After serving up sweet and savory European goodies for 18 years, Mozart's cafe owners Anand and Doris Saha are making a move. The pair will open a second Clintonville location in mid-June that will bring Mozart's and Vienna Ice Cafe, their European-inspired sweets shop, together under one roof.

After serving up sweet and savory European goodies for 18 years, Mozart's cafe owners Anand and Doris Saha are making a move. The pair will open a second Clintonville location in mid-June that will bring Mozart's and Vienna Ice Cafe, their European-inspired sweets shop, together under one roof.

The new building, at 4784 N. High St., was once home to the Beechwold Tavern, a 1950s Clintonville landmark.

"People in this neighborhood are very emotionally attached to it," Anand says. "Never in our wildest dreams did we ever [think] that we would actually own this one day."

Casual and sit-down dining areas will offer triple the seating of the original Mozart's location and a 1,500-square-foot patio will offer an al fresco dining option in warmer months. Also unique to the new location is a large banquet hall for special events and performances. The space features restored terrazzo flooring and an original performance stage that was discovered behind a wall during renovation.

Old favorites will remain on the bakery menu-rich Austrian Sacher cake, sweet petit fours and whimsical fruit-shaped marzipan pastries-and new plated desserts will include traditional Austrian delicacies kaiserschmarrn, strips of caramelized pancake smothered with fruit and nuts, and salzburger nockerl, a sweet and delicate souffle.

A bakery production space will crank out the frozen treats that had been featured at the now-closed Vienna Ice Cafe.

But sweets aren't all the new location will offer. Savory offerings for breakfast, lunch and dinner will be served daily, including omelets, savory strudels and eight varieties of schnitzel, a distinctly Austrian specialty.

"We have to find a reason for people to stop in every part of the day," Anand says. "I'm hoping that this space is hopping all the time."

Loyal customers of the original Mozart's cafe at 2885 N. High can still stop in for a pastry or cup of coffee-Anand says it will remain open to serve south Clintonville patrons. "That is like my home," Saha says of his first shop. "You can't forget it."