Perrysburg is a city in Wood County, Ohio, United States, along the south side of the Maumee River. The population was 20,623 at the 2010 census. Located about 12 miles southwest of Toledo, it was founded before the now larger port city on Lake Erie. It has since become a suburb of the city.
Things to do in Perrysburg
4.5 based on 199 reviews
The gyro is excellent. It is a little different than traditional Coney Island type gyros. The fresh pita is thinner and the sauce is a little different. You get a lot of food for your money.
The ordering process is a cross between fast food and sit-down. You order your food at the front counter and get a number. The food will be delivered to your table in 5 to 10 minutes. Waitress service will refill your drinks and they "bus" your table after you leave.
I highly recommend this place. I wish that there were one of these restaurants in my hometown.
4.5 based on 137 reviews
This restaurant was rated highly on TripAdvisor and was across the street from our hotel so we decided to try it. I'm so glad we did. They don't take reservations for fewer than 6 people, but we were lucky to have arrived just as someone left. The place was almost completely full the whole time we were there. It's a relatively small space, with wood tables and chairs, but I didn't feel too crowded. The man who was either the owner or manager, I believe, never stopped moving. We ordered a spring roll and a summer roll with chicken to share. Both were quite good and larger than you usually see. My husband ordered the crispy duck half and I ordered the pad thalay, which was a seafood combo, scallops, mussels, calamari and shrimp, plus various vegetables. I was afraid it would be too spicy, so I asked for it to be just a little spicy. I would have liked more spice. The crispy duck was excellent. If we lived anywhere near here, we would go frequently.
4.5 based on 287 reviews
Owned and operated by the Mendez Family since 2010, Cocina de Carlos (Carlos' Kitchen) serves a fresh style of Mexican Cuisine.
I go to this place a lot. They have a great buffet for lunch where you can truly stuff yourself on a wide variety of options. If you're a veggie or vegan this place is excellent because the beans and the rice are both vegetarian. Good place for dinner too, delicious margaritas
4.5 based on 153 reviews
We were ready to turn into a chain restaurant when my husband spotted this place. Since we were looking for Mexican food, we were so excited. Well, many Mexican restaurants have signs declaring "authentic," but this one truly is. I have eaten at many, and the food here far exceeded my expectations. Everything was delicious and the service was outstanding.
4 based on 496 reviews
Came for dinner to celebrate a family members birthday. Too many missteps dampened the celebration. When ordering drinks waitress was made aware that my spouse and I would be on the same check and I asked for an order of gluten free bread. The salads started coming out, some not with dressing on the side as requested. I inquired about the GF bread as it had been 20 min and was told "that it takes time to make" in a tone with some attitude. Later our dinners came out. Still no bread 50 minutes after ordering it. Another server, Alvin, when was asked about the bread he stated "I will go check, they probably forgot." Guess what? 5 min later I had the bread!! Hmmm, what was the real story here? He was also quick to correct some incorrect salads even though he was not our primary server. My dinner plate came, green beans were under cooked, hard and chewy. Mashed potatoes were barely lukewarm as were the veges. Chicken was over cooked, hard and chewy around the edges and also barely lukewarm.
Not once during our meal were we asked how everything was or if we needed anything. Glasses sat empty with no offers of refills. The children's menu states ice cream included with meal. None of the children were offered any and we were too fed up to even ask at this point. A few in our party as well as our bill was wrong. No "thanks for dinning with us" from our waitress. Ignored as we passed the hostess area on the way out. Needless to say we will not be returning.
4 based on 331 reviews
We visited Mancys for a pre-holiday dinner with friends. Reservations are a must! Beautiful decor, but not ostentatious. Comfortable seating, tables well spaced. Service courteous and professional, very knowledgeable. Excellent wines, we skipped hordoerves this trip , but lobster bisque is yum! Steaks are cooked perfectly, and they understand how to make a blackened rare steak ! The Chilean sea bass is melt in your mouth wonderful. I could really fill up on bread and house salad- but save room for your entree. We were able to enjoy a lovely unrushed dinner with friends. Truly an enjoyable experience - for the body and soul!
4.5 based on 222 reviews
Swig Restaurant in Perrysburg, Ohio offers hand-made & in-house charcuterie that illustrates the care and effort that goes into every one of our eats. Offering rotating beers on tap and live music on the outdoor patio. All of our food is hand crafted. Meaning We grind, season, stuff, smoke, and just do it up. From classics like the Coney and Chicago Dog, to unique items like the Gyro Sausage and Frankenstein Wings - Swig makes sure to appeal to a wide variety of tastes, from those looking for comfort food, or true gastropub fare.
Fun triva question night on Mondays! Good food, limited parking. Abby is a terrific bartender, Friendly and knows her regulars. Small place, always packed great local place in downtown Perrysburg.
4.5 based on 196 reviews
We visited here during Restaurant Week Toledo and enjoyed good food and service. The appetizers were good but the pizza crust was gummy and burned. When we brought it to the server's attention, she said that was normal because of their oven. The atmosphere was also very nice. We recommend this restaurant. See the photos.
4.5 based on 117 reviews
I had the Best steak in Toledo area , must say the waitress was also so nice that deserve a huge tip, I had a huge tender 10" T-Bone that is unforgettable .
4 based on 231 reviews
I got dragged here by colleagues who were craving sushi. The wait for a hibachi table was too long so we went with the traditional menu experience. I was pleasantly surprised to have such a relatively large choice of non-seafood items and entrees. The Teriyaki Chicken was very good and quite a plate-load at that. There were several good beer choices available as I am a beer snob. One criticism- on this Monday evening the service was not the greatest. There were long lapses between getting some attention and service from our server. Yes, she was very friendly but where was she all during our meal? But, it ended up just fine.
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