The Hey Hey Bar and Grill was built in 1900.
During Prohibition, it was a speakeasy, one of the few well documented in Columbus. The windows were shuttered and the patrons said they were playing cards. The gentlemen who brought the bootleg would always say, “Hey! Hey! The Beer is Here!” and they became known as the Hey Hey Boys. The name stuck.
Susan and Timothy Gall own the Hey Hey now and established it in 1981.
They travel and do festivals – The Dublin Irish Festival, The Columbus Oktoberfest, The Dayton Oktoberfest, The Cincinnati Oktoberfest, The Circleville Pumpkin Festival, and sometimes more! They usually sell Potato Pancakes, their famous Sauerkraut Balls, Cabbage and Noodles, Chicken and Noodles, and Limburger Cheese Sandwiches!
The famous Sauerkraut Balls were featured in “MidWest Living Magazine” and are always available at the Hey Hey! Regular, Jalapeno, Veggie, or Vegan!
The Hey Hey is open 7 days a week from 3 p.m.-2:30 a.m.
Happy Hour is weekdays from 3-7 and includes $1 off all beer and liquor.
The Hey Hey has a great beer selection! Tons of Crafts!
- German Potato Pancakes
- Sauerkraut Balls
- Chicken & Noodles
- Limburger Cheese Sandwiches
- Cabbage & Noodles