What is the Tip Top Kitchen & Cocktails?

A tipsy downtown neighborhood bar featuring Ohio Comfort Food, mean whiskey concoctions, draught microbrews, pinball, smiling faces, whiskey, Columbus pride, great local and not-so-local music, Cafe Brioso coffee and delicious pies. Located in the heart of downtown Columbus: The Indie Art Capital of the World!Tip Top Shirt

Tip Top Tees Now for Sale!

Tip Top has partnered with local screen printing shop Skreened.com to provide you with the option of showing off your love for the best bar downtown has to offer! You can customize your size, style, and color for a one-of-a-kind look too! All shirts are printed on sweatshop-free American-made clothing. Click here to purchase your shirt through our online store, or stop by Skreened at 3327 N. High St. in Clintonville to have one made on the fly!

Facebook and Myspace and Twitter, Oh My!

Want to be our Myspace friend? How about joining our Facebook group? Or perhaps you want to follow our Twitter updates? Pick your poison and check us out!

Tip Top is a proud Member of Dine Originals Columbus!

2009 Credit Card Breach Notice

As was previously announced in November, Tip Top has learned that it was the victim of a security breach within its point of sale system. Between July and September of 2009, Tip Top’s Point of Sale system was compromised by a hacker. This security breach has been contained since October 2009.

An investigation led by the Columbus Police Department concluded that Tip Top’s point of sale system was breached by a highly skilled hacker from Europe.

Only cardholders’ names, credit or debit card numbers, and expiration dates were involved in the breach. No Social Security numbers, unencrypted personal identification numbers (PIN), addresses or telephone numbers were involved in the breach.

Since learning of the breach, Tip Top has taken several steps to secure its systems. Tip Top continues to evaluate and improve the security of its systems.

If you used your credit or debit card at Tip Top between July and September of 2009, examine your monthly statements closely and report any suspicious activity to your financial institution.

If you have any questions or would like additional information, please contact General Manager Tim Lessner at 614-221-8300.