March 11, 2020—Marketplace Changes

. March 10, 2020.

Libardo’s Catering Company has opened its first diner in Point Place at 4280 N. Summit St., offering deli sandwiches, Philly Steaks, kosher hot dogs, salads, daily dinner platter specials for $6.75, and more. The catering company has been serving the area since 2015. 11am-7pm, Monday-Friday. 419-214-1025.

After a few weeks of renovation, new owner Zack Jacobs will reopen The Ottawa Tavern on Friday, March 13. 1815 Adams St., 419-725-5483.

MemoryLane Care Services has completed renovations of their adult day center and offices, including the addition of the new The Jim Yark Family Conference Room. 2500 N. Reynolds Rd., 419-720-4940.

Campus Pollyeyes will bring its Bowling Green-famous pizza and breadsticks to the former Oasis location on the south edge of the UT campus at Dorr and Secor Roads. The Toledo location will be the eatery’s third, with its second in Findlay. A May opening is expected.

Art Van Furniture Inc. has announced the liquidation and closure of its Art Van Furniture, Art Van PureSleep and Scott Shuptrine Interiors stores in Michigan, Illinois, Ohio, Indiana, and Missouri, and select Wolf stores in Maryland and Virginia. The Detroit-based company had one Art Van Furniture store in Toledo and one in Genoa, and Art Van PureSleep stores in Toledo, Holland, Perrysburg and Monroe, Michigan.

Granite City Food & Brewery in The Shops at Fallen Timbers closed without notice. In December 2019, the restaurant’s parent company, Granite City Restaurant Operations, Inc. filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

Juniper Brewing Company is planning a spring opening of its beer and coffee shop at 145 S. Main St. in downtown Bowling Green. 419-575-0165.