TOLEDO, Ohio — Looking for some tacos, a hot dog or a fresh cup of coffee? Maybe all three? Lowrider Cafe in downtown Toledo has everything you're craving - and probably more.
The quaint building on N. Michigan houses one of the most inviting stops in the 419.
As soon as you walk in, you're greeted with familiarity, whether it's your first time in or not.
The dining area has a few cafe-style tables for those who want to be a served from a distance, but there's no loss in quality or optics by taking out.
The portions are almost as large as the menu (seriously, I'm not sure how the chef's do it) serving a variety of nostalgic fare, from walking tacos to hot dogs and some of their very own comforting creations.
Keeping up with its welcoming charm, the Lowrider Cafe menu makes accommodations for almost any dietary restriction. There's a vegan menu (try the ABC taco, you won't be sorry) and almost any dish can be made with a corn tortilla for those who are gluten intolerant.
Not only do they have a massive food menu, but their creativity shines with the full list of coffee-inspired drinks. If you love peanut butter, the Buckeye blended latte should be on the top of your list to try.
Even when busy, which they often are, they seem to make every customer a priority. Many stuffy corporate places claim their customers are family, but Lowrider seems to truly mean it.
You can find Lowrider Cafe at 316 N. Michigan St. in Toledo. It's open from 7 a.m. - 3 p.m. on Monday through Thursday, from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. on Friday and 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. on Saturday.
To learn more about Lowrider Cafe and check out the menu, you can find its website by clicking here.