Slidin’ Dirty Celebrates Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Friday

Festivities to Include Grand Opening Party

TROY>> Slidin’ Dirty, a new restaurant in Downtown Troy will celebrate its Grand Opening with a ribbon cutting at 9 First Street this Friday, January 30th at 4:30pm as part of the Troy Night Out festivities.

Slidin’ Dirty, originally a food truck, gained quick popularity when it began operation in 2012. Owners Tim and Brooke Taney started looking for a permanent home almost immediately as their gourmet slider concept attracted national attention.

“We quickly outgrew our truck” Tim said “and we knew that Troy was the right place for us to open our first brick and mortar. We had a wonderful experience working with the team at Sequence Development in designing a restaurant that is unique and really fits our aesthetic.”

The ribbon cutting for Slidin’ Dirty will take place at 4:30 p.m. and include Mayor Lou Rosamillia and County Executive Kathleen Jimino, as well as the restaurant owners and property owner, including Sequence Development President Jeffrey Buell.

Slidin’ Dirty is part of a $2.5 million revitalization of properties on First Street in Downtown Troy by Sequence Development. The total project includes 9 apartments, three retail spaces, and three commercial office spaces.

“We have been so excited to see this block of Downtown Troy really come to life with Slidn’ Dirty’s opening” Sequence owner Jeffrey Buell said. “We are thrilled to have partnered with Tim and Brooke, and look forward to years of success.”

As part of the celebration, Slidin’ Dirty will be holding a Grand Opening Party from 6pm to 9pm with merchandise give always, free food and drink samples and live music. The public is invited to attend.


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