Tag Archives: Food – Notes

Beef and beer at the The Pub at Paula Brown Shop

BBQ and beer pair brilliantly. Add in the chic ambiance and lively crowd atmosphere of The Pub at Paula Brown Shop, and you know you’re in for a good evening. A full evening that features live music from Old State Line, a tap takeover by Boulevard Brewing and BBQ from Mr. C’s food truck, circle

Toledo’s newest barbeque sauce company

If you want to amp up the flavor on anything that winds up in your mouth (no questions asked!), be sure to grab a bottle of sauce from Black Swamp Gourmet, the new barbeque sauce company in town. Available locally at Walt Churchill’s Market, Zavotski Custom Meats and Sautter’s Market, these sauces run the gamut

Fresh water cooking

Central American, Mexican, Caribbean and Mexican-American street vendors, bodegas and eateries offer agua fresca (Spanish for ‘fresh water’). This refreshing, non-alcoholic summer beverage has become a favorite Latin export in recent years. Prepare and sample several infusions, including hibiscus tea, horchata, mango, melon, watermelon and tamarind, during the Aguas Frescas Cultural Cooking Class at Nana’s

Drinking beer for dogs

Support your local dog park… by drinking beers. Earnest Brew Works is throwing an Unleash the Brews event, a fundraiser where proceeds from the evening’s sales go to the Glass City Dog Park. Ensure that pups get a green place to play, socialize and water the grass! Additionally, there will be raffles and events, including

Start High School hosts Spartanville Food Truck Festival

Consider starving yourself for a couple days beforehand, because when Start High School hosts the Spartanville Food Truck Festival, you’re gonna wanna come hungry. Food trucks in attendance will include Rusty’s Road Trip, Walle’s Rocket Bar, Nacho Danny, Serrant Concessions, Eric’s Ice Cream Factory, JoJo’s Chili Famous Dog, The Displaced Chef, Po Mo’s Ribs and

Original chef of Evans Street Station in Tecumseh returns home

Take a forty-minute drive from Toledo to Tecumseh, Michigan and visit Evans Street Station, a family-owned, gourmet, New American-cuisine restaurant that opened in the town’s old fire station in 2001. Now, the award-winning restaurant welcomes back their original chef, Kelly Johnson. A member of the family, Chef Kelly helped develop Evans Street’s culinary philosophy and commitment