Groceries & Markets in Oregon

$11 for $22 Toward One Standard Box of Local, Organic, Seasonal Produce for Pick-Up from Good News Farm

Good News Farm

Multiple Locations

Pick up assortment of seasonal vegetables produced locally and without the use of animal products at several locations

$22 $11

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$42 for Four In-Store, Self-Assembled Meals at Time Too Savor in Livonia ($76 Value)

Time Too Savor

Livonia

Customers preempt mealtime stress by portioning out entrees and sides to cook at home later

$76 $42

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$3 for $5 Worth of Candy — Sweets Just Sweets

Sweets Just Sweets

Napoleon

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$5 $3

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$20 for One 3.5-Gallon Holiday Popcorn Tin from Detroit Popcorn Company ($39.99 Value)

Detroit Popcorn Co.

Brightmoor

Purveyor of gourmet popcorn and candy for more than 80 years fills holiday-themed tins with three styles of popcorn

$39.99 $20

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$10 for Two $10 Vouchers for Carryout Sandwiches and Salads at Farmington Deli ($20 Value)

Farmington Deli

Farmington

Over the course of two visits, savor lunch classics such as italian subs, turkey and bacon clubs, and pasta salads

$10 $5

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Organic Vegan Chocolate and Gummy Candies at Inspiration Candies (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Inspiration Candies

Oak Park

Organic vegan caramel bites, peanut-butter bites, and gluten-free gummy bears, among others

$20 $10

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$30 for $50 Worth of Piedmontese Beef at Monty's Beef Company

Monty's Beef Company

Royal Oak

Humanely-raised Piedmontese beef contains no hormones and is naturally low in fat

$50 $30

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$10 for 4 Groupons, Each Good for $5 Worth of Ice Cream and Slushies at Z's Penny Candy ($20 Total Value)

Z's Penny Candy

Eastpointe

Ice cream, shakes, and slushies from a retro penny-candy store

$5 $2.50

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Beer- or Wine-Making Class for One or Two at Hopman's Beer and Wine Making Supply (Up to 56% Off)

Hopman's Beer and Wine Making Supply

Waterford

Classes cover the basics of brewing with extracts, grains, and hops, or making wine using juice kits

$24.95 $12

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Select Local Merchants

In 1906, Joseph Fleitz purchased a tract of land along Seaman Road. Though he immediately started to farm, it would be another 85 years before his great-grandson, Paul, planted the first pumpkin patch, officially christening Fleitz Pumpkin Farm. Since then, the family has built other attractions, and the wind raises a thrumming whisper from the stalks of a 5-acre corn maze capable of stumping even Ivy League?educated scarecrows. Tractors pull hay carts full of chattering riders, and other amenities include a free tricycle zone and an area to feed goats and chickens. During the fall, when the air grows crisp and cornucopias hang heavy on the trees, row upon row of sunset-hued pumpkins line the periphery of the farm. The scents of cinnamon drifts from a snack shack serving freshly made doughnuts and hot cider.

7133 Seaman Rd
Oregon,
OH
US

Like its minimalist interior, this historic Oliver House eatery keeps its menu simple. Peckish patrons can sample light, freshly made offerings of warm soups, salads, and sandwiches, complemented by a rotating list of daily specials ($5.50−$7.50). Between the hours of 11 a.m. and 3 p.m., the Café's warm and cold sandwiches, such as the grilled-ham-and-cheese Croque Monsieur ($7.50) and the tangy-tuna Waldorf-salad sandwich ($7.25) rest contentedly on black-checkered tissue paper before meeting their delectable demise. Assuage appetites in the Café’s sleek, minimalist dining room amid tasteful artwork and warm brick accents, then retire to the breezy courtyard to season postmeal sips with fresh sunshine. Guests can sip on café au laits while they browse the web via the complimentary WiFi, or mime coffee-drinking and internet searching to the customers around them.

27 Broadway St
Toledo,
OH
US

Owner Revathi Chillapalli combined 20 years in the food business with a love for introducing Ohioans to the health benefits and exotic flavors of Indian food to establish Deepam India, an emporium for Indian groceries and meals available for takeout or dine-in. The shop’s restaurateurs prepare food fresh daily, treating shoppers to a selection of 12–14 entrees that, like a merry-go-round with Earth wedged into it, rotates daily. Diners can clasp fingers around flaky filled samosas ($1.25 each) or savor dosas, fermented crêpes made with rice batter and lentils ($5.50–$6.50). Individuals and restaurant owners alike peruse the grocery section to stock up on Indian breads ($2.99), frozen vegetables ($1.99), and lentils ($2.99–$5.99) and to admire the wall-mounted oil paintings created by the shop’s owner. The enthusiastic staff welcomes questions about particular dishes, the health benefits of Indian food, and the health risks of eating Indian silverware.

7406 W Central Ave
Toledo,
OH
US

Primary Care Optometry, in a state of the art office. Specializing in family care, contact lenses, disease management

647 Lime City Rd
Rossford,
OH
US

Essence is a fitness studio focusing on each client, working on their personal needs concerning fitness and well-being. Essence has a staff that is extensively trained in a variety of fitness/wellness training techniques and experienced in working with individuals seeking to improve or maintain their health and well-being

580 Craig Dr
Perrysburg,
OH
US

Scrambler Marie's extensive breakfast menu lifts languid eyelids with its selections of morning momentum-makers. Latch onto light bites such as fresh fruit and yogurt parfaits ($2.99) and steaming bowls of oatmeal with berries and brown sugar ($3.49), or palate-parachute into hearty helpings of pancakes ($5.79–$7.29), french toast ($4.29–$6.99), omelettes ($6.99–$8.59), skillets ($7.99–$8.59), breakfast wraps ($7.99–$8.49), and more. Guests feeling patriotic can flag down an all-American plate of biscuits and gravy ($6.49) with three eggs and a side, and the sweet blueberry waffle ($6.29) proves that waffles, like piñatas and closets at candy factories, are better when packed with goodies. The Westgate skillet ($8.29) takes taste buds south of the border, serving up a flavorful mix of spicy chorizo, jalapeños, green chilies, onions, homemade salsa, and melted cheese. Vegetarian options are equally fancy, such as the veggie garden scramble wrap ($7.99), which plays host to a pleasing prom of fresh veggies, mushrooms, onion, and scrambled eggs within the walls of a tomato-basil dance hall.

25690 Dixie Hwy
Perrysburg,
OH
US