Tag Archives: Food – Review

Mancy’s Redux

A longstanding Toledo icon, Mancy’s Ideal, has a renovated look with emphasis on their roots, by reopening the doors (of the former Revolution Grill), inviting the hungry and curious to come and experience the tradition that started in 1921. The Ideal, the Mancy restaurant posse’s/ kabal’s/ gang’s/ family’s fifth location, is a throwback to the

Tecumseh’s Boulevard Market Crafts Michigan’s First Dry-Cured Fermented Salami

Producing cheese and bean-to-bar chocolate in house, Boulevard Market’s curated variety of wine and fine deli meats renders it a gourmand’s oasis in otherwise unassuming Tecumseh, Michigan, this time with new house-brand Black Pig Salami Co. Channeling their drive to improve the fine food collective’s approachability for everyday people, Boulevard Market founders Erika and John

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

The Best Local Wurst

The Competitors We’ve just entered peak bratwurst season. As summer slides into Labor Day and fall football rises like a phoenix from the ashes of so many tailgating grills, sausage becomes the focal point of many red, white and blue barbecue traditions. Toledo’s full of grill jockeys who take their meat sports seriously. So where