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Aladdin’s to Open at The Shops at Worthington Place

Ayana Wilson Ayana Wilson Aladdin’s to Open at The Shops at Worthington PlaceTabouli - Photo via Aladdin's Eatery.
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For healthy, all-natural food that’s also delicious and convenient, folks have been flocking to Aladdin’s for years. The eatery features a primarily Lebanese-inspired menu filled with pitas, salads, signature desserts, and fresh squeezed juices.

There are currently four Aladdin’s locations in Central Ohio: in Clintonville, at 2391 North High Street, in Grandview, at 1423 Grandview Avenue, in Bexley, at 2400 East Main Street, and in Dublin, at 6804 Perimeter Loop.

This Fall, the Lakewood-based restaurant will open a fifth branch of their popular chain in our city, this time in the Shops at Worthington Place, located at 7227 North High Street. The 2,500 sqft shop will have an entrance inside the mall, as well as a large patio out front.

“Worthington just made sense as a great place to bring our restaurant and our healthy, fresh-made food,” shares George Tanchevski, owner of all five Aladdin’s franchises in Central Ohio. “We are always looking to expand the Aladdin’s brand while maintaining our high standards and philosophies.”

Aladdin’s will be the seventh restaurant to join the revitalized shopping center, which already boasts a Piada Italian Street Food, First Watch, China Way, and the area’s first Pies & Pints.

The restaurant, set to open this Fall, will carry the same menu as its neighboring locations, which means Sultan’s Shawarma Pitza, Chicken Mishwi Salad, Fatayer, and Spicy Kafta Rolled, among other delectable offerings, for everyone.

Aladdin’s Eatery will be open daily from 11am – 10pm for dine-in or carry-out. This branch will serve beer and wine, as do all the other stores, and will feature state minimum wine bottles every Tuesday night.

For more on Aladdin’s locations, and for a longer look at the menu, visit www.aladdinseatery.com.

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