Want to spend time in a historic building to soak up past glory? Would you like to visit a traditional place with the most modern amenities and entertainment? Are you ready to enjoy all types of entertainment under one roof? If the answer is an emphatic yes, then it’s time to spend a weekend at The Oliver House.
The Oliver House is a unique destination for fine and casual dining and bar hopping. This historic location also has a bakery, brewery, market, gallery and theater. It is a 154-year old magnificent pre-Civil War building listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the Historic American Building Survey. It is also a major center of attraction in Toledo, Ohio.
The Oliver House hosts the Maumee Bay Brewing, a member of the Craft Brewers Association in Ohio noted for its exceptional locally brewed craft beer. Some of these include:
• Craft ales
• Buckeye beer
The Oliver House also shelters Rockwell’s Steakhouse, where diners can savor the most delectable meals in Toledo. The most delicious, freshest meat and seafood are worth enjoying every day. The food service is excellent, and the ambience is charming. The attractions at Rockwell’s include:
• Outstanding wines
• Piano-playing bartenders
• Full menu options
Maumee Bay Brew Pub, on the other hand, serves America’s favorite comfort food while one enjoys a view of 500-gallon brew tanks. The specialties of this place are:
• Delicious appetizers
• Wood-fire brick oven pizzas
• Build-your-own burgers
Mutz Bar is the perfect place for sports lovers. The bar has great beer and food, along with pool and dart games.
The Café is the ideal place for anybody who wants to relax, eat a perfect lunch and surf the web through the free Wi-Fi connection. The fantastic fresh menu includes:
Petite Fours Patisserie delights the taste buds with delicious desserts.
The Oliver House encourages local and regional art and hosts regularly scheduled special events. The South Wing Gallery displays work of many talented artists, and the North Coast Theatre group stages dramatic plays.
The historic building is centrally located with banquet space and private rooms for special events. For more information, visit www.theoliverhousetoledo.com.