Our visit confirmed Wilson’s reputation as a local institution. From burgers to desserts, the food was satisfying with authentic flavor. The classic, unpretentious diner atmosphere feels like a step back to a time when ingredients were fresh and reputations were built on delicious food. As a Findlay native, Wilson’s will always have a place in my heart, and it’s a joy to see this Findlay institution live up to the title.
While Findlay has no shortage of Mexican restaurants, off the beaten path up on North Main is La Charrita. Over the years, we’ve dined there many times, most recently on a Monday evening.
How do you celebrate Mother’s Day and what does it mean to you? We asked some local mothers and grandmothers to share their thoughts on motherhood.
Last fall, Findlay’s long-established Blanchard St. Pizza Hut shut its doors and a Bowling Green favorite headed south to take the space. Campus Polleyes in Bowling Green enjoys a cult-like following of locals and BG students alike.
Enjoying Spring is one big perk of living in northwest Ohio. After the long, dark winter, our corner of the world suddenly transforms from gray tones into bloom-filled beauty. It’s enough to inspire those with even the brownest thumb to give gardening a shot. Two Findlay organizations that offer community gardens and give residents the