Showing posts from September, 2015

Trotters Tavern

Trotters Tavern119 N. Main St. 
Located in the heart of Bowling Green, Trotters Tavern is an excellent place to enjoy delicious cuisine and small town charm. A favorite amongst the community, Trotters has been locally owned for over 15 years.

The restaurant holds a maximum of 58 guests which may attribute to it's authentic feel. Not interested in a fancy dinner? Guests can enjoy the atmosphere from the bar while drinking a craft beer off one of their many revolving taps, or a glass of their favorite wine.

The inside is rustic, but filled with modern day touches like Keno for those who enjoy a little entertainment with their meal.

Trotters is known for their brown jug steak dinner, and residents will tell you that it's worth every penny. The sauce is what makes this meal special, and don't bother asking what's in it because the staff won't tell. The recipe still remains a secret.

Not interested in the brown jug steak dinner? Opt for their brown jug chicken. Meanwhile,…

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Painted Clovers

Painted Clovers
116 S. Main Street
Bowling Green, Ohio 
Hours: Tuesday-Friday 11am-6pm
Saturday 11am-4pm
(419) 494-8388

New to the downtown scene, is the store Painted Clovers. Owner, Shaun Mcquitty, opened the business a year ago because she has a passion for taking something old and making it new again. She creates beautiful selections of art and furniture out of old pieces that otherwise could have been thrown out or destroyed. She takes pride in knowing that she is giving these pieces another 100 years or more. Shaun believes this trend isn't going anywhere for a while, and she is right. In addition to being a great store for gifts and home decor, Shaun also offers paint classes. How cool!

For Keeps

For Keeps  144 South Main Street
Bowling Green, OH 43402

Amy Craft Ahrens is not new to the Bowling Green area. She grew up working at Ben Franklin, her family's business. After many years of experience in Chicago Amy decided to come back to Bowling Green and open up her own shop in 1997 called For Keeps.

For Keeps is a three level shop that specializes in home decorations, personal gifts, accessories and much more.  Some aspects you will find that are intriguing about For Keeps is that they will be happy to wrap the gift you buy. Thus, saving you time and ensuring that your gift is presented beautifully. Another aspect is that Amy puts pride in finding new and unique items to have in her store. For Keeps will even special order items for you if you can not find that special gift. In addition to the great customer service For Keeps always has an offer you can not refuse.

If you are to busy to stop by For Keeps has a website you can visit at any time (  You ca…

Beckett's Burger Bar

Downtown Bowling Green has so many great restaurants and businesses to explore, and one restaurant that is definitely worth visiting is Beckett’s Burger Bar. Located in Downtown Bowling Green on 146 North Main Street, Beckett’s is a family-owned business purchased in 2007 that really focuses on catering to both the community of Bowling Green and BGSU students alike. One of the members of the Strata family will usually be doing something around the restaurant at any given time. This truly creates a family business feel, and the Stratas ultimately considers their customers to be part of the "Beckett Family".

Beckett’s is open for lunch and dinner, opening at 11:30 am Tuesday through Sunday, and 3:00 pm on Monday. Happy hour is offered every day from 3:00-7:00 pm, during which many different options are offered depending on the day. On Sunday, an all-day happy hour is offered. Though known for their burgers, Beckett’s offers a wide array of salads, wraps, and appetizers. There …