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BEST OF TOLEDO 2020 RESULTS – Drinks

New Bar WINNER: Toledo Spirits 1301 N Summit St., 419-662-9521. toledospirits.com Although Toledo Spirits has been creating delicious and innovative craft spirits since 2013, the opening of Bellwether cocktail bar grabbed Toledoans’ attention (and taste buds). Stay tuned for the impending opening of HEAVY Beer Co. located just downstairs from Bellwether. RUNNER UP: The Old

BEST OF TOLEDO 2020 RESULTS – Food

Diner WINNER: Schmucker’s 2103 N. Reynolds Rd., 419-535-9116. schmuckersrestaurant.com Your parents went to Schmucker’s. Your grandparents, too. There’s nothing fancy on the menu, instead Schmucker’s delivers a comfort-food hug. The diner has been filling Toledoans’ hearts (and stomachs) for over 70 years. Make sure to leave room for the pie. RUNNER UP: Mayberry Diner mayberrydiners.com Ethnic Grocery

BEST OF TOLEDO 2020 RESULTS – Professionals

Dermatologist WINNER: Bravia Dermatology 2000 Regency Ct., Ste. 201, 419-948-3376. braviaderm.com The staff at Bravia Dermatology have won numerous City Paper awards, including Best Dermatologist in 2018 and Best Doctor. Well, they won both accolades again this year. From cosmetic improvements to skin cancer prevention and management, Bravia is a respected stop for taking care

BEST OF TOLEDO 2020 RESULTS – Services/Places

Landscaper WINNER: Glass City Lawn and Landscape: Devon Schumaker P.O. Box 416, Sylvania. 419-460-2972. glasscitylawnandlandscape.com RUNNER UP: The Grass Guy Search “The Grass Guy” on Facebook Handyman WINNER: BMJ Enterprises (Blair Johnson) P.O. Box 153, 419-777-4265. bmj419.com RUNNER UP: Austin Burdue Search “AB Perfectionist Painting” on Facebook Home Builder/Remodeling WINNER: Redfox Custom Homes 12158 Jefferson

BEST OF TOLEDO 2020 RESULTS – Stores & Shops

Thrift/Resale Store WINNER: Habitat for Humanity ReStore 1310 Conant St., Maumee. 419-382-1658. mvhabitat.org Want to declutter your life and feel good doing it? Toledoans clearly love stopping by Maumee Valley ReStore to donate their unwanted furniture and home items. Restoring the wares and then selling them at a deep discount, the process helps the environment