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A new restaurant has opened in Toledo, Ohio

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A new restaurant has opened its doors in Toledo.

Earlier this month, Glass City Steakhouse opened its doors in downtown Toledo at 26 Main St, according to the restaurant’s social media account. During its first week of operation, the restaurant had some setbacks, including a minor electrical issue that forced the steakhouse to close its doors on Valentine’s Day. Since then, Glass City Steakhouse has fixed the electrical issue and resumed its normal hours of operation.

Glass City Steakhouse’s menu includes appetizers like steak tartare, roasted bone marrow, jumbo crab cakes, baba ganoush, and spinach artichoke dip. Also on the menu are soups and salads like lobster bisque, French onion soup, Caesar salads, and wedge salads.

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Toledo’s first Black-owned barber college nearing one year old

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James Chestnutt, better known as Kutt’em Cheen, is currently a student at Topp Of The Line Barber College. He’s 27 years old and becoming a barber has always been on his mind.

“I’ve always been thinking about being a barber,” Chestnutt said. “My dad’s a barber, my uncle’s a barber, so it’s always been in my blood.”

He said he came to T.O.L. Barber College in south Toledo with the hopes of one day opening up his own barber shop business.

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Local church holds expo to spotlight Black-owned businesses

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A local church is honoring Black History Month by uplifting and amplifying Black-owned businesses.

One business owner tells 13 Action News its fulfilling to know that her church is there for her.

“My church has been such a great support in my business,” said Tyla Jackson, Dynasty Child Care Center owner. “They’re always wearing my t-shirts telling people about my daycare. We offer child care to low income families.”

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Flavorful fare for future generations: J’Mae’s Home Cooking serving up food for the soul

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Jaleo Young is the owner of J’Mae’s Home Cooking. For him, it’s about the legacy and love his family puts into the food he serves the community.

“The more love you put into that food, the better people will be able to connect with it,” Young said.

Young is a Black business owner who has worked for 11 years with his family in Toledo. Being a Black business owner comes with unique challenges, including having a Black business, Young said.

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Owens Corning: Q4 Earnings Snapshot

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TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — Owens Corning (OC) on Wednesday reported fourth-quarter profit of $131 million.

The Toledo, Ohio-based company said it had profit of $1.46 per share. Earnings, adjusted for pretax expenses, came to $3.21 per share.

The results exceeded Wall Street expectations. The average estimate of five analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was for earnings of $2.82 per share.

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‘You can’t eat just one’ | Toledo bakery rising to Tuesday’s demand for paczki

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Bakery Unlimited “kneaded” all the help it could get on Monday as workers prepared for Fat Tuesday’s paczki rush.

Fat Tuesday is the biggest day of the year for the business as people come in to buy paczki, said head baker Ryan Watson. The bakery has been preparing for the day for over three weeks.

“We’re doing a lot today,” Watson said. “We’re doing about 1,200 dozen paczki today, and we’ll probably do the same amount if not more tomorrow.”

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Super Bowl Sunday brings big business for local restaurants

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Flats or drummies? That’s the question on Super Bowl Sunday.

Not just getting your favorite wings, but getting them before the game. That meant local businesses had to spend all day prepping for the pregame dinner rush.

“Typically we’re pretty busy on Super Bowl day,” Jaleo Young, manager of J’Mae’s Home Cooking said. “We go through plenty of wings.”

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Valentine’s Day creating opportunities and busy work schedules for local businesses

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Whether a person is looking for the fanciest night out or just offering a simple gesture, the Valentine’s Day celebration next week is expected to draw many northwest Ohioans to local businesses.

In the world of food, restaurants like Georgio’s Café International on North Superior Street in Toledo are expecting a sold-out dining room, but reservations are going to be a bit harder this year to get.

“We have problems with staffing, so the reservations; we will stop because we only have so many waitresses,” head chef and owner George Kamilaris said. “Then the kitchen is just me and another person, and my brother, after he seats all the other reservations, he comes and helps me, so it’s the same problem everyone else has.”

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This restaurant in Toledo, Ohio recently celebrated its grand opening

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A new wine bar offering food has come to Toledo.

In late January, Golden Hind Wine Bar celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, according to this social media post from Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce. Patrons can find Golden Hind in Toledo at 915 N Summit St. Prior to the grand opening, the wine bar started its soft opening phase on October 31, per this post from Golden Hind’s social media account.

Golden Hind’s menu, of course, includes a variety of wine offerings. The restaurant offers some white wines, a selection of red wines, rosé, and dessert wines. If you don’t drink alcohol, the eatery also serves a range of loose leaf teas and soft drinks.

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Pro Golf Fairways to open third location in downtown Toledo

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Pro Golf Fairways co-owner and contractor, Robert Walsh, was at the driving range when he met his current business partner, Jeff Manore. The reason they met? Bad golf.

“About twelve, thirteen years ago I was golfing so terribly that I went to the driving range and one of the patrons I about hit, told me to go back to basics. I realized I didn’t know the basics, so I went down there, and Jeff was giving lessons, and the rest is history,” said Walsh.

Years later, Walsh and Manore have opened two multisport simulator locations in the area. Now, they’re welcoming another to downtown Toledo.

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