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Best Supermarkets in Columbus


The best supermarkets provide a wide range of products and services. This could include a deli, bakery, or other food outlets.

Professor Richard Klein from Cleveland State University Business and Urban Studies believes grocery stores are essential for people to afford nutritious food and serve as an important community hub.

Polaris Town Center

Polaris Town Center is a significant hub in Columbus’ fastest-growing submarkets. Situated across from Polaris Fashion Mall, this 730,131-square-foot retail property houses national and local tenants.

Polaris Town Center is a bustling shopping and dining destination that boasts some of the area’s best restaurants and chain stores. Whether searching for stylish new clothing or home furnishings, Polaris Town Center has everything you need.

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Tanger Outlet

Tanger Outlet is a retail haven offering incredible brand-name and designer product deals. Located just north of Columbus near Sunbury, it boasts numerous stores such as Coach, Adidas, Gap Outlet, Banana Republic Factory, Disney Outlet Store, Kate Spade New York Store, and more – all offering amazing discounts!

Tanger Outlets also boasts an array of great food choices, like Auntie Anne’s, Rise Pies Handcrafted Pizza, and Starbucks. Plus, they host special events and deals throughout the year to make your visit even more enjoyable.

Recently, the center has added more shopping options and is working on opening a brewery – something Audrey Vrancken, its marketing director, hopes will happen soon.

Easton Shopping District

Easton Shopping District in Columbus is an excellent destination for shopping and dining. It boasts both national and local stores as well as restaurants.

Easton’s premier shopping and entertainment complex features over 300 stores, 50 dining establishments, and numerous entertainment options for tourists and locals alike. It has become a top destination for both visitors and residents alike.

Easton Town Center boasts more than 20 million annual visitors and continues to impress. The center has earned numerous awards and is fast becoming a must-stop for shoppers.

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Easton, Columbus’ premier shopping destination with 1.9 million square feet of retail space and 250 world-class retailers, is a must-visit for tourists and locals alike. It has earned numerous national and local awards and is a favorite among both.

Findlay Market

Findlay Market, situated in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood of Ohio, is one of Ohio’s oldest continuously operating public markets. Each year it welcomes over one million visitors and continues to be a hub for farm fresh, locally sourced, artisanal, and specialty foods.

The main market building is home to 24 indoor merchants and an increasing number of outside vendors who sell meat, fish, poultry, produce, flowers, cheese, deli items, ethnic foods, and take-out food. On weekends there is also a bustling outdoor farmers’ market and numerous street performers.

But what truly sets the market apart is its people. From adventurous eaters who browse the meats, seafood, and spices to entrepreneurs running artisan producers on the counters – it’s these unsung heroes behind the scenes who create such an inviting sense of community.