Another high-energy bar has committed to joining Easton Town Center’s $500 million expansion.

The Beeline, a 3,000-square-foot bar named for a railway that connected Columbus and Cincinnati, will offer guests a wide selection of beer, wine and craft cocktails made with local ingredients, according to a news release sent March 19.

Four Entertainment Group, the owner and operator of more than 20 bars and restaurants in Cincinnati and Chicago, is bringing Beeline to Columbus.

On weekend nights, local and national DJs will provide the soundtrack for a nightlife atmosphere, the release said.

The Beeline has devoted a significant portion of its square footage to outdoor entertainment, the release said.

The adjoining patio will wrap around three-fourths of the building and play host to a variety of yard games.

An outdoor projection screen will broadcast sporting events and movies under the stars.

Guests should expect a variety of special events and programming, including the occasional s’mores buffet.

The patio will be heated in the cooler months, and fans will be on during warmer months.

It’s the second major announcement in recent weeks from the expansion at Easton Town Center. Ivan Kane’s Forty Deuce Café and Speakeasy, featuring both dining and a burlesque component, is expected to open by the end of the year in Easton’s latest expansion.