This informal neighborhood within Columbus is the center of Clinton Township. Comprised of independently owned shops and unique restaurants, Clintonville is defined by its leafy tree-lined streets and various green spaces, as well as a number of historic homes.
– Sandy Raines
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Hot Chicken Takeover
Prepare your tastebuds—Hot Chicken Takeover is Clintonville's coolest new restaurant, and it's generated quite a buzz from its namesake dish. Grab a cold drink and try their spicy hot chicken for yourself...you'll never forget the unique flavor! They also have other menu items for not-so-adventurous eaters.
City Folk's Farm Shop
Get in touch with nature at City Folk's, a locally owned Clintonville shop that aims to connect urban dwellers with their rural roots. Here, you can take classes, learn to farm, or pick up everything from cookware and homesteading supplies to animal feed.
Clintonville at a Glance
Median Home Value: $425,000
Travel & Commute
Columbus Int'l Airport: 16 min
Columbus: 15 min
Hilliard: 26 min
Major Roads: US-23, I-71, Indianola Avenue, High Street
Explore More Highlights of Clintonville
Want to live like a Clintonville local? Gather with neighbors during the summer at Whetstone Park, which hosts the iconic Red, White & BOOM! July 4th extravaganza. Experience Days of Clintonville encourages residents to shop and dine at local businesses, while Holidayville transforms the neighborhood into a winter wonderland with trolley rides and carolers.
Shopping & Dining
Most of Clintonville's local businesses can be found on Indianola Avenue and North High Street, the area's main thoroughfares. The Laughing Ogre is Columbus' go-to comic book store, while Tigertree and Elm & Iron feature some of the coolest gifts around. Locals also love shopping the day away at Graceland Shopping Center or enjoying a meal courtesy of Lavash Cafe.
Parks & Rec
In addition to the Garden of Roses, Clintonville features countless parks, trails, and green spaces that are just waiting for you to explore. Savor the outdoors at Whetstone Park, head to Clinton-Como Park to enjoy any sport imaginable, or check out one of Clintonville's three scenic ravines. And if you love a good nature walk, you simply have to visit Antrim Park.
Schools & Jobs
Students in the area attend Columbus City Schools, which enrolls a little under 50,000 students across 118 institutions. Currently, Clintonville's younger residents are zoned to Indian Springs Elementary, Dominion Middle, and Whetstone High. And if you work in Columbus, you'll enjoy easy access to Downtown and The Ohio State University.
Despite its size, Clintonville is actually divided up into four smaller districts that each have their own unique vibe. South Clintonville is known for its historic 20th century homes, while North Clintonville homes were built between the 1930s and 50s. Beechwold offers a mix of Cape Cod-influenced bungalows and new high-rises, and residents love North of Morse's recently refurbished Graceland Shopping Center.
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