Buckeye vibes are brewing in Bridge Park. Earlier this season, Urban Meyer’s Pint House opened its doors as a result of a partnership with Corso Ventures & the Meyer family. Ever since, the place as been booming with residents, visitors and fans alike.
To help you get the most out of your trip, here’s our guide to visiting Urban’s Pint House in Dublin, Ohio:
How to get there
Urban’s Pint House is located at 6632 Longshore St. in Dublin’s Bridge Park District. Bridge Park is off Bridge St. (or State Route 33) just east of Historic Dublin and the Scioto River.
Where to park
Located conveniently in Bridge Park, Urban’s Pint House is right in between the district’s two multi-level, free parking garages. Street parking spots are also available in front of the Pint House but may be challenging to find especially on the weekends.
What to expect
Get ready for 8,000 square feet of fun. When you walk in the door you’ll find Ohio State memorabilia, two bars serving 50+ beers, images from Urban’s time with the Buckeyes and the Florida Gators. Huge screens will round out the perfect watch party experience for game day including a 21 ft. projector. There’s even a private table in the 7-0 room reserved for Urban and Shelley, so you might just catch them there during your visit!
To order from the bar
Urban’s Pint House is serving up your favorite drinks from a full, horseshoe-shaped full bar! Beer lover? We recommend trying the 7-0 Ale, a collaboration with local brewing company, Land Grant which celebrates Coach Meyer’s record against the Michigan Wolverines. Cocktails more your jam? Order some of Shelley’s Frose – a fun twist on your favorite summer vino. With a group? The giant Moscow Mule is a crowd-pleaser or try Shelley’s Punch Bowl (served in a giant gold flamingo) to make your happy hour a touchdown.
Foods to try from the menu
Did you know that one of Urban Meyer’s go-to restaurants is Forno Kitchen + Bar in the Short North? Being that Forno was a contributing factor in this collaboration with Corso Ventures, it only makes sense that many of your Forno favorites made their way onto the Pint House menu. Be sure to try the Avocado Bruchetta and their famous White Pizza (GF crust available). And don’t miss the Coach’s Favorite: Linguine and Clams. Click here for the full menu.
When to go
Every day is a good day to visit Urban Meyer’s Pint House, but we recommend Wednesdays for their rotating Tap Takeovers. Guests can enjoy local brews with ½ beer brined chicken and fresh-cut fries for just $10. And for the full experience, you can head to Pint House on Buckeye Game Day!
Look for a brunch menu coming soon to Saturdays and Sundays! Ask about renting the 7-0 room for your next private event.
Down, set, hike on over to Urban’s Pint House in Dublin, Ohio where every visit is guaranteed to be a touchdown. Click here for a Buckeye Fan’s Guide to Dublin, Ohio.
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