When in Toledo

We’re bringing you some of the most popular rider destinations in The Glass City. It’s a leap year, folks, and that means an extra day to get out and explore this month. Whether you’re a local, or visiting Toledo for the first time, follow that Uber to a few of Toledo’s eating and drinking gems!

If you’re looking for a hangout near the ballpark

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Look no further than Ye Olde Durty Bird (because it’s right across the street from the ballpark). If you’re lucky enough to visit on a warm, sunny day, they have great outdoor seating and live music is a staple all year round. On Sundays, they have a killer Bloody Mary bar and the pub fare is sure to hit the spot, for adults and kids alike.

If you’re looking for the perfect date night spot

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Riders flock to Revolution Grille for the artfully delicious cuisine and specialty cocktails. For a modern twist, the menu is on an iPad, and is constantly changing with the seasons. The atmosphere is nice and cozy, perfect for dinner for two.

If you’re looking for local brews

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Operating inside the Historic Oliver House, Maumee Bay Brewing Co. is best known for their Buckeye Beer, but offers flights for beer lovers to sample the other offerings they create right across the street in their brew house. For non-beer drinkers, there are plenty of other beverages to choose from, and their duck wings are sure to please!


This is just a tiny taste of what the Toledo bar and restaurant scene has to offer. With an entire extra day this year, there’s plenty of time to explore the city’s attractions, parks, and find out why it’s called The Glass City.

images courtesy of Yelp

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