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Recently Reviewed

March 12, 2010

Stylish, Sophisticated, Delicious: Stella’s Restaurant and Bar Review


ToledoMenu Staff

Stella’s atmosphere is ideal for dining; rich wood and brass, seating that makes guests feel enjoyably involved yet secluded enough to make conversation easy, lit-well without being over-lit. The decor is stylish and sophisticated, with a beautiful oak bar, paintings commissioned for the restaurant, wine racks, hand-blown glass work, and several comfortable dining areas.

The service was quite good; efficient and courteous. Our waitress was very friendly and knowledgeable - during


August 19, 2009

Bring Your Friends and Share a Meal: Poco Piatti Review


Lyn (Guest Reviewer)

Poco Piatti has some great food, a nice atmosphere, and great servers (well, usually), but it is also fairly expensive to get a meal there that will fill you up.

The secret to Poco is to bring a couple friends, for after all, this is a Tapas restaurant. For those not familiar, this means that most the plates served only include a sampling of the ordered food. You are supposed to order 2-3 of these “small plates” and then share them with friends who, in theory, have done the same


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