Est 1932. Oh my oh my! That Tony & Rose - What a cute couple! Tony Packo's Cafe was a child of the great depression. It was 1932 when Tony Packo Sr, and his wife Rose were young, jobless and the parents of two young children, Nancy and Bob. A third child, Tony Jr., was born after World War II. Rose knew how to make a mean spicy chili and Tony could tend bar. Besides that, Tony had a great idea - take a smoked sausage, slice it in half and put in a bun with a hearty beef sauce - charge a nickel and call it a Tony Packo Hungarian Hot Dog. Rose's chili was the perfect partner to Tony's dogs, and soon two dogs and a chili became the cry behind the food counter at their corner restaurant. The tradition lives on! If you're ever in town, stop by and see us at our original location at 1902 Front Street in Toledo or at one of our other three locations - Meanwhile, thanks for buying our chili. Enjoy! - The Packo Family. US inspected and passed by Department of Agriculture. Taste of Toledo! It's the best of Toledo! Chili: Tony Packo's chili is second to non according to Toledoans. Best of Toledo! Voted best restaurant to take out-of-towners to!