COLUMBUS, Ohio , May 27, 2011 — The Buckeye Hall of Fame Grill is rolling out its extended summer food and drink menu along with daily specials and live music entertainment beginning this Memorial Day weekend. General Manager for the restaurant, Gary Petroff made the announcement.
The summer menu, the creation of the Buckeye Grill’s Executive Chef Mark Johnston, features summer salads, stuffed wraps, burger combos, and entrees, including seared Ahi tuna, bruschetta burgers, Greek Isle turkey burgers and steak and chicken enchiladas. For dessert, Chef Johnston has crafted home-style choices like fresh fruit cobblers and Buckeye Pie. The updated drink menu includes strawberry mojitos, white peach sangria and pomegranate lemonade as well as more than 15 draft beers on tap. “This menu incorporates tons of fresh summer ingredients and local produce to add flavor and style to every plate,” said Chef Johnston.
In addition to a summer food and drink menu, the restaurant is bringing live music every Thursday on the outdoor patio around the Block O fire pit, plus Triva Nights every Wednesday and a special Kids Eat Free Day every Sunday.
The Buckeye Hall of Fame Grill is open daily at 11 a.m. and is located at 900 Goodale Blvd. at Grandview Yard. For more information, visit www.buckeyegrill.com
About the Buckeye Hall of Fame Grill
The Buckeye Hall of Fame Grill is a sports restaurant licensed by The Ohio State University. The Buckeye Grill, features unique memorabilia, rarely seen photographs, 40 TV screens, and an atmosphere that celebrates all things scarlet and gray. From unique appetizers to signature entrees, everything is prepared using only the finest and freshest ingredients. The Buckeye Grill is located at Grandview Yard near the Hyatt Place hotel and is just minutes from downtown Columbus and The Ohio State University campus.
About Grandview Yard
Located on the former Big Bear warehouse site and encompassing nearly 100 acres, NRI’s Grandview Yard will include 1.5 – 2 million square feet of commercial space, including a significant retail component, restaurants, office and more than 600 residential (condo and apartment) units. New community parks and significant infrastructure improvements are also included in the master plan. Additionally, Grandview Yard is the first development registered for certification by the USGBC LEED for Neighborhood Development in the Midwest.