Fostoria /fɑːsˈtʊəriːə/ is a city located at the convergence of Hancock, Seneca, and Wood counties in the northwestern part of the U.S. state of Ohio. It is approximately 40 miles (64 km) south of Toledo and 90 miles (140 km) north of Columbus.
4.5 based on 69 reviews
The pork osso buco was excellent. First time and it came with baked apples and a sauce that paired well. I have had beef osso buco from Andre at Il Posto in Denver and this dish was as good if not better. The chef at Kemosabes should get a medal. Highly recommended restaurant!
4 based on 11 reviews
Stopped by at lunch time. Hot dogs are very good. Service was excellent. The People are friendly. The place is clean. Price is right so if your in the area you should give it a try.
4.5 based on 27 reviews
Excellent BBQ. Good little salad bar. Friendly Waite staff. Good specials. AMAZING desserts! Definitely stop in if you are in the area. Been in business over 75 years!!!
4 based on 2 reviews
Felt like I was back in the early 70's. Ice cream was extra thick and creamy not filled with air and much less expensive than the majority of DQ's we have visited. Everyone was very friendly!
4.5 based on 17 reviews
Nice little neighborhood place to grab a bite to eat. WE LOVED their chicken wings but they got rid of them :-( They are known for their chicken chunks and those are really good. A couple of sauces to pick from. Great size and good taste. But do yourself a favor and share or eat them all when you get them. They do not heat up well later for some reason. Sample platter is good for people to share. Nice decor. (Glad they replaced the blue walls). Clean overall. Good deal on Tuesday for the chunks.
4 based on 17 reviews
Pretty good food for a Mexican restaurant in the North. Enchiladas with mozzarella cheese was a first for me. Very good service, clean facility.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
This is an independent pizza shop in Fostoria, Ohio, and the owners take pride in making great food for reasonable prices. They offer a lunch buffet during the week, which is very affordable. The seating area is on the small side, but the food is excellent. The employees are very friendly and helpful. Worth checking out!
5 based on 5 reviews
My wife and I visited the Whistle Stop Deli on Wednesday September 7, 2016. We walked there from the Fostoria RailPark which is a quick 5 minute walk away. The small store has a few few grocery items and a medium size deli. There is inside seating at a few tables in a room loaded with railroad goodies. We ordered a couple of 12" Turkey club subs and walked back to the RailPark with them. The sandwiches each came with a bag of chips and a pickle. The sandwiches were very good. The lightly toasted bread was soft and tasty and the Turkey was flavorful. The bacon was terrific, well done and crispy. We paid $7.99 for each sub and it was well worth it. We will be back. If you spend time at the Iron Triangle RailPark, you've got to go to the Whistle Stop.
La Grange Park, Illinois
3.5 based on 14 reviews
This was my first time to a Bob Evans. I thoroughly enjoyed it. In fact, we ate here twice. Had a late supper when we got into town and the next day had lunch here. The menu is quite extensive and breakfast is served all day. The first night I had pancakes and bacon (for supper) and they were excellent. The next day I had the pot roast sandwich for lunch and it was outstanding. I kind of wish we ate there one more time so I could have tried the chicken. Like I say, the menu is quite extensive filled with good old American dishes. I would definitely eat at a Bob Evans again.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
I traveled to Fostoria with family for the Iron Triangle and Rail Fest. This restaurant was close to our hotel and we stopped in for breakfast before we left and it was well worth it. Good place that is nice and clean, great family feel. Had a great meal with no complaints with the food or the service. Would definitely eat there again.
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