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February 11, 2020—Marketplace Changes

Georgio’s Café International has opened Georgio’s Grill in the former 5th Street Pub location at 5577 Monroe St. in Sylvania, featuring lighter fare, Mediterannean cuisine, homemade gelato, woodfired pizzas, and more. Owners Anthony and Chris Kamilaris, the sons of Georgio’s Café’s owners Chris and George, opened the Grill after a two-day transition. 11am-11pm, Monday-Thursday. 11am-midnight, Friday-Saturday. 419-517-5311.

Jupmode has opened a second store at 3142 Markway Rd. in the Cricket West Shopping Center. The apparel and printing company’s original store, at 2022 Adams St., remains open. 11am-8pm, Wednesday-Saturday. 11am-4pm, Sunday.

Gift shop and home good boutique Pottsies has moved from The Town Center at Levis Commons to 36 N. Third St. in Waterville. Noon-5pm, Wednesday-Saturday. 567-952-0123.

Fans of the now-closed, Bowling Green-famous Myles Pizza have flocked to Toledo’s newly-open Half Time Pizza for similarly-styled ‘za, tomato bread and flavorful nostalgia. The pizzeria is owned by Abe Valley, a manager at Myles Pizza for 20 years. 7702 W. Bancroft St., near King Rd., by Ventura’s. 419-517-2190.

Arlyn’s Good Beer in Bowling Green has joined the NW Ohio brewery scene. The brewery and taproom are located at 520 Hankey Ave. For more info, see “Arlyn’s Good Beer” on Facebook.

A Cincy Crab will open in the now-closed Big Boy at 3535 Secor Rd. on March 8. The Cincinnati-based seafood restaurant offers boiled-in-bag style, cajun, garlic butter, and lemon pepper flavor shrimp, crab, oyster and more. 774-279-1295.

The Ottawa Tavern has temporarily closed as new owner Zack Jacobs begins renovations on the popular music venue. 1815 Adams St., 419-725-5483.

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