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Tony Packo’s and ‘M.A.S.H.’

Tony Packo's

I recently went to Toledo. The Real Seafood Company was a great choice on a Monday – great perch and clam chowder.

On my way to lunch, I spotted the sign for Tony Packo’s Cafe. So after lunch, I returned to check out the venerated venue mentioned often by Klinger in the hit “M.A.S.H.” TV series.

Packo’s was founded in 1932 as a hot dog restaurant in the Hungarian/Polish section of Toledo. A local woman I chatted with told me how much she liked the chicken paprikash. Sounded good to me, but I had to head east.

Edward Stevens, Stevens Strategic Communications

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