As part of the transitioning of downtown Columbus into a thriving retail center with a neighborhood feel, The Hills Market, a locally owned, full-service grocer founded in 1993, in Worthington, has opened a second location at 95 North Grant Avenue. The market has transformed the 12,000-square foot space of former car repair shop Wilson’s Auto Service, and provides the same options as their Worthington store: a bakery, butcher shop, deli, salad bar, seafood and sushi counter, dairy and frozen food sections and a standard assortment of dry goods.
The all-inclusive market features such local specialties as Snowville Creamery yogurt, Luna Burger frozen veggie burgers and a coffee bar exclusively serving java from Silver Bridge Coffee Co., in Gallipolis. The store also offers a large selection of wine and beer and numerous organic food options.
Shoppers can enjoy grab-and-go sandwiches and hot dishes, a salad and soup bar and sushi, and can eat in dining areas inside and outside the store. Catering, curbside grocery pick-up and delivery services are available, and the store will also offer private cooking classes and wine tastings.
For more information, visit TheHillsMarket.com.