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Perrysburg DORA expansion now in effect, Levis Commons coming soon

The expanded boundaries for the downtown DORA now include 5th Street Pub and Rosaria's.

PERRYSBURG, Ohio — The downtown Perrysburg DORA has expanded, with the new boundaries officially in effect on Thursday.

A "DORA" is a designated outdoor refreshment area, where those 21 and older can walk around outside with a drink in hand.

Rosaria's and 5th Street Pub are the newest establishments to be included, joining six others: Inside the Five, Perrysburgers, Rose and Thistle, Stella's, Swig and Zingo.

"The expanded DORA will make it easy for visitors to enjoy the historic charm of our downtown area as well as events such as our weekly Farmers Market while supporting local businesses," Perrysburg Mayor Tom Mackin said.

The downtown Perrysburg DORA goes from noon - 10 p.m. seven days a week. You'll have until 11 p.m. to finish your drink.

These expanded boundaries now span 53.6 acres. There are signs around town that indicate specifically where the DORA ends. Specifically, it goes from the north side of Fifth Street, between the east side of Walnut Street and west side of Elm Street, proceeding north to the south side of Front Street and includes the area from the south side of Front Street to the Maumee River, along Louisiana Avenue and the City of Perrysburg property.

The Ohio Division of Liquor Control also approved the addition of a DORA at the Towne Center at Levis Commons. It is expected to go into effect sometime this summer.


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