Restaurants in Toledo


American Cuisine at The Rock’N Whiskey Saloon (40% Off). Three Options Available.

The Rock’N Whiskey Saloon

Whitmer-Trilby

Menu includes wings, new york strip steak, and half-pound burgers with toppings like fried eggs, roasted red peppers, and whiskey onions

$20 $12

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Mediterranean Food for Lunch, Dinner, or Takeout at Bloudán Mediterranean Cuisine (Up to 43% Off)

Bloudán Mediterranean Cuisine

Toledo

Plates of hummus topped with meat and roasted almonds, grilled shish kebab with rice and vegetables, crispy falafel wrapped in a warm pita

$20 $12

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Gastropub Food for Lunch or Brunch at Bar 145 (40% Off)

Bar 145

Franklin Park

Build your own frittatas or mac ‘n’ cheese at brunch, or opt for all-natural burgers with truffle fries during lunch

$20 $12

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$6 for $10 Worth of Casual American Food — Bedford Diner

Bedford Diner

Temperance

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

$10 $6

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Mediterranean Cuisine for Lunch or Dinner at Fetoosh Deli (Up to 43% Off)

Fetoosh Deli

Sylvania

Grilled chicken skewers, hummus and vegetable trays, and falafel sandwiches topped with tahini sauce

$20 $12

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$12 for $20 Worth of Pub Food at Trotters Tavern

Trotters Tavern

Toledo

Diners can chow down on hearty pub food as they listen to live music, watch sports, or play pool

$20 $12

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$12 for $20 Worth of Bar and Grill Food at South End Grille

South End Grille

Southwyck

Eatery’s menu of bar and grill food includes a dozen wing flavors, such as garlic, general tso’s, inferno, spicy honey mustard, and teriyaki

$20 $12

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$12 for $20 Worth of Grilled Cheese, Appetizers, and Salads at Paddy Jack's

Paddy Jack's

Southwyck

The menu honors all things cheese and is famous for its outrageously stuffed grilled-cheese sandwiches

$20 $12

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American Food for Two or Four at Chubby's American Grill (Up to 50% Off)

Chubby's American Grill

North Towne

Draft beers and cocktails match with wings, burgers, and flat-screen TVs airing sports

$20 $12

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Pizzeria Cuisine for Two or Four at Bambino's Pizza on Eleanor (Up to 50% Off)

Bambino's Pizza

Toledo

Menu includes barbecue chicken subs, jalapeño cheese bread, gyros, wings, and pizza with toppings like bacon, feta cheese, and pineapple

$20 $11

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Fireball Meal for Two or $12 for $20 Worth of American Food at Jed's BBQ and Brew

Jed's BBQ and Brew

Holland Sylvania

Try one of the signature Fireballs—1 pound of breaded boneless chicken chunks—or sample any one of the shop’s barbecue or American dishes

$20 $12

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$12 for $24 Worth of Pizza, Focaccia-Bread Subs, and Italian Comfort Food at Home Slice Pizza

Home Slice Pizza

Downtown Toledo

Olive oil bastes baked cheese bread, pizzas carry potatoes and steak, and focaccia-bread subs pack helpings of bacon and banana peppers

$24 $12

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Steak-House Cuisine for Lunch or Dinner at Forrester's on the River (Up to 40% Off)

Forrester's on the river

The Docks - Downtown Toledo

Steak-house cuisine such as chicken marsala and 12-ounce new york strip served in restaurant on the Maumee Riverfront

$40 $25

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Swimsuit-clad servers tote the platters of juicy Angus beef burgers, spicy chicken wings, and deep-fried appetizers that populate Bikinis' menu across a slick industrial loft setting. Beer-battered jalapeño slices splash in golden paradises of oil, emerging with a crisp, brown exterior and lengthy slideshows of flavor ($6.99). A hoagie bun serves as a fluffy landing zone for the loads of shredded sirloin steak, peppers, and onions that crash onto the philly steak and cheese sandwich beneath a hole-filled swiss-cheese parachute ($8.99). The Cowboy BBQ burger's half-pound Angus beef patty charges into town on a sesame-bun steed with a barbecue-sauce-and-cheddar saddle ($8.99), flaunting Wild West flavor more exciting than a high-stakes tumbleweed race.

4709 Douglas Rd
Toledo,
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

More than a few local legends swirl around Dublin cheesemonger Pat Hyland, better known as Paddy Jack. One tale has him traveling more than more than 1,000 miles to retrieve a cow that had been carried off by a tornado?no mean feat when one considers the rarity of tornadoes in Ireland and the fact that the island's only 250 miles from Bantry Bay up to Derry Quay. Another tells of him hiding the recipes to his finest cheeses in a cave beneath Dublin, possibly just below the Temple Bar market where he sold them for 10 years.

Paddy Jack's strives to match Hyland's passion for quality, exemplified by his phrase: ?People can taste the effort you put in.? That effort can be tasted in the establishment's more than 20 stuffed grilled-cheese sandwiches. The Memphis Mac is the chef's favorite, lined as it is with pulled pork and topped with mac and cheese. But the Loco Jack makes it a contest with its splash of special sauce and hidden depths of crushed Doritos. Running throughout all the sandwiches, however, are cheeses that could stand with the best produced by Hyland on Co Laois, his farm in Cuffsboro.

5122 Heatherdowns Boulevard
Toledo,
OH
US

Since 1865, mariners have dined, relaxed, and mingled in the elegant confines of Toledo Yacht Club. Trophy cases and nautical memorabilia fill the current masonry clubhouse––built in 1908––where chefs treat members and guests to upscale feasts in a formal dining room and casual meals beside the Den Bar’s fireplace and large-screen television. Upstairs, guests dance across a third-floor ballroom during the Commodore’s Ball, one of the club’s many annual events, which also include the prestigious New Year's Eve Champagne Celebration and a family-friendly brunch with Santa.

Outside, tennis, basketball, and shuffleboard courts share space on a massive lawn where tetherballs whip around tall poles and children climb over playground equipment. Members share meals at a sheltered, secluded picnic area, take a dip in the swimming pool, or cast off on a journey down the Maumee River. For longer jaunts, members can contact one of Toledo Yacht Club’s affiliations, which grant access to numerous clubs throughout the U.S. and Canada.

3900 North Summit Street
Toledo,
OH
US

Large, hungry groups don’t intimidate the chefs at The Grape Leaf Express. In true family-style tradition, these culinary heavyweights can whip up massive plates, called Party Pleasers, to satisfy up to seven visitors per serving with housemade hummus, tabbouleh, grape leaves, falafel, kebabs, or shawarma. Whether furnishing a banquet or a simple meal for two, the chefs carefully prepare Lebanese staples in addition to other Mediterranean dishes, such as pita sandwiches and lamb chops.

The restaurant's Liquid Health Bar menu upholds the same commitment to freshness with blended fruit smoothies, several of which derive a sweet kick from a smattering of honey. After guests finish their meals, they can order a dessert of baklava or housemade cheesecake and recline on a scarlet-cushioned booth to let their eyes wander across a luminous purple aquarium, decorative bamboo shoots, and scenes of Greek monuments.

5236 Monroe St
Toledo,
OH
US

The Wetzel name wasn?t always a source of pride. As a kid, Rick Wetzel grew accustomed to hearing, ?Hey Wetzel, you pretzel!? on the playground. But the teasing inspired a quest for the tastiest soft pretzel, one that eventually blossomed into Wetzel?s Pretzels. After years in Nestle?s marketing department, Rick and coworker Bill Phelps channeled Rick?s soft-pretzel recipe into a chain of shops. They make hand-rolled, oven-baked pretzels that sit for only 30 minutes before being sold or chucked, an example that might be in the dictionary under "fresh," if Babe Ruth using his bat as a pool cue weren't already there. And though the buttered and salted Wetzel?s Original still occupies a spot on the menu, a flurry of imaginative flavors fills its other slots, from Sinful Cinnamon to Jalaroni, a cheesy pretzel scattered with pepperoni and jalape?os.

5001 Monroe St
Toledo,
OH
US