Friday, February 5, 2016

Tickets Available for First Friday Culinary Tour

During the Culinary Tour, ticket holders enjoy the demonstrations and samples featured at downtown dining establishments.

GREENVILLE, Ohio- When was the last time you enjoyed a meal in downtown Greenville? If it has been awhile, you won’t want to miss Main Street Greenville’s First Friday event in March, the Culinary Tour!

This ticketed event, held on Friday, March 4th from 6-9 pm allows you to eat and sip your way through the urban-spirited district and explore dining locations you haven't tried or places you need reintroduced to.

The tour will consist of 11 small groups, led by energetic tour guides. Each group will visit 10 downtown establishments who will highlight a sample for ticket holders. The 11 businesses featured on the tour include: Romer's Catering, The Bistro Off Broadway, The Don's Pizza, KitchenAid Experience, D'Alessios, Brenda's Beanery, The Merchant House, Janet's Broadway Bakery, Montage Cafe, the Darke County Welcome Center, and The Coffee Pot.

Sponsored by Romer’s Catering and Entertainment Facilities, the two and a half-hour guided tour will begin promptly at 6:00 pm, allowing plenty of time to shop and explore in the historic district at the end of the tour.

Tickets will be available at Brenda's Beanery for $20 each, starting Monday, February 8th. There are only 120 tickets available for the exclusive fundraising event for Main Street Greenville.

If you purchase tickets, it is very important you arrive in time for the tour to begin exactly at 6:00 pm. To remain fair to the other ticket holders, we will be unable to wait for those who arrive late. Each ticket will list a starting location, based upon which group you have been placed with. Report to the starting location listed on your ticket to join your tour guide and group.

First Friday events are presented by Main Street Greenville, a non-profit organization that supports downtown Greenville, Ohio through stimulating and supporting revitalization efforts, historic preservation and economic growth. Learn more about the organization on their website,, or follow them on Facebook. You can contact them at or 937-548-4998.

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