school,’ reminiscent of good times when life was less complicated, not so busy and more fun.” 

The Avenue will offer guests mouthwatering appetizers, soups, salads, sandwiches, seafood, and steaks. Executive Chef Jeff Lindemeyer, along with the CMR culinary development team, has created a dinner menu with signature dishes that include:  Veal Milanese; Steak Frites; Sautéed Branzino; Twin Lobster Tails; Filet Mignon; New York Strip; Prime Top Sirloin; Colorado Lamb Chops.

A carefully selected collection of Old and New World Wines will be featured at The Avenue, as well as classically inspired cocktails, including:Sloe Tom Collins (Plymouth Dry and Sloe gin, fresh raspberries, lemon, and soda); Planter’s Punch (Ron Zacapa, fresh pineapple, citrus, and house-made grenadine); Old Fashioned (George Dickle Rye, sugar, orange, and old fashion bitters); Staten Island Ferry (Coconut-infused Mt. Gay rum, fresh pineapple, and Snowville Creamery crème fraiche); Manhattan (Watershed bourbon, Dolin Rouge Vermouth, Nocino, and orange bitters). 

The Avenue encompasses a 4,830-square foot space and will accommodate 100 guests in the dining room, 35 in the bar area, and 24 on the patio. The Avenue also features a semi-private dining area with seating for up to six people. Although not open for lunch, the dining area is available for reserved luncheons for up to 100 guests between 11:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. at The Avenue.

“Grandview is one of Columbus’ most vibrant areas and has long needed a neighborhood steakhouse—our team is more than excited to bring this exquisite menu to guests,” said Kristen Luff, The Avenue’s general manager.

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