Hear, I’m in no way an skilled in tamales, however I’ve to throw down and say I feel Patty’s Kitchen makes the most effective tamales in Columbus. We get them virtually each Saturday – all 12 months lengthy – on the Worthington Farmers Market.
Throughout the out of doors market (April-October), Patty’s sometimes has a tent on the southwest quadrant of the Worthington village inexperienced (on the north finish of the farmers market footprint).
Their menu sometimes options seven several types of tamales, each meat- and veggie-centric variations, together with a pair candy choices.
They usually promote different specials like guacamole and chips, too.
We’ve tasted just about all of their tamales and beloved all of them. My private choice is the pork or the poblano.
Our boys love the hen model particularly.
Usually the hardest determination is whether or not to eat the tamales proper there on the market or take them residence.
Patty’s Kitchen is a year-round vendor on the Worthington Farmers Market, showing with the same stand when the market strikes indoors to the Worthington mall November-March.
Patty’s Kitchen additionally has a storefront inside a liquor retailer behind the Sheetz on 161/Dublin-Granville Street, simply west of I-71. The storefront is pick-up solely, no dine-in, and so they’re obtainable Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.