Urban Meyer’s steak and seafood restaurant near Columbus, Ohio has been sold and is in the process of being re-branded.

The restaurant, Urban Chophouse is being sold, according to Ben Koo with The Comeback. The signage and menu will undergo a change in the coming weeks, along with changes at GM and the Executive Chef.

CJ Amadi, director of concierge for One Hospitality, confirmed the sale to The Columbus Dispatch, and said the private investment group had “local roots” and in partnership with the group, One Hospitality would “continue to make sure Chophouse remains the premiere dining and entertainment spot in Greater Columbus.”

Amadi noted the venue would continue to operate with the same steakhouse concept, but under “Chophouse 614” branding. Representatives for Meyer declined to comment.

As of Friday morning, the “Urban” branding was still apparent at the restaurant, including a cardboard cutout of the former Ohio State football coach outside the front door. Meyer has been mired by controversy, especially after taking on the role of the Jacksonville Jaguars head coach. He was fired from that job late last year.