Tre Bicchieri (or "Three Glasses" in Italian) was bought by current ownership in 2006. Wanting to keep great, local restaurants downtown we bought the old Divinos Italian Restaurant in this same location and after all new furniture & equipment and extensive renovations we became Tre Bicchieri in October 2006.
The staff is not entirely family but pretty close. Kim & Elaine DeClue as well as their daughter Kelly & Trevor Glick are owners; Kelly works as bookkeeper and Elaine bakes all Tre Bicchieri desserts. Isaac, son of Kim & Elaine, is our wonderful restaurant manager.
Ike has been managing the restaurant since our opening and is in charge of the wine list, he does extensive research on the newest, greatest and best tasting wine, beers & liquors available. He keeps our list new and interesting by continually changing wines or beers while keeping some favorites as well.
The building where Tre Bicchieri is located has been many different businesses throughout the years... at one time a Village Shoppes, a jewelry store, a bridal salon, Divino's and finally Tre Bic.
We are committed to making Downtown Columbus successful by offering fine dining you could find in larger cities but in the intimate and friendly atmosphere you can only find in Columbus.
We support local businesses by carrying their products: The Savory Swine (where we get our Italian sausage), produce during the growing months comes from Hackman's Farm Market, our coffee is especially blended for us by Wayne King of Crownlinks. Owner Kelly Glick also provides produce & herbs during summer months.
On our walls you will find local & regional artists, with all artwork for sale. Providing us with ever-changing decor and allowing artists to show their work for free.
Our family looks forward to meeting you and we hope you dine with us soon!
Kim & Elaine DeClue and Trevor & Kelly Glick
Great location in Downtown. Great Food.Chasity Smith
The European languages are members of the same family. Their separate existence is a myth.Sergio Wright
The European languages are members of the same family. Their separate existence is a myth.Meredith Jefferson