Staff longevity, regulars make Coaches ‘feel like home’

Coaches owner Falynne Stover (left) and manager Veronica Campbell sit together inside the bar and restaurant Nov. 29. The family-owned establishment, at 230 Granville St. in Gahanna, has been in business since 1994.

Editor’s Note: This is the sixth in a series about iconic Gahanna businesses to be featured monthly.

Gahanna’s Coaches, 230 Granville St., has been a place to enjoy sporting events, live music, pizza and beer for 27 years.

The business originally was opened in 1994 on Creekside’s Mill Street by Rick Stover and was moved to its current location at a former bank in 2000, said Falynne Stover, who purchased it in 2014 with her husband, Ben Stover, Rick’s son.

“I started as a waitress in 2005,” she said. “Ben worked here as a cook and then a bartender. That’s how we met.”

The couple moved to the Cayman Islands for a year because that’s where she grew up.

Maria Flores

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