Valentine’s Day Restaurants

. February 2, 2021.
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Looking for something to warm your heart this Valentine’s Day?  Here are a few suggestions.

 

Ice Restaurant will be open February 12th & 13th 4pm-9pm with a special dinner menu. Reservations are limited!

419-246-3339 405 Madison Ave., www.icetoledo.com

 

Eat in a geodesic Igloo at Blarney Irish Pub, where the chef is preparing a 5-course meal.  Reservations required for an igloo!  601 Monroe St. 419-418-2339  theblarneyirishpub.com

 

Gino’s is cooking up heart shaped pizzas!  5307 Monroe Street.  419-843-3567 www.originalginos.com

 

Treat your love to a full brunch at Manhattan’s Pub ‘n Cheer,1516 Adams St., Sunday, February 14, 2021 – 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.,Reservations: 419-243-667 manhattanstoledo.com/brunch

 

Registry Bistro is preparing a Valentine’s Dinner for Two at Home.  Curbside pick-up on Saturday, February 13. 144 N. Superior, 419-725-0444 www.refgistrybistro.com

 

Ameera Mediterranean Bistro is out to impress with a 5 course meal February 8,9,10.  Call ahead. 5127 Main St., Sylvania, 419-517-9999 www.ameeramediterraneanbistro.com 

 

Snuggle up to the beautiful bar at Blue Water Grill for oysters and champagne.  461 Dussel Dr., Maumee.  419-724-2583   www.mancys.com/bluewater

 

Brandywine Country Club has created a special Valentine’s weekend menu. Dine-In or get it to go. 6904 Salisbury Rd., Maumee. Call to make reservations. (419) 865-2393  www.brandywinecc.com

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