Downtown Toledo Welcomes Six Businesses
More and more businesses are opening up in downtown, just in time for warm weather perfect for exploring. New to calling downtown home in the past few weeks, six businesses are ready to welcome you. From yoga, to ice cream, kayaks and more, there's a little bit of something for everyone.
There’s a brand-new salon in town! After finding much success at their Northwood location, Bella Rose Beauty has opened a second location at Library Square in downtown Toledo. Salon services include hair cuts, coloring and styling, make up application, waxing, nail services, eyelash extensions and aesthetic services. Bella Rose Beauty is located at 915 Madison Ave. Book an appointment here.
Local events and catering business, Cork & Knife Provisions, has made 224 South Erie their new home. Located just across the street from the Erie Street Market building, Cork & Knife offers sit-down dining experiences in addition to their catering services. Upcoming ticketed events include 419 Back in Time, Mother’s Day Brunch & Blooms, Amalfi Coast Experience, Low Country Shrimp & Crab Boil and C&K Culinary Camp for Young Chefs. Visit their website here.
Downward dogs in downtown Toledo! Find your peace at downtown’s newest yoga studio, Downtown Yoga 419. The studio is located inside the Secor Building at 425 Jefferson Ave. Suite 400. Classes are offered on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at various times throughout the day. Book a class here.
Looking for a more sustainable way to shop? Visit Just Toledo’s storefront in the Davis Building at 909 Jefferson! Just Toledo sells home cleaning supplies, personal hygiene products, food pantry items and more as zero waste options. This means all items are sold in reusable containers. Items can be purchased in-store and online. Store hours are Thursdays from 11a-6p, Fridays from 10a-5p and Saturdays from 9a-3p. Browse products here.
Outdoor enthusiasts rejoice! Ridge and River is an outdoor equipment and apparel retail shop. After having much success as an online retailer, owners Kyle Boyers and Connor Scott decided to open a physical location in downtown Toledo. The store is located at 621 Adams St. Store hours are Tuesdays-Fridays from 11a-6p and Saturdays from 10a-5p. Items available for purchase include, apparel, shoes, camping equipment, kayaks, stand-up paddleboards, backpacks and more. Start shopping here.
I scream, you scream, we all scream for Swanky Scoops ice cream! Handmade ice cream is now made in a production kitchen at 130 10th Street. Swanky Scoops is available for purchase from their mobile ice cream cart, or local partners like Walt Churchill’s Market, The Original Sub Shop & Deli and the Dollop Shop. Additionally, Swanky Scoops offers exclusive, limited-edition flavor trios of their rich, French-style small batch ice cream each month. These special pints can be picked up at their production kitchen in downtown. Get your ice cream here.
ConnecToledo Downtown Development Corporation is a 501(c)3 organization committed to the redevelopment of downtown Toledo. This is accomplished by connecting public and private investment to facilitate the implementation of the Downtown Toledo Master Plan and other community priorities, including marketing, event management, environmental maintenance, safety and economic development services. The goal is an exceptional experience for those who invest, play, work, dine, shop and live in downtown.
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ConnecToledo Downtown Development Corporation
300 Madison Ave #0110
Toledo, OH 43604
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