Make plans now to head out to Old North Dayton for a four course craft beer dinner, which kicks off a year long celebration of Amber Rose’s 25th anniversary. Originally built in 1910 by Sigmund Ksiezopolski, it ran as a general store and deli named Sig’s up until the 1980′s. The family ran the general store downstairs and resided upstairs as their family quarters. The National Guard stayed with the family during the Great Flood of 1913. In 1989 Elinor Sluzas acquired the building with the intention of opening a restaurant. Before the scheduled grand opening there was a horrific fire and a portion of the building had to be rebuilt. The restaurant officially opened for business in 1990. Elinor may have retired but her recipes have stayed the same.
On Thursday, February 26th at 6:30pm Amber Rose will host a tasting for beer and foodie fans in their upstairs dining room. Owner Joe Castellano shared the pairing menu with us:
To reserve your seat for just $30 for call Amber Rose at 937.228-2511. The restaurant is located at 1400 Valley Street, with plenty of free parking in their own well lighted parking lot.