Frontera Sabores de México, a Mexican restaurant and cantina, is now open in the former La Scola Italian Grill, at 5375 Airport Hwy. 11am-9pm, Monday-Thursday & Sunday. 11am-10pm, Friday-Saturday. 419-720-4273. facebook.com/FronteraSabores
The Leaf and Seed Cafe, a popular food truck offering plant-based comfort food, opened its first brick and mortar in The Davis Building, at 151 N. Michigan St. (formerly Pam’s Corner). 419-407-5333. Theleafandseed.com
Power of 3, a new spiritual center and gift shop, is open at 2455 W. Sylvania Ave., by Douglas Rd. The business offers tea, massage, Reiki, sound baths, crystal healing, classes, and more. 10am-6pm, Monday, Wednesday, Friday-Sunday. 2-8pm, Tuesday. 419-214-1124. See “Power of 3” on Facebook.
Piercing and tattoo shop Amity Ink has opened at 306 Conant St. in downtown Maumee, in the former The Yoga Sanctuary. facebook.com/amityink419.
Big Slice Pizzeria, 236 New Towne Square Dr. #2B, by the intersection of W. Alexis Rd. and Telegraph Rd., offers New York-style pizza, both by the pie and by the slice, sub sandwiches, calzones, and more. The shop’s “pay it forward by the slice” program encourages customers to donate $1 wall, which those-in-need can redeem for a free slice of pizza. 11am-10pm, Monday-Tuesday & Thursday. 11am-11pm, Wednesday & Friday-Saturday. Noon-9pm, Sunday. 419-408-4046. facebook.com/pizzabytheslicetoledo
The wait is over— drag-themed Hamburger Mary’s is finally open at The Docks. The San Francisco-based LGBT-friendly burger restaurant chain offers drag queen shows, karaoke nights and bingo. 4-11pm, Tuesday-Wednesday. 11am-11pm, Thursday & Sunday. 11am-1am, Friday-Saturday. 26 Main St., 419-205-9393. Hamburgermarys.com. facebook.com/toledomarys
Kip’s Retro has opened at 3922 Secor Rd., by W. Sylvania Ave and Monroe St. The dance and night club has live music events planned through December 28th. facebook.com/KipsRetro