In case you missed the latest information, the homeowners of Kittie’s Muffins in German Village and Bexley have bought Highline Espresso in Previous Worthington!
Count on some modifications and updates sooner or later, however for now Kittie’s Highline, because it’s being known as, continues being the comfortable nook house within the historic district. The again room continues to be occupied by Shift Studios, and a number of the wall house continues to be devoted to the Highline Artwork Area that includes native artists.
The largest change is a brand new unfold of Kittie’s pastries, featured entrance and middle on the counter.
This consists of every little thing from cupcakes to scones to cinnamon rolls to garlic buns to biscuits with jam in them.
You’ll typically spy new homeowners Steve and Diane Herman behind the counter.
In the intervening time Kittie’s continues serving One Line Espresso, which Highline proudly featured, though Kittie’s makes use of Portland-based Stumptown Espresso Roasters.
We’ve beloved Highline and we’re excited to have Kittie’s within the neighborhood, and we’re curious to see how they develop on its success.
693 Excessive St.
Worthington, OH 43085
Learn extra about Highline Espresso Co. (or spy its tiny authentic model earlier than the enlargement) and get to know Kittie’s Muffins in German Village and Kittie’s Cafe in Bexley.