Registry Bistro is located in the heart of the Toledo’s entertainment district in the old Secor Hotel, which was built in 1906. After the hotel closed and underwent many transformations, the building was finally meticulously renovated and today serves as the home of distinguished tenants like the Toledo Opera – and Registry Bistro. The main dining room of Registry Bistro is exceptionally modern with concrete floors and high cement pillars.
The ambience is not at all harsh, however, as the warm wood of the furniture, the soft gray of the walls, and the magnificent French doors that open to the outside dining space add warm and welcoming touches. The menu is another mix of classic and modern, and celebrated chef Erika Rapp, who works with local producers to stock the kitchen with only the freshest seasonal ingredients of the highest quality, expertly prepares delicious fare.
She serves New American Cuisine with her own superb flare. The tapas, small plates that encourage sharing between friends, are her particular specialty. Try delectable concoctions like Scotch Olives - green olives that have been generously stuffed with finely herbed goat cheese, layered with chorizo, coated with bread crumbs, and then deep fried. You will love every morsel. The wine list features many choices from small wineries and local and European wines, and you can also order American craft beers.
144 N Superior St, Toledo, Ohio, Phone: 419-725-0444
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