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City editors in the suburbs: Worthington edition

Looking to spend a day in Worthington? We’ve got you covered. From coffee to candle making, here’s how to make the most of your day.


Worthington Candle Works is located at 646 High St. with a free parking lot out front. | Photo by CBUStoday

Hanna, here. I love how each suburb of Columbus has its own style and sense of community, which is why I’ll be heading to a different suburb every month and spending a day there.

Here’s my first edition: A day in Worthington.

I started off the day with some coffee from Kittie’s, then went to Worthington Candle Works, which just opened last month. I was able sniff from 100+ scents, then custom pour my own candle. I went with pistachio, whipped cream, and coconut as my final three scents + put it together in a pink vessel, which is just my style.

While my candle dried, I went to Joya’s for a breakfast sandwich, and it did not disappoint. The head chef Avishar Barua has been on the Food Network and was a James Beard Award semifinalist.

I finished a day with a stroll through the Worthington Historic District. Where to next? Help me decide.

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