Craving a little heat to warm up a cold, rainy Friday, we made the short trip from downtown Toledo to Northwood to visit the area’s newest fast-casual Asian fusion restaurant, What the Fried Rice, more casually known as WTF-R. The reward for the ten minute drive was healthy food and fast service. Keeping it fresh
When we want to know what to eat, where to drink, and how to celebrate, we ask our readers. Who else would know the best bar in downtown Toledo, the coolest new restaurant, or the hippest place to be seen? Read on to see who TCP readers voted for during this year’s dining guide awards.
For 23 years, ToledoGROWS has been serving our community by teaching people how to grow their own produce while helping to beautify our neighborhoods. In celebration, they will host a Harvest Market Dinner, showcasing fresh, sustainably-grown local foods with a craft beer tasting, including more than 20 area chefs and brewers. Money raised at this
The American Heart Association, Northwest Ohio Chapter, is hosting a Farm To Table event to promote the economic and health benefits of buying local and eating fresh.
We were greeted warmly with what we understand is the “Bulgarian way” by Ricky, a BGSU student who was enthusiastic, knowledgeable, outspoken and helpful. The music that flooded the room had a Greek influence, an active, upbeat tempo with a 1/2 beat.
It’s the perfect time to take a stroll through downtown during lunch hour to fill hungry stomachs to discover Hotbox Bistro, a Cajun-style eatery owned by Toledoan Keitha Sheares, which opened in January on Erie Street near Adams.