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Townhouse Restaurant is Worth the Drive

NATALIE COOK | LIFESTYLE

The Townhouse, serving steaks and prime rib, has a lot to offer with its mouth-watering food that has customers coming back every week. Townhouse is a restaurant that is locally owned by the Argyres family. The food is inspired through their Greek culture and has a unique menu including lamb and fried catfish.

From the moment someone walks into the restaurant to the moment they walk out they feel welcomed. The servers, owners, and chef will make sure the food is satisfying or else they will take it back and make something different. The location, however, will be a drive to Central and Wyoming. Consider it a scenic tour of Route 66. The restaurant may sometimes be empty, but in that scenario everyone working there will start a conversation with you and make the situation less awkward, as they do for my family.

Photo by http://thenewtownhouse.comcastbiz.net/ The restaurant is hard to miss considering there is a cow statue on the roof.

Photo by http://thenewtownhouse.comcastbiz.net/ The restaurant is hard to miss considering there is a cow statue on the roof.

For a person who is up for quality food that is enjoyable and somewhat adventurous, I would highly recommend stopping by Townhouse. You will most definitely want to come back again to get another taste of the delicious food. After you go to Townhouse once, you will be intrigued and addicted and feel as if it is necessary to go back. I rate Townhouse five out of five stars.

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1 Comment

  1. Jackson Barr says:

    I have also been to this restaurant and I would also say that is is five out of five stars! It tastes great. I would defiantly go back to the Townhouse!

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