Harvey & Ed’s is Now Open in the Short North Arts District; Cameron Mitchell Restaurants Opens Modern Delicatessen

Harvey & Ed’s, inspired by the classic Jewish delicatessen, is the newest restaurant concept to be introduced by Cameron Mitchell Restaurants (CMR). Beginning today, the restaurant is open in the Short North Arts District at 698 North High Street.

Harvey & Ed’s is a lively, full-service restaurant and bar where traditional noshes are honored with an upscale contemporary twist, focusing on fresh ingredients, simple preparations and familial hospitality.

Signature dishes include:

• Chef’s Favorites
o Bubbe’s Matzo Ball Soup – chicken, vegetables and house made matzo ball
o Noshes – Chopped Liver, Bissel of Caviar, Hummus, Latke Royale, and more
o Deli-style sandwiches – featuring Reuben, Roast Beef, Falafel Hoagie, Turkey Rachel, All Beef Hot Dog and Smoked Salmon Bagel. All sandwiches are served with a side of fries, coleslaw or potato salad
• Main Plates
o Roasted Chicken Tabbouleh – tomato, bulgar wheat, mint, cucumber, lemon vinaigrette
o Roasted Halibut – toasted almonds, golden raisins, chili relish, cilantro, evoo
o Pomegranate Braised Lamb – spicy stewed tomatoes, chickpeas, radish citrus salad
• Platters
o A selection of cured fish served with Block’s Bagels, cream cheese, tomato, cucumber, onion, capers, house pickles & olives.
o Fish offerings include smoked whitefish, kippered salmon, smoked salmon, house gravlax, whitefish salad and smoked salmon spread.
• Brunch
o Babka French Toast – chocolate babka, strawberries, mascarpone whipped cream and candied turkey bacon
o Smoked Salmon Benedict – two poached eggs, toasted challah, caviar, hollandaise, and served with fruit and breakfast potatoes
o Ed’s Hash and Eggs – two sunny-side up eggs, schmaltz potatoes, pastrami, brussels sprouts, caramelized onions and choice of bagel
• House made desserts
o Chocolate Babka – French toast, strawberries and whipped cream
o Cheese Blintz – seasonal fruit, honey and granola
o Apple Tart – Schmaltz crust, apple and apricot compote, whipped cream

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Harvey & Ed’s pays homage to CMR President David Miller and VP of Ocean Prime Mitch Miller’s father and uncle – best friends and brothers-in-law. The two could often be found at their favorite delicatessens enjoying each other’s company over a good cocktail and a plate of food. Similarly, David Miller and CMR Founder Cameron Mitchell have traveled together for the past 20 years, experiencing and comparing delis from New York to Boston, and from Chicago to Beverly Hills.

“Columbus offers one of the best dining scenes in the nation, and we are eager to introduce a concept that is unlike anything currently available in Central Ohio,” said David Miller. “Harvey &
Ed’s menu focuses on taking classic delicatessen favorites and elevating them with a modern
culinary twist. We are excited for our guests to experience the unique dishes handcrafted by our
talented culinary team.”

The 4,100-square foot space offers a traditional deli counter for carryout and catering orders, as well as table seating for approximately 140 guests. The restaurant also has an energetic bar, which serves handcrafted cocktails, wine, house sodas and egg creams. Harvey & Ed’s serves lunch and dinner daily along with brunch on Saturday and Sunday. Daily happy hour will be offered throughout the restaurant from 3 p.m. – 6 p.m. with a specially-priced menu and beverage offerings.

For more information on Harvey & Ed’s, its menus or to make a reservation, visit www.harveyandeds.com.

About Cameron Mitchell Restaurants:
Cameron Mitchell Restaurants (CMR) is an independent, privately-held restaurant group known for developing compelling dining concepts, offering outstanding cuisine complemented by genuine hospitality. Cameron Mitchell founded the company in 1993 on the powerful guest philosophy, “The answer is yes. What is the question?”. Today, that commitment to delivering extraordinary guest experiences fuels 32 award-winning restaurants under 15 different concepts, including the nationally-acclaimed Ocean Prime brand, now coast-to-coast in Beverly Hills, Calif., Boston, Chicago (opening 2019), Columbus, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Indianapolis, Naples, New York City, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Tampa and Washington, D.C; the Cameron Mitchell Premier Events catering company; and Buckeye Hospitality Construction, responsible for developing and managing the company’s new construction, remodels and special projects. CMR also oversees the growth and development of its sister company, Rusty Bucket Restaurant and Tavern, with 23 locations in six states.

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With a penchant for building tomorrow’s hospitality workforce, Mitchell is the largest alumni donor to the Culinary Institute of America and, as a Columbus State Community College Foundation board member, is a leading contributor to the expansion of the school’s top-rated hospitality management and culinary arts program.

For more information, visit www.cameronmitchell.com and follow CMR on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram (@CMRColumbus).

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