Drinking the water these days seems like a dangerous proposition, better stick to liquor. And when it comes to Toledo liquor, there are no better experts than this collection of bartenders, booze hounds and retailers. So pull up a stool and dip into the bar peanuts, while these whistle wetters spill their secrets. On second
*SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION* Sun-worshippers, rejoice! It’s patio season. You can now enjoy all the comforts of the outdoors without any of the annoying stuff that comes from actually being outdoors— like deer ticks. But not all patios are built for all people. Dog-owners want something that allows them to bring their four-legged friends along, smokers
Toledo has a rich cultural background that spans a wide range of ethnicities, but on May 5 each year, it’s all about recognizing our Mexican populace. Commemorating Mexico’s liberation from France in the year 1862, Cinco de Mayo stands as a proud accomplishment that echos throughout history… and it’s one hell of a party. Find
What does it take to stand out as a chef in a city saturated with restaurants? If you’re a culinary maverick, getting noticed comes naturally. these Toledo chefs balance competition with collaboration. Rivals? Maybe. Adversaries? Not. Local chefs are allies, collaborating to keep Toledo’s culinary industry cooking. [Special Advertising Section] Steven Auxter The Oliver House
Chelsea Fisher Age: 24 Occupation: Sales Associate at Hafner Florist and Unit Secretary at Flower Hospital Three words to describe your partner: Dedicated, loving and caring. What was your first impression of your partner? This guy likes to have fun. Did you imagine your wedding day as a little girl? Was it like that?
Warm weather might be late, but neighborhood ice cream stands have all opened on schedule. Who cares if the temperature is low? It’s officially spring and we’re ready to get our fill of cup and cone. Whether you want a pint of one of Rachel’s Handmade Ice Cream’s small-batch, high-quality flavors, or a giant cone of soft serve that’s practically priced at a penny per