Restaurants in Perrysburg

Asian Cuisine for Lunch or Dinner at Tea Tree Asian Bistro (Up to 40% Off)

Tea Tree Asian Bistro

Perrysburg

Modern blue and yellow hanging lights illuminate platters of signature stir-fry dishes and noodles topped with seafood, beef, and pork

$20 $12

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Taste of Super Suppers Event for One or Two with Take-Home Dinners from Super Suppers (Up to Half Off)

Super Suppers

Perrysburg

After themed tasting event, guests leave with Take n' Bake entrees such as chicken parmigiana, sides such as calico corn, and dessert

$29 $15

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$9 for $14 Worth of Deli Food and Drinks at JB’s Sarnie Shoppe

JB’s Sarnie Shoppe

Perrysburg

“Sarnie” sandwiches such as a Reuben stuffed with Boar’s Head corned beef and swiss cheese on rye or popular turkey avacado with pesto mayo

$14 $9

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$17 for $30 Worth of Creole Fare at Fat Fish Blue in Perrysburg

Fat Fish Blue

Perrysburg

Pulled-pork sandwiches with slow-roasted pork smothered in choice of smoky red barbecue, blueberry habanero, or Carolina-style mustard.

$30 $17

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$12.50 for $20 Worth of Italian Cuisine for Lunch at 5th St. Pub

5th Street Pub

Perrysburg

Prosciutto wrapped filets appear on the Italian menu, but pizzas topped with fresh mozzarella and imported italian sausage steal the show

$20 $12.50

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$9 for $16 Worth of Mexican Food for Lunch at Te'kela Mexican Cocina y Cantina

Te'kela Mexican Cocina y Cantina

Perrysburg

Lunchtime offerings at this kitchen and cantina include tacos, enchiladas, fajitas, and grilled entrees

$16 $9

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Established in 2006, Poco Piatti serves as Toledo's original tapas restaurant, and provides diners with a unique dining experience, with dishes ranging Greek classics including moussaka, Italian-inspired dishes such as prosciutto crepes with basil and homemade sundried-tomato sauce, to Middle Eastern-style kabobs with swordfish or beef tenderloin. Poco Piatti focuses on fresh ingredients, uses top-cut meats, and creates homemade sangria and innovative cocktails. Paired with a friendly staff, this tapas restaurant not only hopes to keep customers happy with flavorful dishes, but comfortable in this unique atmosphere. The owners have designed the interior to resemble a Spanish villa?the mural above the bar colorfully depicts rolling Mediterranean hills, and a stone oven churns out freshly baked pita bread or lights the miniature Olympic torches of waiters jogging by.

3155 Chappel Dr.
Perrysburg,
OH
US

The culinary staff at Super Suppers strives to breathe life back into the American tradition of sitting down to a home-cooked meal. The handcrafted take ‘n’ bake items, which include entrees, sides, appetizers, and desserts, conveniently last in freezers for up to three months or until evicted to make room for hibernating snowmen. Ready-to-heat basil pork chops with caesar penne or bacon-wrapped chicken breasts with cream cheese save time on prep, and a variety of gluten-free, dairy-free, and heart-healthy items offer tasty meals that meet all sorts of dietary restrictions. Instructors also supply ingredients, gear, and know-how during Kids in the Kitchen and Taste of Super Suppers classes that teach participants how to create simple and tasty meals at home.

7015 Lighthouse Way
Perrysburg,
OH
US

Nagoya Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi's well-traveled owners, Mel and Barb Ayers, unite the culinary artistry of Japan with chefs selected from around America for their talents and showmanship. The result—set in a convivial restaurant with an outdoor patio and tableside hibachi grills—draws a bridge between the artistic elegance of Japanese cuisine and the family-friendly atmosphere of an American steakhouse. Meats sizzle on hibachi grills as chefs perform knife and spatula tricks for dazzled onlookers, who must refrain from leaning in too close lest a tower of onions suddenly catches fire. The spectacular dance of flames results in entrees of filet mignon, sea scallops, and lobster tails, all of which pair nicely with sushi such as a crab-filled california roll or a Volcano roll drizzled with fresh magma.

6190 Levis Commons Blvd
Perrysburg,
OH
US

JB?s Sarnie Shoppe?s owners, Gareth and Bruce, helm a bustling kitchen where fresh bread, baked in-house twice daily, embraces a cavalcade of hearty sandwich fillings. Guests can build their own sandwiches, referred to as sarnies, with wholesome ingredients, such as Boar?s Head meats, thick slices of cheese, and housemade roasted-red-pepper spread. The menu ventures beyond the breaded with cobb salads and creamsicle smoothies, and names items using slang from overseas: ?sarnie? (sandwich), ?crisps? (chips), ?biscuits? (cookies), and ?cookies? (biscuits). Outside of the shop, it caters any event that has at least five people capable of chewing.

4195 Levis Commons Blvd
Perrysburg,
OH
US

Mexican dishes both classic and newly invented sizzle on the signature plates at OK Patron Fajita Bar. The name OK Patron, which translates to "OK, boss," belies the restaurant's dedication to customer service. American specialties accompany the Mexican dishes featured on the lunch buffet each afternoon, along with chicken, steak, vegetable, shrimp, and scallop fajitas. Family recipes serve as the blueprint for dishes such as tortilla soup, which pairs crispy tortillas with garden vegetables, cheese, and a cure for the fear of soup.

27393 Helen Dr
Perrysburg,
OH
US

The name Barry Bagels conceals the diversity of its menu. In addition to 16 bagel varieties, the staff churn out homemade soups, sandwiches, desserts, and coffee. The flagship Barry Bagels shop opened in Toledo in 1972?the company celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2012?and now shares its oven-mastery with three other Toledo-area locations as well as one in Ann Arbor, MI.

26611 Dixie Hwy
Perrysburg,
OH
US