The Original Goodie Shop – Breakfast With Nick



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The Original Goodie Shop | Facebook | IG: @tremontgoodieshop
2116 Tremont Center (map it!)
Upper Arlington, OH 43221
(614) 488-8777

Open Mon-Thurs, 7a-6p; Fri, 7a-7p; Sat, 7a-5p

Even having lived in Columbus for nearly 20 years, I’m glad that there are still new-to-us things to discover. Oftentimes this means finally connecting with some of the institutions of Columbus dining. Or in this case: donuts.

While on assignment for the Dispatch, the boys and I found ourselves close by The Original Goodie Shop, also known as the Tremont Goodie Shop because of its location in the heart of Upper Arlington’s Tremont Center.

The Goodie Shop really is a hidden gem, tucked slightly off the main path in the center of the stone-walled shopping center.

But oh, what a find. You’ll know you’re in the right place once you walk in the door. The delightful smell of fresh donuts crafted in an old school…

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