1800 Towne Park Drive
Troy, OH 45373
Phone: (937) 339-2525
Fax: (937) 339-2828
1800 Towne Park Drive, Troy, OH, US, 45373
- Phone: (937) 339-2525
- Fax: (937) 339-2828
Coldwater Cafe is a restaurant in a former bank building in the heart of Tipp City. The sophisticated restaurant is a lovely surprise for the small town of Tipp City with its inviting ambience, cozy fireplace, lovely upper deck and amazing food. Coldwater is like a whiff of fresh air, giving you that refreshment you need for that zing in your life. The menu is eclectic as well with dishes like the exotic Ostrich Filet, delicate Chilean Sea Bass, rich Gourmet Grilled Cheese and the yummy moist Carrot Cake. You will feel as if this place is your long last friend. A perfect place to celebrate all the occasions of life with your near and dear ones.
A unique rustic dining experience serving steaks, ribs, and fish.
Magnificent Chinese cuisine in an elegant dining environment including a sushi bar and cocktail lounge. Mr. Lee
This casual family style restaurant with a bar is the perfect place to meet up with friends, chat and have a great meal. You can visit their second Dayton location at 6930 Miller Lane.
An authentic Mexican environment with replicas of actual Mexican streets provides a fun and festive experience for the whole family.
Burkey Family Restaurant offers home cooked meals, homemade pies and bread.
A fine dining restaurant offering a true Chinese experience.
Offering "New Orleans style" seafood and an oyster bar.
Dine on your choice of American cuisine including steaks, chips, prime ribs, and chicken. Closed on Sundays.
The Amber Rose is an East European restaurant featuring traditional cuisines from Germany, Poland, Hungary, Russia and Italy. The restaurant has an old world charm to it as it is in an old building with stained glass windows and metal tile ceilings. The bar is made up of Turkish marble and serves rare European beverages, fine wine and beer list. If you want an adventure in food, The Amber Rose is one of the best places to try out the many delicacies that's been heard or unheard of but hardly tasted.