Tony Packo's Locations
This interactive map shows Tony Packo's Locations. Tony's famous sausage-and-sauce sandwich was a product of the money shortage of the Great Depression.
Tony's creation was called the Hungarian hot dog because Tony was Hungarian-American and lived in a Hungarian neighborhood. Until Toledo-born Tony invented it, there was no such thing as a Hungarian hot dog, say those who know the Old Country's food.
Packo's food was an instant hit in the neighborhood. The restaurant is still run by the Packo family - by Tony and Rose's children; Tony Jr. and Nancy, and Nancy's son, Robin.