We were glad to find this nice restaurant tucked in among some quaint shops in downtown Perrysburg, not far from I 475. The bar looked hospitable & thankfully, it is positioned away from the door, as was the music on a Thursday evening. We were seated upstairs, good for conversation. Server was sincere in explaining which appetizers would be good to share. Tablemate tried the pork belly french toast with me -- Yummy ! The prime rib queen cut allowed for left-overs & the walleye was light & grilled just right. There are different types of accompaniments & you can pick others from the menu with a slight price increase. I regret not buying the beautiful hand-blown glass piece -- larger ones are hanging from the ceiling.
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