The Light of Seven Matchsticks, A Clever Take on the Traditional Speakeasy
A new “speakeasy” downstairs from one of Worthington’s most popular restaurants and entertainment venues is creating quite a buzz around town.
The Light of Seven Matchsticks has opened below Natalie’s Coal-Fired Pizza and Live Music at 5601 N. High Street. Open Thursday through Sunday from 6 p.m. to midnight, The Light of Seven Matchsticks offers a full food and drink menu.
Curious about the name of the dark wood, clubby and book-strewn space? Fans of Wes Anderson’s movie Moonrise Kingdom may recognize Light of the Seven Matchsticks as the title of a fictitious book being read by one of the film’s characters, Suzy.
Check out these quirky and clever ‘Speakeasy Rules’
- No cell phone service. Come with those whose company you enjoy.
- While we love children, please leave them at home.
- No reservations.
- Find the “secret menu.” (Hmmm.)
- Be respectful.
More about Natalie’s food & music
Since opening Natalie’s, Charlie Jackson and his daughter, Natalie have built on its reputation as Ohio’s first and only coal-fired pizza restaurant, serving authentic old world, New York style pizzas and scratch-made dishes.
Filling out the menu are an impressive selection of craft beers, wines and classic cocktails.
A big draw at Natalie’s is live music. Local and national entertainers perform a variety of Americana-style music, from folk and singer/songwriter to jazz, blues, Irish and other traditional styles.
Check out The Light of Seven Matchsticks facebook page to follow happenings there and Natalie’s website at nataliescoalfiredpizza.com for their entertainment schedule.