In the Press
The owner of Roost American restaurant at 580 Lincoln Park Blvd. adjacent to Fraze Pavilion in Kettering announced tonight, Oct. 31, that the restaurant would cease regular dinner service and change into a special-event and Fraze-concert-season-only venue, effective immediately.
“We have appreciated the support of the Roost American restaurant from our regular customer base but feel this will better serve the community as a whole,” Roost founder Dana Downs said in a release.
Downs said the restaurant will be open to the public for meals on major holidays, including Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Mother’s Day, and Easter, as well as during the Fraze concert season and for “pop-up” dinners.
The move has no impact on Roost Italian in Dayton’s Oregon District, where “operations have not been altered,” Downs said.
Roost American employees have been offered shifts at Roost Italian and have been encouraged to be part of the Roost American special-events team, Downs said. The chef-owner of Roost said she started her career with private catering events, “and this goes hand in hand with her vast experience and meeting the needs of our customer base.”
The Kettering space has been home to multiple restaurant concepts, including Harbor Lights, Lincoln Park Grille, Norton’s, Pavilion Grille, and The Tropics, which closed at the end of 2014. Downs opened the restaurant as Park City Club in late 2015, and changed its name to Roost American February 2017 to align it with its sister restaurant in Dayton. Roost Italian — formerly Roost Modern Italian — opened about six years ago at 524 E. Fifth St.
Booking of events at both Roost restaurants can be arranged by calling (937) 222-3100 or emailing events manager Brian Sharp at email@example.com.
The founder of Park City Club adjacent to Fraze Pavilion in Kettering will change the name of the restaurant to “Roost American” effective next week, aligning it with its sister restaurant Roost Modern Italian in Dayton’s Oregon District. read more…
Andy Rush, an up-and-coming Dayton musician, will be performing Tuesday nights 6pm to 9pm in the bar area of the restaurant. Check him out below- read more…
To start off the 2017 Winter Restaurant Week, Park City Club and sister restaurant, Roost Modern Italian will be at the Restaurant Week Sneak Peak Event tonight. The event will be held at the White Allen European Auto Group on 648 Springboro Pike. The event will be held from 5:30 to 8:30pm featuring Park’s famous French Onion Soup and Roost’s Tiramisu Bread Pudding. For more information visit http://dineoutdayton.com/events/jan-18/.
Park City Club and Roost Modern Italian are excited to host many new faces and old friends next week during Restaurant Week. Please join us at Park City Club Tuesday- Saturday evening beginning at 5 pm. for a special menu tasting. Roost Modern Italian will be serving Restaurant Week selections Tuesday- Sunday beginning at 5 pm.
Click the following to view both Park and Roost’s special Restaurant Week Menus: RW2017
We hope to see you next week. Feel free to contact us with any questions.
From the beginning of Park City Club last December, we have adapted to the desires of our guests. We believe that in order to remain successful we need to give the people what they want! Here at Park we offer a wide variety of dishes, wine pairings and original cocktails that can satisfy any pallet.
To better serve you the following are our new weekly hours and specials.
Dinner Hours: Tuesday to Saturday 5-10
Lunch Hours: Friday to Saturday 11-3
“Recess”: Tuesday to Thursday 5-7
30% off Select Wine Bottles: Wednesdays 5-10
Thursday Nights: live music and menu specials in the bar 5-10
**What is Recess? Recess is our exclusive happy hour served at the bar; featuring delectable small plates, an exceptional wine list, and inspired cocktails.