Toledo, OH (WTVG) – Are you looking for another way to enjoy downtown Toledo? If so, how about stopping by the newly renovated Holy Toledo Tavern restaurant in Hensville?
Formerly known as Nine, Holy Toledo Tavern is bringing together the rich history of the city and warm hospitality. As you enjoy your casual dining experience, you can expect to hear live music on Friday and Saturday nights.
With spring and summer on the horizon, you can check out a MudHens game from the outside dining area, overlooking Fifth Third Field.
The restaurant is located on North St. Clair Street, right beside Frickers, in the historic Warehouse District. You can start making your Friday night plans right now, as the grand opening is set for tonight at 5 P.M.
Beginning on Saturday, March 10, Holy Toledo Tavern will be open Tuesday through Saturday. The restaurant will usually be closed Sunday and Monday, but will be open for Walleye and Mud Hens games. Original hours are:
Tuesday – Thursday: 11 A.M. – 10 P.M.
Friday – Saturday: 1 A.M. – 11 P.M.