Mature Concerns Accessibility: Yes. Cleanliness: Very clean. Lighting: Abundant. Specialty Diets: Many vegetarian options and the head chef will work with other special diets. Noise: Varies – later in the evening it grew slightly louder. Children: Kid-friendly. Food prices: $7-$14. After 40 years in the restaurant business, Steve Mourad named his new restaurant to let
Snow, ice, rain and other safety issues are not a barrier to walking year-round. There are several FREE indoor walking venues in our community. Visit these locations to take advantage of the benefits of walking.
Mature Concerns Accessibility: A ramp on the north side of the building. Once inside, it’s all one floor. Parking: $5, plus tip, for the valet on the building’s west side, on Superior St. Cleanliness: Spotless. Lighting: Comfortable, but older eyes may want the assistance of a phone flashlight for menu reading. Specialty Diets: Accommodated. Noise:
While adjusting to retirement, many become concerned that they are not exercising their brains. If we are not taking in new information, perhaps we are ‘dummying down.’ Accustomed to using our brains throughout our working years, we feel alive when taking in new information. There are, however, many options available which allow us to exercise the brain and to learn new information during retirement.
Valentine’s Day gets an unfair rap. While many lament the consumerism associated with the “Hallmark Holiday’”— yet buy up discounted candy on February 15— we have a sweet spot for any day that inspires us to shower our loved ones with affection, chocolate and flowers. Fortunately, romance in Toledo doesn’t require a seasonal excuse, so to try out these date ideas, on Valentine’s Day, or any day.
For die-hard coffee fanatics or those with an insatiable sweet tooth, the Curious Cat Cafe recently opened near the University of Toledo.