Founded by settlers from New England in 1803 (even prior to the establishment of the City of Columbus) Worthington boasts, among many other culinary gems, the largest farmer’s market in Central Ohio. As such, the history and charm of Old Worthington is perhaps matched only by the independent spirit of its many noteworthy restaurants and food purveyors.
Our tour will immerse you in the ambience and history of Worthington’s Historic District while providing plenty of opportunities to sample from the many fine eating establishments and food providers that call it home. Food and beverage stops include artisan purveyors at the farmer’s market, House Wine, La Chatelaine, Sassafras Bakery, and The Whitney House. There will also be a short bonus stop to take a peek behind the scenes at Igloo Letterpress.
The tour starts at 11:30am on Saturdays and lasts approximately 3.25 hours. This tour runs May-October.
We will be walking approximately half a mile during the tour. As with all our walking tours, this tour runs rain or shine – please dress appropriately for the weather. We may be able to accommodate dietary restrictions with advance notice, please include a note upon booking or call to discuss.
This culinary tour is priced at $58. It includes tastings at 6 stops and an experienced guide with a wealth of local culinary and historic knowledge. While it happens infrequently, specific stops are subject to change.