Sibcy Cline Vandalia was busy this weekend in Tipp City. It was the annual Christmas in the Village Home Tour and the office sponsored a booth.
Agents served warm, spiced cider along with homemade cookies. (Everyone in the office baked at least three dozen cookies – nothing was store bought.)
The event had nearly 1,500 tickets sold for the tour of six historical homes that were all decked out for the holidays.
The agents were cold, but warmed up splendidly handing out all of their treats!
Coldwater Cafe in Tipp City, Ohio made it on the list of the top 100 American Fare restaurants per Open Table.
Why this restaurant? This establishment offers fine meals in a small-town setting with a cozy atmosphere. It has an interesting menu that you can preview here. Do you eat ostrich? You can enjoy it at this restaurant!
About Open Table
Open Table is an online restaurant reservation website seating more than 12 million diners every month to 30,000+ restaurants.
Other Area Restaurants Making This List
Orchids at Palm Court and Boca in Cincinnati, Ohio also made the top100 list!
A huge tradition in Tipp City, Ohio is the annual Christmas In The Village Home Tour. This event benefits several Tipp City non-profit organizations.
On December 7, 2013, those on the tour will enjoy amazing holiday-decorated homes, strolling carolers as well as goodies from vendors selling hot spiced cider and roasted chestnuts and other tasty treats. Some Tipp citizens add to the day by wearing historical costumes.
Six historic homes will be on tour showing off their holiday finery. Bring your camera, because there will be “Over The Top Tabletops” decorated by ASID-certified designers.
Tickets for this event can be ordered here.
Questions about this event? Contact Jackie Halderman of Sibcy Cline Vandalia. She is active in this community!
About Tipp City
Tipp City is located along I-75 six miles north of I-70 and boasts a small town look. The popular historic district has a walkable canal-era downtown district with charming shops and restaurants as well as many historic homes from the 1800s.
The city was first named Tippecanoe after President William Henry Harrison’s nickname and was founded along the Miami and Erie Canal.