The Renaissance of Tiffin has announced that it will be adding a second business venture for Historic Downtown Tiffin.
Owner Dave Spridgeon recently purchased a food truck, fondly named “The Pink Lady.”
The pink GMC truck will be found on the weekends at or near The Renaissance of Tiffin as a supplement to the business.
“Tiffin and Seneca County have been great to The Renaissance and I wish to continue bringing unique experiences to our community. As the Historic Downtown continues to grow, we as business owners must do the same,” Spridgeon said.
The Pink Lady will allow guests the ability to purchase food and take it into the bar.
As spring and summer unfold, the desire is to have the truck at local events, near the East Green Concert Series, The Downtown Farmers Markets and for other businesses that would like the truck to be in their lot.
The truck is equipped with two fryers, a flat top grill, soup and chili holding, bun warmers and commercial crock pots.
The truck also can be requested for private parties, bridal and groom showers or other events. The menu is to be revealed soon.
The Renaissance of Tiffin opened in 2017. It invokes the feel of the Roarin’ 20s, with its copper bar tops, high-top tables, 1920s-style furniture, couches and Persian rugs.
The theme is carried through to the staff members, who dress in period clothes and play 1920s jazz while patrons sip on bourbon, whisky, beer and wine.
For more information or to inquire about parties, contact Spridgeon at firstname.lastname@example.org or (419) 722-3394.
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