Tag Archives: Food – Feature

Authentic Sichuan Cuisine is closer than you think

Do you consider yourself a foodie? One of those people who’s down for trying anything? Put that sense of culinary adventure to the test at Chuan Cai Fang, an unassuming area restaurant that boasts truly authentic Chinese food. If you’re looking for egg rolls and General Tso’s this isn’t the place— but, if you’re looking

Dually’s Gastro Pub serves pub grub and thirst quenchers

Dually’s Gastro Pub is one of those overlooked places, stashed in industrialized north Toledo, but it’s worth a trip to sample the pub fare, sip on seasonal craft brews and meet some good, local folks. Rachel Lovette, owner of Dually’s, embraces an air of friendliness at the restaurant/pub that starts with her and extends to

2017 Beer Guide

*SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION* Hoppin’ to Please How local beer pros set the bar Crafts, drafts, bottle and cans,Toledo runs on beer. It’s the ultimate beverage— we celebrate with it, we drown our sorrows in it and we just can’t enjoy a ballgame without a cold one. It goes without saying that the local beer purveyors

Dining After Dark: Late Night Eats

While many may be asleep, some have an appetite to be satiated. If you’re looking to smash on some delicious grub until the break of dawn, Toledo’s got your back. Plenty of restaurants around town are open after hours to satisfy your late night hunger. Fricker’s 19 N St. Clair St 419-244-9464 Hours: 11am-2:30am Wings

10 under $10: Cheap Eats

If money is tight and your belly is grumbling, a drive around Toledo offers meals under $10. Whether you are looking for comfort food or something light and fresh, these restaurants have got it. From classic American fare to something outside the box, there are choices for everyone. Here’s where to look. Byblos Fine Lebanese

The Original Gino’s Pizza has the goods

The Original Gino’s Pizza flat out calls itself “the best pizza in town.” Bold words, but for those who have experienced a pie from one of this local companies’ six locations, you know they walk the walk. Open since 1955, Original Gino’s quickly had a fan in former UPS Manager Chuck Kreutz, who so loved