2019 Patio Guide

. May 21, 2019.
Ciao!

Raise your spirits and enjoy some fresh air while visiting one of the city’s best patios.

Georgjz419 Fun Food & Spirits

1205 Adams St.
419-842-4477 | facebook.com/GeorgjzToledo

Georgjz419 Fun Food & Spirits

Dance all night long at this friendly, inclusive Uptown hotspot.

Patio season: May through October.

Happy hour: Specials every day of the week.

Monday: $3 Angry Orchard and Smirnoff. $6 cheese pizza. $8 pepperoni pizza.
Tuesday: $3 Corona, Tito’s, and margaritas. $2 Miller Lite. $1 Tacos.
Wednesday: $3.50 Redd’s Apple Ale. $3 Jameson. $2 Bud Light.
Thursday: $5 Long Islands. $2 Miller Lite. $5 off specialty pizzas.
Friday: $3 Fireball. $2 Coors. Saturday: $2 16oz. PBR. $3 Dewar’s.
Sunday: $5 Mimosa and Bloody Mary. Well drinks: $1 from 2-3pm, $2 from 3-4pm, and $3.50 from 4pm to close.

Must-try dish: Bruschetta.

Peak hours: 4pm to close.

Size/capacity: 50.

Sun factor: Partial shade.

Orientation: Patio faces south.

Type of seating: Tables and chairs.

Live music and/or special events: Yes, both. Varies daily.

Reservations: Only for parties.

Table service: Yes.

Brunch: No.

Dogs: Yes.

Kid-friendly: Yes, until 9pm.

Ye Olde Durty Bird

2 S. St. Clair St.
419-243-2473 | yeoldedurtybird.com

Ye Olde Durty Bird

In the heart of the warehouse district, close to Fifth Third Field, this popular patio offers good food, great drinks, and a beautiful full view of downtown’s sunset.

Patio hours: Open during normal business hours, weather permitting. 11am-10pm, Monday. 11am-11pm, Tuesday-Thursday. 11am-midnight, Friday-Saturday. 11am-10pm, Sunday.

Patio season: Approximately April through October, weather permitting.

Happy hour: Happy Hour is 4-7pm, Monday-Friday, with $0.75 off all drafts and $1.00 off our frozen drinks.

Must-try drink: Miami Vice.

Must-try dish: Durty Burger with a side of smoked gouda mac and cheese.

Peak hours: 11am-2pm and 5-9pm.

Size/capacity: Approximately 60 seats.

Sun factor: Full sun with umbrellas.

Orientation: Patio faces south.

Type of seating: Tables and chairs.

Live music and/or special events: Occasionally, weather permitting. Live music inside most nights of the week.

Reservations: For inside seating only, depending on downtown events. Patio seating is first come first serve.

Table service: Yes.

Brunch: Yes. Brunch sandwiches and bloody mary bar every Sunday from 11am-3pm.

Dogs: Yes, as long as they are pet and people friendly, water bowls are provided.

Kid-friendly: Yes.

Mancy’s Bluewater Grille

461 W. Dussel Dr., Maumee
419-724-2583 | mancys.com/bluewater

Mancy’s Bluewater Grille

A special bar and a patio menu are served all day at this a secluded, quiet spot covered by a beautiful, shady awning.

Patio hours: 11am-10pm, Monday-Thursday. 11am-11pm, Friday. 4-11pm, Saturday. 4-9pm, Sunday. Weather permitting.

Patio season: Now through late September, depending on the weather.

Happy hour: We have an extensive wine and bourbon collection as well as a handcrafted cocktail list, come see what is new!

Peak hours: 5:30-7:30pm.

Size/capacity: 45 people.

Sun factor: The patio is covered with an awning to shade guests from the sun.

Orientation: The patio faces west.

Type of seating: A lounge area on the patio as well as dining tables and chairs.

Live music and/or special events: Yes, music events are hosted on the patio, as well as oyster, beer and wine events.

Reservations: Yes, guests can go to mancys.com to schedule reservations online, they can also call the restaurant to make reservations over the phone at 419-724-2583.

Table service: Yes, the full menu and table service are available on the patio.

Brunch: The lunch menu is available 11am-4pm, Monday-Friday, and the dinner menu is always available.

Dogs: Service dogs only.

Kid-friendly: Yes, with a high-value children’s menu featuring seafood and steak options for children.

Zia’s

20 Main St.
1-888-456-DINE | ziasrestaurant.com

Zia's

Set sail by the Maumee River as you watch passing boats and enjoy sunset views of the downtown skyline on a rustic patio.

Patio hours: Regular business hours (weather permitting): 5-9pm, Monday-Thursday. 5-10pm, Friday. 4-10pm, Saturday. 4-9pm, Sunday.

Patio season: Open as long as weather permits.

Happy hour/specials: Not available on the patio.

Must-try drink: Specialty cocktail menu.

Must-try food: Summer bruschetta menu and pizza menu.

Peak hours: 6-9pm.

Capacity: 70 people.

Sun factor: Full sun.

Orientation: Patio faces northwest.

Type of seating: Tables and chairs.

Live music and/or special events: No, but you can hear Promedica Concerts across the river.

Reservations: Not on the patio.

Table service: Yes.

Brunch: No.

Dogs: Yes.

Kid-friendly: Yes.

Rosie’s Italian Grill

606 N McCord Rd.
419-866-5007 | rosiesitaliangrille.com

Rosie's Italian Grill

Voted the best patio in Toledo, Rosie’s decks it out with beautiful tropical flowers and trees— including fig trees that you can pick fruit off of.

Patio Hours: The same as regular hours: 1:30am-9pm, Sunday-Thursday. 11:30am-10:30pm, Friday-Saturday.

Patio season: Mother’s Day through on Labour Day, depending on the weather.

Happy hours/specials: Happy Hour is every day at the bar and high top tables from 3-6 pm. Also, every Wednesday, Rosie’s offers discounted wine for Wino Wednesday. All bottles of wine $28 and under are $5 off and all bottles $29 and up are $10 off.

Must-try drink: Guests MUST try the Red or White Sangria and the Rosé Cooler with Rosé cocktail, made with raspberry vodka, grapefruit juice, and soda. Plus, they have new craft and draft beer with a variety of different offerings, from local brews to imported beers.

Must-try dish: The Fresh Catch Fish prepared California style with grilled fish, fresh tomato salsa, avocado, asiago cheese, and finished with our key-lime butter. The Mango, Avocado, and Shrimp salad with crisp mixed greens, mango, avocado, grilled shrimp, sweet Vidalia onions, toasted sesame seeds, balsamic glaze, and seasoned olive oil. Or, the Shrimp and Lobster Pasta with shrimp, lobster, tossed with Linguini noodles, and a zesty cream sauce.

Peak hours: Lunch from noon-2pm, and dinner from 5-7pm.

Size/capacity: The back patio seats around 65 – 70 people during summer and our front side patio seats about 35-40 people. In the winter, Rosie’s has an enclosed patio in the back that seats about 50.

Sun factor: Both patios offer shaded and unshaded seating. Most seats offer an umbrella that we can use to shade the guest or not.
Orientation: The back patio faces north. The front patio faces (mostly) west and (partially) south.

Type of seating: The back patio seating is all table and chair seating. While the front (side) patio offers (mostly) table and chair seating. But the front patio does have some lounge-type patio seating, like couches and chairs.

Live music and/or special events: Live music on the front patio from 6-9pm every Tuesday-Saturday nights.

Reservations: Yes, by phone or on Yelp!

Table service: Yes, all of our patio tables and seating are always serviced by either our bartenders or wait staff.

Brunch: Yes, starting right after Memorial Day. Every Sunday, Rosie’s will open at 11 am and, in addition to the regular lunch menu, they will service Brunch Features with around three items, plus mimosas and bloody marys. They will sell guests the bottle of champagne and give them a carafe of either orange juice or cranberry juice to go with it, or they can order them by the glass!

Dogs: Unfortunately, we do not allow dogs on our patios.

Kid-friendly: Yes, Rosie’s is a family restaurant!

Everyone is welcome at Rosie’s!

Barr’s Public House

3355 Briarfield Blvd. Ste. C.
419-866-8466 | barrspublichouse.com

Barr’s Public House

It’s beautiful and quaint (like the inside of the business), with a cool mural painted on the back of the building and a view of the pond.

Patio hours: 11:30am-10pm, Monday. 11:30am-11pm, Tuesday-Wednesday. 11:30am-midnight, Thursday-Friday. 4pm-midnight, Saturday. Closed on Sunday, but available for private parties.

Patio season: As long as it’s nice enough to sit outside, probably until October.

Happy hour: Happy Hour is from 4-6pm, Monday-Saturday.

Must-try specials: On Monday, try $5 Signature Baked & Grilled Wings. On Tuesday, Business Class Lunch offers $1 off all lunch items. On Wednesday, $10 off select bottles of wine. Thursday is Ladies Night, with drink and food specials.

Peak hours: Dinner time.

Size/capacity: Six tables can seat 26 people.

Sun factor: Partial shade

Orientation: Patio faces southeast.

Seating: Hightop tables with chairs and a bench.

Live music and/or special events: None on the patio, but Wine Tastings in June and July, weather permitting.

Reservations: Not on the patio.

Table service: Yes.

Brunch: Not yet 🙂

Dogs: They love dogs, but space is not conducive for our fur babies and humans.

Kid-friendly: Yes.

The Chop House Toledo

300 N. Summit St.
419-720-4335 | toledochophouse.com

The Chop House Toledo

Sleak fine dining, award-winning steaks and sweeping views of Promenade Park make this patio a premium option for dinner and drinks.

Patio hours: 4-10pm, Monday-Thursday. 5-11pm, Friday-Saturday. 5-9pm, Sunday.

How long is the patio season? Memorial Day through Labor Day.

Happy hour: Not available on the patio.

Must-try dish: Lollipop lamb chops and the crab and lobster cakes.

Peak hours: 5-8pm.

Size/capacity: 30-40 people.

Sun factor: Partial shade.

Orientation: Patio faces south.

Seating: Tables and chairs.

Live music and/or special events: Promenade Park Concert Series.

Reservations: Yes.

Table service: Yes.

Brunch: No.

Dogs: No.

Kid-friendly: Yes.

La Fiesta

1406 Reynolds Rd., Maumee
419-466-3409 | Lafiestarestaurante.com

La Fiesta

Enjoy some fun in the sun— plus a marg or two— at this bright and cheery patio.

Patio Hours: 11am-10pm, Monday-Thursday. 11am-11pm, Friday-Saturday. 11am-9pm, Sunday.

How long is the patio season? The patio will be open as long as it is hot outside.

Happy hour: 1-5pm, Monday-Thursday, with half-off dips, bottles beer and margaritas.

Must-try dish: Pollo Cozumel.

Must-try drink: Premium margarita.

Peak hours: 5-8pm

Size/capacity: 40 people.

Sun factor: Partial shade.

Orientation: Patio faces south.

Type of seating: Tables and chairs.

Live music and/or special events? Yes.

Reservations: Yes.

Table service: Yes.

Brunch: No.

Dogs: No.

Kid-friendly: Yes.

The Stubborn Brother Pizza Bar

3115 W. Bancroft St.
419-720-1818 | Stubbornbrother.com

The Stubborn Brother Pizza Bar

Great New York-style pizza, a large and breezy patio— right off of UT Campus.

Patio hours: Open during regular hours: 11am-midnight, Sunday-Wednesday and 11am-1am, Thursday-Saturday.

Patio season: All nice days in Toledo.

Happy hour: Happy hour is from 3-7pm, Monday-Friday, with $1.00 of all bar drinks. $2 late night slice EVERY night after 10pm.

Must-try drink: Great Stubborn libations— Rocket Fuel, Stubborn Rita, Skip N’ Go Naked, T-Town Mule, Toledo Sunrise, Manhattan and Ladyhattan— plus 12 GREAT beer choices on tap for the summer.

Must-try dish: The pizza (duh!) and the sausage.

Peak hours: Always peak hours here!

Size/capacity: Approximately 50.

Sun factor: Partial shade.

Orientation: The patio is tucked in the back of the building, facing south.

Type of seating: Treated wood-topped tables.

Live music and/or special events: Tuesday Trivia Night, Wednesday Acoustic Night. Two Saturday nights a month throughout the summer we have Live Music

Reservations: Only for parties of 10 people or more

Table service: Yes.

Brunch: The restaurant opens every day at 11am and has daily lunch specials from 11am-4pm.

Dogs: Yes.

Kid-friendly: Yes.

Ciao!

6064 Monroe St., Sylvania Ohio, 43560.
419-882-6014 | Ciaorestaurant.com

Ciao!

Take a short trip to Tuscany in a semi-enclosed patio with hanging vines, planets of fresh herbs and flowers.

Patio hours: 5-10pm, Monday-Thursday. 5-11pm, Friday. 4-11pm, Saturday. 4-9pm, Sunday.

Patio season: May through September, or longer, weather permitting.

Happy hour: Available at the inside and outside bar, patio tables are not included. Open-9pm, Sunday-Thursday. 5-6:30pm, Friday. 4-6:30pm, Saturday.

Must-try drink: Patio punch and Sangria.

Must-try food: The new Bruschetta menu is perfect for summer. They also highly recommend specialty salads with salmon, shrimp, and scallops.

Peak hours: 6pm to close.

Size /capacity: Six tops largest tables and capacity is 46. Six bar stools at the outside bar.

Sun factor: Mostly shaded, but the east and west end of the patio are not shaded.

Orientation: Patio faces south.

Type of seating: Tables and six bar stools.

Live music and/or special events: Ciao! does special events a couple of times a year. Scotch dinner in September, Herb Garden Cooking demo on June 10th, plus private luncheons. Music nights are held every Monday and Tuesday from 6-9pm in the lounge or on the patio.

Reservations: Not on the patio. It is first come, first serve.

Table service: Yes.

Brunch: No.

Dogs: No.

Kid-friendly: Yes.

Charlie’s Restaurant

1631 Toll Gate Dr., Maumee
419-794-7870 | Charliestoledo.com

Charlie’s Restaurant

Enjoy Greek fare with beer and wine in a casual, family-friendly environment.

Patio hours: 7am-9pm, daily.

Patio season: May through October.

Must-try drink: Ask your server for the beer or wine of the month.

Must-try dish: Saganaki and/or a round of Greek Fries (topped with feta cheese and oregano) for the table to share.

Peak hours: 11am-2pm and 4-9pm.

Size/capacity: 50.

Sun factor: Partial shade with umbrellas.

Orientation: Patio faces south.

Type of seating: Tables and chairs.

Live music and/or special events: Yes, “Gyros and Guitars” in June.

Reservations: No.

Table service: Yes.

Brunch: Yes.

Dogs: Yes.

Kid-friendly: Yes.

Home Slice Pizza

28 S. St. Clair St.
419-724-PIES | Homeslice419.com

Home Slice Pizza

Two patios, inexpensive pizza, fantastic beers, and a casual environment make Home Slice a hometown favorite.

Patio hours: Regular business hours. 11am-11pm, Monday-Wednesday. 11am-midnight, Thursday. 11am-2am, Friday. 1pm-2am. Saturday. 1-11pm, Sunday.

Patio season: April through November, but we are partially heated and covered year round.

Happy hour: Happy Hour: 4-6pm.

Must-try drink: Strawberry Smash drink.

Must-try dish: Simons white pizza or potato pizza.

Peak hours: 5pm-1am.

Size/capacity: The upper patio seats 40, and the lower patio seats 30.

Sun factor: Partial shade.

Orientation: The second-floor patio is north facing.

Type of seating: High tables and low tables.

Live music and/or special events: Live music.

Reservations: No.

Table service: Yes, on the upper patio, but not on the lower patio.

Brunch: No.

Dogs: Yes.

Kid-friendly: Yes.

Cinco de Mayo

304 E. Alexis
419-478-7530 | 5demayotoledo.com

Cinco de Mayo

Voted the Best of Toledo Best Patio.

Patio hours: 11am-10pm.

Patio season: Through October, as long as weather permits.

Happy hour: Always something different. Call for daily specials.

Peak hours: 5pm-close.

Size/capacity: 80.

Sun factor: Partial shade from Caribbean umbrellas.

Orientation: All faces.

Type of seating: Comfortable booth style.

Live music and/or special events: DJ on the weekends.

Reservations: No.

Table service: Yes.

Brunch: Yes.

Dogs: No.

Kid-friendly: Yes.

Real Seafood Co. Toledo

22 Main St., at The Docks in International Park!
419-697-4400 | realseafoodcotoledo.com

Real Seafood Co. Toledo

Best summertime dining and view of Toledo!

Patio hours: Weather permitting, the same as restaurant hours: 11am-10pm, Monday-Thursday. 11am-11pm, Friday. 11:30am-11pm, Saturday. Noon-9pm. Sunday.

Patio season: Open as long as weather permits.

Happy hour: Only offered in the bar area.

Must-try dish: Gazpacho.

Peak hours: Lunch, noon-1:30pm. Dinner, 6-9pm.

Size/capacity: 100 guests.

Sun factor: An awning and shades on the patio give relief from the sun.

Orientation: Patio faces west, so diners enjoy awesome sunsets.

Type of seating: Tables and chairs.

Live music and/or special events: Live music in the inside bar plays outside.

Reservations: Not for the patio. It is first come first serve.

Table service: Yes.

Brunch: No.

Dogs: No.

Kid-friendly: Absolutely. They have a kids menu and crayons, high chairs and slings.