Somehow, Sheetz has found enough time to open a sixth store here in the Columbus area AND bless us with a new menu item.
The latest spot opened today at 4279 Cemetery Rd., according to a release.
But on to the food: Seems Sheetz has launched the Bahama Mama Sausage, which the family-owned and operated restaurant and convenience chain has dubbed the “official food of Columbus.” The spicy German-style sausage is made from beef and pork and can be found at all 47 Ohio locations for $2.99. You can get it on a traditional hot dog, or go rogue with a pretzel bun with your choice of toppings and spreads.
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If you stop at the new location, you can also score some free coffee and soda, courtesy of the grand opening celebration.
Sheetz on July 20 opened the Delaware store at 1851 Columbus Pike. The fourth store opened July 7 at 1395 S. Court St. in Circleville. The first location opened in mid-April at 710 Sunbury Rd. in Delaware. Other open locations include 5238 Alum Creek Dr. in Obetz and 9905 Johnstown Rd. in New Albany.
Future locations include:
2700 Brice Rd., Reynoldsburg: Summer
6229 E. Dublin Granville Rd., New Albany: Fall
Blakestone Lane, Groveport: Fall
Stelzer Road, Columbus: Fall
Westland Mall, Columbus: Fall
North Meadows Boulevard, Columbus: Winter
Roberts Road, Columbus: Winter
Hilliard Rome Road East, Columbus: Winter
Cassady Avenue, Columbus: Winter
Lyra Drive, Polaris: 2022
State Route 752, South Bloomfield: 2022
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