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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.

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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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