Anonymous. “Stix Restaurant.” BGSU COVID-19 Stories. BGSU University Libraries, 20 July 2020, lib.bgsu.edu/COVID19stories/items/show/1074. Accessed 6 Aug. 2020.
|Description||Stix Restaurant in downtown Findlay, Ohio. Although this restaurant has a pre-pandemic patio, they have also set up seating on their front sidewalk. This is good, because not only do restaurants loose a fair bit of seeting when they limit themselves to or preferentialy seat guests outside, staggering seating to different areas helps social distance and limit exposure to COVID-19.|
The chefs here are very skilled, and have wonderful bibimbaps and mexican street corn. This location once housed the Revolver and Trands Am Meatballs, restaurants operated by the reknowned Chef Michael Bulkowski. Chef Bulkowski graced northwest Ohio with his cullinary skill after working at the four star Trio Restaurant in Evanston, Illinois (part of Chicagoland). Stix would later move here from 122 East Sandusky Street following the closure of Tansam meatballs. I have fond memories of the excelent people I've met, and the food I've ate at this location, and am glad to see it provide joy to others during the COVID-19 pandemic.
|Date||Thursday, July 16, 2020 - 12:01PM|
|Place||110 East Sandusky Street, Findlay, Ohio|
|Text||Additionally this restaurant is next to the Millstream Art Plaza, which can be seen in the left side of this photo. The park has a rather tragic backstory that lends itself to the namesake of the park, though it is rarely brought up. A fire killed three residents when the building that once stood there burned down, including Chris Kohli, a very talented artist. Thus the title of Art Plaza. I hope that by allowing for social distancing and eating outside, the park will bring continue to bring joy to people after that dark day in 2006.|
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