DiBella’s Subs Coming to Worthington Development

The Rochester, New York based sandwich shop is opening a new location in the Worthington Gateway development.
The fast food chain is known for being “Home of the Whopper” and serves burgers, fries, chicken sandwiches and more.
The science based museum has filed a permit with the city to put in an ice cream bar.
John McGinnis, owner of McGinnis' Grill food truck, will bring a unique take on bar food along with some of his signature sandwiches to the brick and mortar Birdie's Grill.
The eatery is an all you can eat concept, where diners get a variety of ingredients delivered to their tables and the dishes are cooked on the spot at the table.
The bakery, called La Clasica de Oaxaca Bakery, will sell authentic Mexican breads.
The fast casual burger chain serves burgers, fries, cheese curds and frozen custard.
The Polaris location will see interior and exterior cosmetic improvements including new furniture, fixtures and merchandise bays.
Lion Cub’s Cookies is utilizing a crowdfunding campaign to open a location in Worthington.