Eddie Lee’s Restaurant is three restaurants in one. The same great food is served in all areas of the restaurant.
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
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:
For die-hard coffee fanatics or those with an insatiable sweet tooth, the Curious Cat Cafe recently opened near the University of Toledo.
Bene Italiano is one of the Franklin Park area’s newest restaurants, and it’s already making a big impression. A recent Sunday night saw a steady stream of customers, all of whom— including a walk-in party of 12— were easily accommodated thanks to the ample dining room and plenty of wait staff at the ready. The
A new addition to the downtown scene, the Cafe behind Imagination Station might be easy to miss without taking a stroll along the Maumee River. H2O Cafe is the perfect spot to kick back and enjoy the summer weather, offering cocktails, tasty appetizers, desserts and sandwiches that will keep you coming back for more. There
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