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Popular farmers market tamale chef opens brick and mortar carryout spot in North Columbus

Popular farmers market tamale chef opens brick and mortar carryout spot in North Columbus

Jack McLaughlin

Diners in the North Columbus and Worthington areas have a new option available for a authentic Mexican cuisine. That’s because Patty’s Kitchen is now officially open for business.

A standout vendor of tamales and other southern Mexican comfort food at several Columbus-area farmers markets, owner Patty Ortiz Sanchez opened the new spot in mid-October, an employee confirmed.

The concept’s first Brick and Mortar storefront, which is carryout only, is located at 5900 N. Meadows on the far North Side of Columbus. The restaurant shares a building with Meadows Drive Thru.

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Patty’s Kitchen was formerly known as Columba’s Mexican Food before rebranding this fall.

With both frozen and made-to-order Yucatán style tamales available, Patty’s Kitchen also offers a variety of other authentic Mexican dishes.

Tamales from Patty’s Kitchen are also regularly available at the Bexley, Clintonville, Upper Arlington and Worthington farmers markets. 

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