The Baker’s Café
Want to treat your family to delicious homemade cookies without the work of making them yourself? The chocolate chip cookies at Bakers Café are baked from scratch every day! Bakers Café is a family owned and operated business that, from scratch, shares baked goods, salads, and sandwiches with downtown Findlay patrons.
105 E. Sandusky St.
419-422-7133 | “The Baker’s Café” on Facebook
August means football season is just around the corner. Shirley’s Buckeye popcorn is a customer favorite and pays homage to Ohio’s favorite college football team. The base for the Buckeye popcorn is Shirley’s classic “Carmel to Die for,” caramel popcorn topped with chocolate and peanut butter drizzle. Buckeye popcorn can be purchased in multiple sized containers, from individual servings to a 6 gallon tin.
1042 Interstate Ct
419-422-2676 | shirleyspopcorn.com
“Shirley’s Gourmet Popcorn – Findlay” on Facebook
Findlay Christian Book and Gift
Every Thursday until September Findlay Christian Book and Gift is hosting a FREE story time at 10:30am. Guest readers will read stories, show videos, or act out stories on a felt board. Findlay Christian Book and Gift will continue to host family friendly events throughout the year, including movie nights with free pizza and popcorn and Christmas events with themed crafts and snacks.
438 Tiffin Ave.
419-422-6116 | “Findlay Christian Book and Gift” on Facebook
Brinkman’s Country Corner
The deli case at Brinkman’s Country Corner is filled with unique and home-style salads, sandwiches, meat trays, and cheese balls. However the showstopper and bestseller of the deli counter is “Our Own Homemade Potato Salad” which uses Nancy Brinkman’s original family recipe. “It tastes like homemade, because it is homemade” explains Mark Wiechart, store manager. Customers have even been known to bring in their own bowls and Tupperware to pass the potato salad off as their own! It’s that good!
1800 E. Sandusky St.
419-422-3936 | brinkmanscountrycorner.com
“Brinkman’s Country Corner” on Facebook