If you regularly drive or walk around downtown, you may have noticed some changes in the 100 blocks of West and East Sandusky Street.
At the beginning of February, Circle of Friends made the move from E. Sandusky to 125 W. Sandusky – the space formerly occupied by Greens & Things. Circle of Friends, owned by Dolly Pettry, specializes in Middle Eastern and Southeast Asian cuisine. Regular business resumed right after the move was complete. The Greens & Things recipe book was passed along to Circle of Friends, so there is a chance Greens & Things items will occasionally be featured.
Greens & Things opened in November 2017 as a restaurant serving soups and salads using locally-sourced produce and meats. Owner, Silas Larsen, will now be focusing on the farming side, providing the area with high quality reasonable-priced produce. His greenhouses and land near Fostoria will be used to grow non-GMO produce and meats to supply to Hancock County.
Larsen and business partner, John Hart, are starting a new venture – Hancock Greens, LLC., which looks forward to integrating into the local community. Groundwork is being laid for the farm to provide healthy goods to local businesses. The first produce should be coming from the farm by April. The greenhouses will be able to produce year-round.
Social Findlay wishes both businesses well in their new adventures!

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