The Grandview Theater & Drafthouse reopened last week under new ownership. After closing at the end of 2015, the theater was purchased by Studio 35 owner Eric Brembeck, who renovated the theater and added a full bar with 40 taps of beer.

The Grandview Theater & Drafthouse reopened last week under new ownership. After closing at the end of 2015, the theater was purchased by Studio 35 owner Eric Brembeck, who renovated the theater and added a full bar with 40 taps of beer.

A new eatery called Stav's Diner opened at 2932 E. Broad St. in Bexley last week. The diner features breakfast and lunch served Tuesday through Sunday.

North High Brewing took home a silver metal from the World Beer Cup last week for its pale ale. North High was the only Columbus brewery to medal, although Ohio breweries Fifty West, Fat Head's, Little Fish and Willoughby won awards, too.

Wolf's Ridge and Seventh Son breweries also took home medals from the San Diego International Beer Competition last week. Seventh Son took a silver for its barleywine, while Wolf's Ridge garnered a gold for the smoked beer, and silvers for the Sustinator German bock and Clear Sky cream ale.

Jack's Diner is set to reopen sometime this week, after being closed for nearly a year.

ZenCha Tea Salon has closed its Downtown location at 19 E. Gay St.

Cincinnati restaurateur Jeff Ruby announced a new steakhouse for 89 E. Nationwide Blvd., current home to 89 Fish & Grill.

Columbus Craft Beer Week kicks off Friday, May 13 and runs through May 20. Events are planned all over town, including beer dinners, special tastings and collaboration brews. The week culminates in Six One Pour, a beer festival taking place at Huntington Park on Friday, May 20.

Nicholas Dekker writes about breakfast, beer, coffee and Columbus at breakfastwithnick.com. He leads breakfast and brunch tours for Columbus Food Adventures.