Historic-themed dinner set for Vistula HouseWritten by Michael Miller | Editor in Chief Emeritus | firstname.lastname@example.org
Toledo’s Vistula District is inviting you to take a step back in time for a dinner party.
Set in the dining room of the 1865 Vistula house, the feast will be served surrounded by decor representative of the Victorian era. Among 14 course options, highlights will include teriyaki-style salmon with rice pilaf, a filet of beef with mushroom demi-glace and Cornish game hen a l’orange.
The house will host three dinners, all starting at 6 p.m., April 26-28. Ten people can attend each evening. Tickets cost $100 a person and can be reserved by calling (419) 389-3452.
Proceeds will go to the Historic Vistula Foundation, a nonprofit that aims to preserve historical properties.
The Vistula District predates Toledo’s incorporation and includes large homes, smaller dwellings, corner stores and ethnic churches.