Every beer enthusiast knows that hops are essential for a tasty brew and Earnest Brew Works celebrates with their Hoptoberfest, starting Thursday, October 11. Their German beers of fall will also be on the list with traditional German Oktoberfest, Dunkel, Rauchbier and a nontraditional Kolsch. The party continues on Saturday, the 13th with the Masskrugstemmen,
A Toledo favorite, Japanese restaurant KotoBuki has unveiled a sleek new menu design and added to their already abundant menu selections. Menu items include Sgt. Peppers, a gourmet tempura fried jalapeno, stuffed with cream cheese, crab and spicy tuna, the Kotobuki Sashimi Salad with fresh fish arranged with spring mix lettuce and special dressing, Kimchi
The Toledo Animal Rescue Shelter invites the public to a night of international foods and wine. The event, TAR Annual Celebration of Wine & Food benefits this nonprofit shelter caring for our area’s homeless pets. Enjoy selected wines along with heavy hors d’oeuvres and a raffle. Mix and mingle for a good cause and, if
Yep, you read that right. Mon Ami Restaurant in Port Clinton is hosting The Great Grape Stomp, where participants will create delicious grape juice.
Wine enthusiasts and those looking for fun can travel to Put-in-Bay for the Island Wine Festival featuring foreign and domestic wine samplings, good food, winery tours and a silent auction benefiting the Lake Erie Islands Historical Society.
Every month Rasa boasts a Chef’s Table dinner focusing on something new. This month, enjoy the Plight of the Pinot Chef’s Table dinner, a five-course family-style menu prepared by Executive Chef Abraham Holmes (pictured above). Seating is limited to 12 people, so reserve your spot as soon as possible. $85/person.