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New Mediterranean restaurant opens in Sylvania

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A new restaurant is Sylvania is offering customers a unique dining experience.

Bloudan, which opened in July, is the only Mediterranean restaurant in the area. It sits in the Quarry Side Shops, 7430 Central Avenue, offering customers menu items such as lamb, beef, or chicken gyros, shish kabobs, and a soon-to-be wide collection of wine.

Owner Leo Dehabey shows how to prepare traditional Mediterranean salads, fattoush and tabouli, live on ‘Your Morning Saturday.'

Bloudan is open Sunday-Thursday 11:00 am-9:00 pm, Friday 11:00 am-10:00 pm, Saturday noon-10:00 pm. For more info call (419) 517-7545.

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