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Japanese Oriental Restaurant Now Open

 

Japanese Oriental Restaurant is back. After a year-long closure to escape construction on North High Street, they’ve resumed business as usual at their original location at 2283 N. High St.

 

The restaurant’s official reopening was on Saturday, Dec. 15, and, as co-owner Kim Aun says, everything is pretty much the same. They’ll offer the same extensive menu anchored by a variety of sushi rolls. It also features appetizers like miso soup and duk bo ki, entrees like bulgogi and pad thai, and a selection of soups and stews.

 

More below:

https://www.columbusunderground.com/japanese-oriental-restaurant-now-open-ls1


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Hai Poké Acquires Downtown’s Pure Pressed Juicery

 

Hai Poké is making it permanent Downtown, acquiring Pure Pressed Juicery, the location of the island-inspired eatery’s long-standing pop-up.

 

Hai Poké Co-Owners Nile Woodson and Mico Cordero took ownership of the space at 194 S. High St. on January 1. The space will still operate under the Pure Pressed name for now until a rebranding, but serve the full Hai Poké menu, as well as the juice and smoothies served by Pure Pressed.

 

More below:

https://www.columbusunderground.com/hai-poke-acquires-downtowns-pure-pressed-juicery-sp1

 

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Balboa Submitting Plans for Patio Revamp Next Week

 

In the midst of an interior and patio revamp, Balboa in Grandview has closed to the public as of Tuesday, Jan. 8. The bar and restaurant is still hosting private parties, and there’s a hopeful reopening date set for St. Patricks Day.

 

Balboa has always “crushed it” in the warm, summer months, says managing member Brad DeHays, but as fall and spring have gotten rainier, it’s been cutting deep into their patio season. In July, they started planning for a patio remodel that will allow them to keep the space open through September and October, and March and April as well.

 

More below:

https://www.columbusunderground.com/balboa-submitting-plans-for-patio-revamp-next-week-ls1

 

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Update: Fox in the Snow will open Jan. 12 in New Albany; Dublin up next?

 

 

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Even though it’s in a new building in New Albany, the third Fox in the Snow Cafe will look a lot like its older siblings.

 

Fox in the Snow Cafe co-owner Jeff Excell said he and Lauren Culley, his fellow co-owner and wife, wanted to preserve the flavor of their first two cafes in Columbus’ Italian Village and German Village. The Italian Village coffee shop and bakery opened in October 2014 at 1031 N. Fourth St. and the German Village location opened last January at 210 Thurman Ave.

 

But the essential ingredients at the first two locations are included in New Albany by employing such details as interior brick, high ceilings and minimalist design, Excell said.

 

 

http://www.thisweeknews.com/news/20190102/update-fox-in-snow-will-open-jan-12-in-new-albany-dublin-up-next

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Poke bowl and burrito eatery opens its doors

 

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A fast-growing fast-casual brand is now serving its take on Hawaiian-style grub near Grandview Heights.

 

California-based Pokeworks is open at 1011 W. 5th Ave. in the View on Fifth building. The local franchisee is Aaron Fu, whose brother-in-law Kevin Hsuis one of the brand's cofounders. The restaurant first was announced in July.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2019/01/08/poke-bowl-and-burrito-eatery-opens-its-doors.html


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Casual sports bar chain adding second Columbus site

 

A casual restaurant chain is expanding in Columbus.

 

Florida-based Miller’s Ale House, which opened its first Central Ohio location in 2013, is adding a second. The 88-unit brand is taking the space at 3884 Morse Rd. that most recently was Kobe Japanese Steakhouse just north of Easton Town Center.

 

More below:

https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2019/01/10/casual-sports-bar-chain-adding-second-columbus.html

 

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Pizza and beer restaurant adding a third Central Ohio site

 

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Beer Barrel Pizza & Grill took its time to find its second Central Ohio site.

 

Its third will arrive much faster.

 

Lima-based Good Food Restaurants on Thursday announced it will open in late spring or early summer at in the Dublin Green shopping center in Jerome Township.

 

It’ll be the eighth Beer Barrel overall and the third in the Columbus market. The company opened at 2500 Roberts Ct. in Hilliard in May 2016 and added a restaurant at 3993 Morse Crossing at Easton Market in December.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2019/01/10/pizza-and-beer-restaurant-adding-a-third-central.html

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First Look: Fox in the Snow New Albany

 

The third location of Fox in the Snow officially opened its doors this morning in New Albany at 160 W. Main Street. And despite the first real snow of the winter, fans flocked there in mass for coffee and baked goods that the local cafe has become known for since first launching in Italian Village in 2014. A second location was opened in German Village in early 2018.

 

More below:

https://www.columbusunderground.com/fox-in-the-snow-new-albany-we1
 

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First Look: Belgian Iron Wafel Co. Opens this Weekend

 

Belgian Iron Wafel Co. has officially opened its doors in the Short North, serving up sweet and savory “liege” wafels at 19 W. Russell St.

 

According to the owners Aimee and Brandon Harper, Liege wafels are a long way from the box waffles made at home, “made from our proprietary wafel dough recipe, not the soupy batter you grew up with.”

 

More below:

https://www.columbusunderground.com/first-look-belgian-iron-wafel-co-opens-this-weekend-ls1

 

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As Ohio State health sciences center goes up, Adriatico's settles into new home

 

Ohio State University’s comprehensive health sciences and optometry clinic project is starting to take shape.

 

In the fall of 2017, Ohio State trustees approved the demolition of three buildings at the corner of West 11th and Neil Avenues in order to build a 106,000-square-foot space for optometry clinics as well as faculty offices on the top floor and retail space on the first.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2019/01/16/https-www-youtube-com-watch-v-paeqc668ky4.html

 

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Forty’s Chicken & Waffles Returns to Old North Arcade

 

For the last three years that Old North Arcade has been around, owner Ben Morgan has watched as food from Mikey’s Late Night Slice, Ray Ray’s, Hounddogs and elsewhere came into his bar. Either on a typical Friday or Saturday night, or during a corporate event, wedding reception, or engagement party, “everyone always brings in outside food.”

 

“We wanted to get some skin in that game,” says Morgan, who’ll open up the former food truck concept, Forty’s Chicken & Waffles, inside the arcade later this month.

 

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https://www.columbusunderground.com/fortys-chicken-waffles-returns-to-old-north-arcade-ls1

 

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Local Cantina adds another Columbus unit – this one in Short North

 

A new Local Cantina is landing in a prominent spot.

 

The Central Ohio-based restaurant brand will fill the Short North space on The Cap that most recently was home to Stack City.

 

“This was a totally unexpected opportunity for us,” owner George Tanchevski told me. “I always wanted to be back in the Short North.”

 

More below:

https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2019/01/22/local-cantina-adds-another-columbus-unit-this-one.html

 

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The Columbus restaurant is thriving - but took a bit of a hit at the end of 2018 with some well-known places announcing closures:

 

https://www.columbusunderground.com/worthington-inn-restaurant-banquet-announces-closure-ls1 -- The Worthington Inn restaurant and banquet closed on December 31th - after operating for 35 years.  The owners are planning renovations for the historic building - built in 1831 - that will include offices on the upper two floors and a smaller ground-level restaurant.

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https://www.columbusunderground.com/flatiron-bar-diner-now-closed-ls1 -- The Flatiron Bar & Diner at 129 E. Nationwide Blvd., closed its doors on December 27th after 30 years of operation.  In a Dispatch article about the closing - https://www.dispatch.com/business/20181228/flatiron-bar-amp-diner-closes - the property owner said they're "going to step back and clean the place out a little bit" - the upper two floors of the three-story building have been used for storage in recent years - and see if another restaurant operator wants to open in the distinctive and historic 1914 building, or if another use is proposed.

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The iconic Michael’s Goody Boy Diner, located at 1144 N. High Street in the Short North, also closed on January 2nd.  But this closing was because of an ownership change and a brief renovation for a planned re-opening.  Corso Ventures - the company that operates Forno Kitchen & Bar, Short North Food Hall, Standard Hall and Short North Pint House in the Short North - has purchased the property from Jim Velio, who purchased the property in 2000.  Corso Ventures said “It’s just changing hands.  We’re not planning on tearing down the building, it’ll just be an enhancement of what is currently going on at Goody Boy.”

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Northeast Ohio-Based Dave’s Cosmic Subs Opening First Columbus Location

 

Northeast Ohio-based sub shop Dave’s Cosmic Subs is breaking into the central Ohio market. Local entrepreneur Chris May and his family will open the first Columbus location on the OSU campus this May.

 

Located near Bullwinkles, at 1764 N. High St., Dave’s will take over half of the ground floor of a former office building. At 1,100 square feet, the shop will offer about 10 seats for dine-in customers, but May says he’s expecting many more carryout orders. 

 

Dave’s Cosmic Subs has an extensive menu of signature, or “cosmic,” subs, including The Original Dave’s Cosmic Sub, similar to an Italian sub; the Sloppy Dave’s; the Crazy Dave; the Dave’s Best Meatball Ever; and a couple dozen more. Catering to the health-conscious crowd, they also offer veggie subs and salads. Actual catering is available as well.

 

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https://www.columbusunderground.com/northeast-ohio-based-daves-cosmic-subs-opening-first-columbus-location-ls1

 

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See where Condado is opening its next restaurant in Central Ohio

 

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One thing is for certain: There is no lack of fast-growing taco bars in the Columbus area.

 

Condado Tacos on Thursday said it will open its 11th restaurant (and sixth in Central Ohio) in early March in Dublin. The site is 104 N. High St. in Bridge Park West.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2019/01/24/see-where-condado-is-opening-its-next-restaurant.html


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 ⚠️  This is a headline that sure grabs your attention  ⚠️

 

Anyone who visited Fuzzy’s Taco Shop on North High Street advised to get hepatitis A vaccine

 

Columbus Public Health has identified and continues to investigate a confirmed case of hepatitis A involving a restaurant employee, the city announced on Friday in a news release.  The employee worked at Fuzzy’s Taco Shop, a Mexican food chain located on 479 N. High St., just south of the Short North, and was in direct contact with food, the city said.  As a result, anyone who was at that location between Jan. 1 and Jan. 16 is advised to obtain a hepatitis A vaccine.

 

Vaccinations will be provided free to the public from noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday at Columbus Public Health, 240 Parsons Avenue.  Local pharmacies and healthcare providers can also provide vaccines.  The release noted that all employees at Fuzzy’s Taco Shop were vaccinated by Columbus Public Health and no one is currently ill.

 

MORE:  https://www.dispatch.com/news/20190125/anyone-who-visited-fuzzys-taco-shop-on-north-high-street-advised-to-get-hepatitis-vaccine

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Newest Columbus Swensons sets opening date

 

An Ohio-favorite burger is ready to open its second local unit.

 

Akron-based Swensons Drive-In will open its newest restaurant Feb. 4 at 2012 Ikea Way just off Polaris Parkway (and right beside Ikea and Topgolf). The chain opened its first Columbus-area drive in the fall on Sawmill Road near Dublin.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2019/01/28/newest-columbus-swensons-sets-it-opening-date.html


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Chicken salad and other Southern favorites coming to Columbus, possibly Dublin

 

A growing Southern-born restaurant brand is coming to Columbus.

 

Auburn, Alabama-based Chicken Salad Chick is venturing out of the South for the first time to open a restaurant at 687 Worthington Rd. near Polaris in late spring.

 

Currently, the closest restaurants to Columbus are in Lexington, Kentucky, and suburban St. Louis, Missouri, which just opened this month.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2019/01/29/chicken-salad-and-other-southern-favorites-coming.html


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A look at the new Swensons Polaris and what's coming next

 

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Swensons Drive-In No. 2 is here with more to come.

 

The Akron-based eatery will mark the grand opening of its newest Columbus restaurant Feb. 4. The grills were going on a chilly afternoon this week as the restaurant offered up a preview of what’s to come for customers.

 

The second local Swensons (and 12th overall for the brand) is at 2012 Ikea Way in the shadow of both Swedish mega retailer Ikea and the new Topgolf. That means it's an area that won’t be bereft of visitors.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2019/01/31/a-look-at-the-new-swensons-polaris-and-whats.html


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First Culinary Partners Announced for Budd Dairy Food Hall

 

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Two local businesses have been tapped to serve Cameron Mitchell Restaurants’ Budd Dairy Food Hall, opening later this year. Borgata Pizza Café and Darista are the first of eight chef-driven concepts to be announced for the new food hall coming to Italian Village.

 

Borgata, owned by Ed Bisconti and Roz Auddino, offers New York-style pizza and Italian dishes sourcing local and regional ingredients. The pizzeria has two other locations in northern Columbus and Worthington. Their bill of fare at Budd Dairy will be an abbreviated version of the menu at these other locations, “but our main focuses will still be our fresh, local ingredients and our identity as a neighborhood pizza café,” says Bisconti in a press release.

 

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https://www.columbusunderground.com/first-culinary-partners-announced-for-budd-dairy-food-hall-ls1


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Budd Dairy Food Hall announces its first food partners

 

The first tenants in the Budd Dairy Food Hall will meet tastes both indulgent and healthy.

 

The new Cameron Mitchell Restaurants venture in the historic building at 1086 N. 4th St. in Italian Village will bring in eight food entrepreneurs/chef partners to run eight stations within the 14,000-square-foot venue. The Mitchell team will handle the bar and coordinate entertainment and events.

 

The first two entrepreneurs signed on to the food incubator space are Borgata Pizza Cafe and Darista. It will be the third site for Borgata, which also is serving up its New York-inspired pizzas and pastas in northeast Columbus and in Linworth. It’s owned by Ed Bisconti and Roz Auddino.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2019/02/01/budd-dairy-food-hall-announces-its-first-food.html


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Goody Boy Announces Reopening Date

 

Michael’s Goody Boy Diner, now under the moniker Goody Boy, will reopen for St. Patrick’s Day. 

 

Corso Ventures stepped in at the start of the year to refresh the restaurant in partnership with Jimmy Velio, who purchased Goody Boy in 2009. Its reopening date is set for Thursday, March 14. 

 

More below:

https://www.columbusunderground.com/goody-boy-announces-reopening-date-ls1

 

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Ohio's first True Food Kitchen to open at Easton Town Center

 

"True Food Kitchen will be opening its first location in Ohio as part of Easton Town Center’s new expansion.

 

The restaurant is set to open in 2020 in the currently under construction development in the area between the Town Center and Easton Gateway.

 

“We’re very pleased to offer the first True Food Kitchen in the state of Ohio,” said Jennifer Peterson, Chief Executive of Easton. 'It is an extraordinarily popular destination restaurant serving Gluten-Free, Vegetarian and Vegan dishes for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch along with a full array of spirits, including beer, wine and seasonal cocktails. There is tremendous demand for this category of dining among our customers so we fully expect them to develop a strong following from the minute their doors open at Easton.'"

 

https://www.10tv.com/article/ohios-first-true-food-kitchen-open-easton-town-center

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CoreLife Eatery Opening Third Columbus Location

 

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Another CoreLife Eatery will open in Columbus this Friday, Feb. 15, at 17 E. Lane Ave. on the OSU campus. It’ll mark the third in the city for the restaurant, and the 51st nationwide.

 

CoreLife Eatery, branded as a healthy and affordable alternative to the usual fast casual joint, offers fare sans fats, sweeteners, GMOs, and artificial colors and additives. Their chicken and steak are also antibiotic- and hormone-free.

 

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https://www.columbusunderground.com/corelife-eatery-opening-third-columbus-location-ls1


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What are Cameron Mitchell and Rise Brands doing next at Bridge Park?

 

A pair of Columbus hospitality companies are expanding their presence at Bridge Park.

 

Cameron Mitchell Restaurants is planning to open a new Pearl at 86 N. High St. in the western portion of the Dublin development. Also part of the project, on the lower level, will be the second No Soliciting, a members only bourbon bar from Rise Brands Inc.

 

“These both have been in the works for a while,” said Brent Crawford, principal of Bridge Park developer Crawford Hoying. “Cameron, we obviously have a tremendous relationship with. We know he’ll do well here.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2019/02/15/what-are-cameron-mitchell-and-rise-brands-doing.html


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An interesting look at the maturing of high-end dining in Columbus and Central Ohio:

 


Veritas reservations come at a price

 

Reserving a table at Veritas isn’t for the indecisive or faint of heart.  The high-end Downtown restaurant charges a $20 per-person deposit for reservations.

 

Veritas, thought to be the first Central Ohio restaurant to charge for reservations, started the policy to discourage no-shows. ... Unlike other destinations that may take a credit card to hold a reservation, Veritas charges the card when the reservation is made.  The deposit is refunded if customers cancel within 48 hours of the reservation.  If the reservation is kept, the deposit is deducted from the bill or refunded to the credit card.

 

Veritas began experimenting with the reservation deposits for the private dining room of its restaurant at 11 W. Gay Street, which opened in December 2017.  The restaurant started charging for all reservations on Jan. 1.  “I think you’re going to see it more and more. We just happen to be early adopters for this market but it’s incredibly common in larger, more-developed markets, Veritas manager Gregory Stokes said.

 

MORE:  https://www.dispatch.com/business/20190131/veritas-reservations-come-at-price

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North Market Adds Satori Ramen Bar to Merchant Lineup

 

North Market’s newest merchant is bringing authentic ramen dishes to the Downtown food scene. Satori Ramen Bar (Satori meaning “sudden enlightenment”) will open this spring, in the vacant stall adjacent to Dos Hermanos and Omega Artisan Baking.

 

“I chose Ramen because it’s what my best memories were built around, it’s what I use to decompress after a long day, it’s what I crave when I’m homesick,” says founder and head chef Seigo Nishimura. “I chose North Market because Ramen serves a community-building function in Japanese culture and I want to share this important culinary tradition with the unique North Market community.”

 

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https://www.columbusunderground.com/north-market-adds-satori-ramen-bar-to-merchant-lineup-ls1

 

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First Look: Local Cantina at The Cap

 

The newest location of Local Cantina is now open, transforming the old Stack City spot at The Cap. It marks the ninth location for the brand, with its first location outside of Columbus opening in Dayton later this fall.

 

With nearly 200 seats inside and on the patio, Local Cantina in the Short North is the largest of all its locations. In close proximity to the Convention Center and other Short North and Downtown attractions, owner George Tanchevski says they’ve found a good fit for their latest Columbus store.

 

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https://www.columbusunderground.com/first-look-local-cantina-at-the-cap-ls1

 

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Former Leone’s Pizza Owner Finds New Home at the Osteria at Camelot Cellars

 

Leone’s Pizza fans can end their mourning. The Salem Village shop may have shuttered in October, but its owner and head chef have found new digs at the Osteria at Camelot, in Olde Towne East. 

 

Since his first kitchen position, chef Ryan LaRose has cultivated a craft for pie-making, bouncing from Florida to New York to Missouri in the process. Though he’s serving up flatbreads, not pizza, at the Osteria, his following will feel at home with “the same dough, the same cheese, the same sauce, and all the same toppings,” he says.

 

He’s also putting out a long list of appetizers, pastas, and chicken and steak entrees. Together with Camelot Owner Janine Aquino, they’re aiming to educate diners on Italian cuisine and the wines to pair with it. 

 

More below:

https://www.columbusunderground.com/former-leones-pizza-owner-finds-new-home-at-the-osteria-at-camelot-cellars-ls1

 

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