Good to Go in Bowling Green offers homemade comfort food
By Matthew Kent- When Deb Weiser opened up Good to Go in Bowling Green, she had her reasons for doing so.
“We decided there was not a place to go in this town and get take-out food made from scratch,” Weiser said. “Bowling Green is not a big restaurant town; there’s a lot of chains and there are some burger places that are not chains and there’s a couple breakfast diners, but there’s no places to go get yourself a meatloaf and some mashed potatoes made from scratch.”
The business located on West Wooster Street opened in May 2012 and offers sandwiches, soups, salads, in addition to plate specials that include quiches, meatloaf and lasagna. Deb said Good to Go’s best-selling item is the chicken salad.
On Oct. 25, Good to Go will hold a fine dining event that will include brisket as the main entrée and four other courses at a cost of $40 per person. Good to Go also offers catering services to the public throughout the year.
“We do holiday catering, we’ll do a whole meal,” Deb said. “We’ve done a ham and turkey dinner for 30 people on Christmas Day, so anything around any of the holidays, from a whole meal to a bunch of pies or sides or if you don’t want to cook your own turkey.”
Dessert items can also be ordered at the business and Deb said carrot cake is the most popular item, but cobblers and coconut cream pie can also be found as well.
Show your support for local businesses! Call Deb at 419-378-3032; visit Good to Go at 1220 W. Wooster St., Bowling Green; email Deb at email@example.com or visit the website at http://www.goodtogobg.com or their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/GoodToGoBG.