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Trotta’s Steak and Seafood Restaurant celebrates ribbon-cutting in Dayton Main Street District

Bob Slusher, Dayton Main Street Board, Micheal Giffen, Dayton City Manger, Dayton Mayor Virgil Boruske, Mr. Trotta, Kathleen Trotta, Owner, Joe Neary, Dayton City Council, Jeff Volter, Dayton City Council, Denny Lynn, Dayton City Council, Ben Baker, Dayton Vice-Mayor.

The Trotta’s Steak and Seafood celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony officiated by Dayton Mayor Virgil Boruske. The full service restaurant is located at 441 Sixth Avenue, in the Dayton Main Street District.

Trotta’s Steak and Seafood is owned by Kathleen Trotta. She has decades of experience in the restaurant business, including at O’Fallon’s on the Dayton Riverfront in the 1980s. 

Kathleen Trotta described Trotta’s Steak and Seafood as, “an upscale casual restaurant featuring fresh steak and seafood. We’ll serve great food with a full bar service at a reasonable price. A great place to bring family and friends”

A peak inside

This ribbon cutting will mark the third new business opening up in Dayton’s Main Street District in the past couple of months. Dayton Mayor Virgil Boruske said, “Trotta’s Steak and Seafood, joins our growing list of new businesses that have been attracted to Dayton through our Commercial Community Advantage Program. There is a lot of excitement in community about all the new businesses opening in Dayton, and we look forward to have another ribbon cutting, soon.”

For more information on the City of Dayton’s Commercial Community Advantage Program (CCAP) visit the city’s web site or contact Dayton’s Main Street Manager Robert Yoder at 859-491-1600 or via email at ryoder@daytonky.com.

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