Starr56, RobJeff, mom2
Thank you for clarifying to me. Like I said before, I have no real need (or desire) to be affiliated to Sylvania.
That being said, mom2, I think you're missunderstanding my tone when I use the word boasting. I actually had to look up that they were in Sylvania Township, because up until yesterday I thought St. James Square was in Toledo proper. Which was part of my confusion.
I should have been more clear. I don't disagree that they should not have the right to advertise they reside in Sylvania (Township) but the way they went about it, made me think that it was on Main St. in downtown Sylvania by Haymarket Square, rather than by McCord Rd. When I found out it was in the same plaza as Frogtown Johnnie's, I was surprised.
Even their facebook page states their address as:
6725 W Central Ave Unit A, Sylvania, OH.
I guess I had a different picture in my head of where it was going to be because I have been known to hang out in St. James, and I don't consider that Sylvania at all. Though, apparently, I should start. It's much like how I consider Springfield Township by it's location and addresses. The Township with a Holland address means a different area than one with a Toledo address.
I did look at a couple other restaurants in the area. Max & Erma's considers that venue the 'Sylvania Location' as do a couple others.
Maybe it's just me being oversensitive to marketing and it really isn't a big deal. I guess I was just more surprised no one else found this odd.
Thank you for explaining the finite details of how a conclusion was made. I consider all of these things very good reasons why it could be considered Sylvania.
My intention was never to bash the restaurant (which I actually did like), Sylvania or any of its residents, nor any of the TTers who I have grown to really respect, but instead voice a question that has been bothering me as someone who pays attention to weird details because of my OCD. :/
Next time I just might stick to my coffeeshops and the restaurants in the heart of downtown so I don't anger the suburbanites by asking questions. (I kid, mom2)