The residential streets of Grandview have the quaint, quiet feel of a neighborhood straight out of "Leave It to Beaver," but lively retail areas are home to shops and restaurants filled with families, young professionals and artists alike.

The residential streets of Grandview have the quaint, quiet feel of a neighborhood straight out of "Leave It to Beaver," but lively retail areas are home to shops and restaurants filled with families, young professionals and artists alike.

Drink up:

Stauf's

1277 Grandview Ave., Grandview

614-486-4861

staufs.com

This Grandview institution boasts high-quality beans and a thoughtful staff, which means you're getting the best coffee in town. Even better, you'll feel ultra-cool basking in the hipster vibe or people-watching on Stauf's Grandview Avenue patio.

Eat up:

Spagio

1295 Grandview Ave., Grandview

614-486-1114

spagio.com

When Chef Hubert came to Columbus over 30 years ago, he brought experience from cooking in 11 different countries - including Spain, Switzerland, Holland, Mexico and his home country Germany. Today, as the architect behind Spagio's European and Pacific Rim cuisine, Hubert helms one of the most popular and successful restaurants in the city.

Have fun:

Grandview Hop

5-9 p.m. the last Saturday each month

Grandview Avenue

thegrandviewhop.com

Celebrating the best of Grandview - food, drinks, live music, art and fun - this Hop has plenty going on without the hassle of parking in the Short North. On the last Saturday of the each month from April to November, shops, bars and restaurants pair with street merchants to make Grandview Avenue where it's at.