Saturday, February 24, 2024

Marketplace Changes – June 2021

Eatery and coffee bar Rise ‘N Grind Cafe, featuring freshly brewed beverages and creative breakfast and lunch options, opened at 3243 W. Sylvania Ave, at the site of the former Greg’s Grill.

To buy or sell CDs, DVDs, vinyl, video games, books— basically any physical media— stop by Your Media Exchange at 1734 W. Laskey Rd., the former Allied Record Exchange store.

Toledo radio personalities Andrew “Z” Zepeta and Demetrius Nicodemus are hitting the road with Queso Kitchen, advertised as “Toledo’s first queso food truck.” Available for catering and events.

The charcuterie experts at Social Rind Co. have spun off a new company, Social Setting Co., offering customers curated, luxury picnics with a choice of themes for 2-6 people.

Biscuit lovers will have a friend in Toledo with the arrival of the Trip’n Biscuits Food Truck. Featuring a slew of classics including biscuits and gravy, biscuit sandwiches and  Biscuit Benedict, the truck is available for catering.

Owner Donnie Glover helps you reach your full potential with One Selfless Love, with classes in meditation, women’s empowerment coaching and a full online store with delicious CBD teas and vegan body care products.

The latest name in craft beers to hit the area is Buffalo Rock Brewing Company. Located at the site of a former car wash at 345 Anthony Wayne Trail in Waterville. The brainchild of local entrepreneurs Three B’s Adventures, opening is planned for this summer.

PT Link Physical Therapy has opened a new Waterville location at 1069 Pray Blvd., in the Kroger Shopping Plaza.

The owner of Don Juan Mexican Bar and Grill will open a third location at 300 Madison Ave. Don Juan Express and Cantina will feature Mexican cuisine tailored for fast eating aimed at downtown employees and residents. Scheduled to open in early July.

Founder and CEO Mehrnaz Bosch has opened Mbrowz Academy & Spa at 3159 Central Ave., in the Cricket West Shopping Center. The permanent makeup service will also offer microblading courses for students.

Looking to take the edge off that morning (or afternoon) after? Columbus-based eatery HangOverEasy is coming to Levis Commons by the end of the year, featuring breakfast, lunch and brunch fare along with a full bar.

Jo James Floral, a new pop-up flower bar located inside Whimsy and Blue Boutique at 364 Rice St. in Elmore, will give customers and brides-to-be a place to meet and discuss floral arrangements for the big day. Whimsy and Blue also has event decor rentals for weddings and events.

Hotworx, a chain of 24-hour fitness studios with locations around the country, has opened a new location at 5208 Monroe. Offering virtually-instructed workout sessions, a sauna, and other exercise equipment.

Another option for hot beverages, bagels and sweets is The Onyx Cafe, located inside the Oliver House at 27 Broadway St. Stop by for your morning joe and grab a Wixey Bakery donut or a Barry Bagel while you’re there.

Haven’t had your fill of crab even after our Boil Odyssey (TCP May ‘21)? Head on over to Million’s Crab seafood restaurant and bar at 7340 Central Ave., near Meijer, which opened on May 5.

The former Anna’s Restaurant at 4505 Woodville Rd. in Northwood will reopen soon with new owners as Prime

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