December 18, 2019—Marketplace Changes

. December 17, 2019.
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Nothing Bundt Cakes, a specialty bakery and dessert shop, has opened a franchise location at 7427 Central Ave., across from Meijer. 419-877-3755.
nothingbundtcakes.com/bakery/oh/toledo-sylvania

After 65 years in business, the family-owned Lincoln Drive-In Cleaners on Upton Ave. by Berdan has closed.

Funagin’s Family Fun Center on Centennial Rd. has been ordered to cease operations after accruing multiple zoning violation citations for wayward paintballs.

St. Luke’s Hospital
has been acquired by Michigan-based health care provider McLaren Health Care. St. Luke’s will be McLaren’s first hospital outside of Michigan.

Torrid, a plus-size clothing store for women, will open a new location near Lane Bryant at the Franklin Park Mall on January 25. The boutique’s January 20 preview party will offer a gift card valued up to $100 to the first 50 shoppers. 5001 Monroe St., torrid.com

It has been over a decade since Krispy Kreme Doughnuts has had a location in the Toledo area, but the chain will once again provide hot and fresh doughnuts at a new location at 3145 Secor Rd., in the former Monroe Muffler and Brake Shop. The bakery, which features a patio and a drive-through window, will open on January 14. krispykreme.com

Ameera Mediterranean Restaurant has opened in the former Papa G’s Pizza space at 5127 Main St., in Sylvania’s SouthBriar Shopping Center, which also houses Te’kela and Hafner Florist. Nassif Chamoun (of Bite Me Twice Mediterranean Bistro and Aladdin’s) is the owner. 419-517-9999. facebook.com/AmeeraMediterraneanBistro

Signs have emerged for My Way Bistro in the old Tony Packo’s location at 5827 Monroe St., in the Sylvania Country Square Shopping Center next to Marino’s Beverage Depot. An opening date has not been announced. 419-517-7096. facebook.com/MWaybistro