Columbus, OH Edition: North Market (Part 2)

By Candace Nelson - 8:48 PM

American Nut

North Market is one of my favorite places to visit in Columbus. Not only do I love markets in general, but this one does it right. There are tons of different stalls, all offering something unique. So, here's a quick look at some stops I didn't hit during my first trip.

American Nut

American Nut Company has all kinds of popcorn flavors - from jelly bean to dill pickle. I took some parmesan home with me.

Huberts Polish Kitchen

Oh my gosh, Hubert's Polish Kitchen! 

Huberts Polish Kitchen

I have very little to no experience with Polish food, so this one was really exciting for me.

Huberts Polish Kitchen

I went for a whole plate with a very dense pierogi, this giant fried ball of sauerkraut and sausage, and some flatbread. So good and hearty.

Huberts Polish Kitchen

Then, I had to go walk some of it off.

Huberts Polish Kitchen

We came upon Destination Donut. 

Destination Donuts

SO many good-looking donuts. 

Destination Donuts

I loved the fruitier ones - like shortbread streusel with lemon curd and, the one I ordered, lemon blueberry.

Destination Donuts

Look at that guy! Big, light, and very summery sweet.

Omega artisan bakery

Omega Artisan Baking was up next because they had -- wait for it -- a pepperoni roll! 

Omega artisan bakery

It had all the right pieces, but was a bit more bready than I prefer. I like the perfect balance of pepperoni rolled with cheese and dough. When there's bread, and an air pocket and a mound of pepperoni, it doesn't get that delicious blend. 

Omega artisan bakery

They have plenty of other options - all of which looked delicious.

Omega artisan bakery

Finally, I completed my gastronomic tour with a stop at Block's Bagels, which was new to the market. 

Bagels - north market

It was a no-brainer. I needed that lox bagel. This one had added tomato, which is good, too. Mmmmm so good. 

Bagels - north market

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