Lobster bisque is divine! Crowded, small dining area is actually part of it's charm. Surrounded by neat shops as a bonus.
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The Bag of nails is an absolute must on my list every time i get back to Worthington. We stopped in after an OSU game and had the Fish, Shrimp and Scallop Platter. It was fantastic.
We both ordered the seafood platter and couldn't be happier. Everything was crispy and not soggy. The service was a bit slow and disappointing. The bartender was engaging and there were alot of locals which is usually a good thing.
Reliable comfort food in our hometown pub. Between 161 and South Street on the west side (where the old Worthington Hardware used to be). Bottomless fish and chips anytime truly a delight, but so good you're too full for more. Salads good and beer cold....More
We only moved to Worthington two months ago, but we've been to Old Bag of Nails every single week we've lived here. Obviously it is the current favorite, and for good reason! My wife and I are huge mussel fans, and these are the best...More
A very small friendly casual restaurant, Old Bag of Nails is a tradional American food pub in downtown Worthington. The fish and chips are legendary at the restaurant. The onion soup is outstanding and should be tried. A friendly wait staff serving you in a...More
We would eat here more often if there was better parking. The food is consistently good no matter what location we eat at. We love the vegetable kabobs. I always order the broiled fish.