Another Cameron Mitchell Restaurants property is coming to Dublin's Bridge Street District.

The Pearl is slated to open this fall at 88 N. High St. in Dublin, according to Brent Crawford, principal and founder of Bridge Park developer Crawford Hoying.

The original Pearl is at 641 N. High St. in Columbus' Short North.

Other Cameron Mitchell locations in the Bridge Street District include Cap City Diner, which opened August 2017; the Avenue Steak Tavern, which opened May 2018; and the Exchange at Bridge Park, which opened September 2017, Crawford said.

"Their concepts have been received very well overall," he said.

Crawford said the Pearl's eclectic menu, which is heavy on seafood, would be a great addition to the venues already in the Bridge Street District.

"We greatly value our relationship with Crawford Hoying and their Bridge Park project,” said Katie Lundy, a spokeswoman for Cameron Mitchell Restaurants. “While Bridge Park is a great destination for our restaurants, we don’t have any specific news to share at this time,” she said.

No Soliciting, a private, members-only bourbon bar, also will join the Bridge Street District, said Rise Brands spokesman Mike Clark. It will be accessible via a private elevator next to the Pearl, he said. (He initially told ThisWeek in error the elevator would be inside the Pearl.)

Rise Brands already has a presence in the Bridge Street District, with Pins Mechanical Co. and 16-Bit Bar+Arcade.

No Soliciting has a Columbus location at 19 E. Chestnut St., and it will remain open when Rise Brands expands to Dublin, Clark said.

The Bridge Street District location, to be open late summer or early fall, will be a little larger than the downtown version, with more private areas and a room where sporting events will be televised.

Those who want to join No Soliciting can apply for membership online at, Clark said. Founding members review membership requests monthly.

"Our typical members are other business owners, athletes or other influencers in town," he said.