Troy Hill is a close-knit community with lots of great options for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Whether you’re craving something from a local café, or some comfort food from the neighborhood bar, here are five great places to eat in Troy Hill.

1. Scratch Food & Beverage

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This cozy spot serves New American food as well as beer, wine and cocktails. There’s an amazing cavatelli pasta, noteworthy barramundi fish and yummy snacks like marinated olives. More information on Scratch Food & Beverage can be found here.

2. Pear & the Pickle

Restaurants in Troy HillThis homey café serves breakfast and lunch as well as coffee and baked goods. Summertime goods include a mouthwatering blueberry buckle. There’s also a mean bacon, egg and cheese and an incredible turkey reuben and soup of the day. More information on Pear & the Pickle can be found here.

3. Threadbare Cider House

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This cider house and meadery serves brunch and dinner. Pizza is served on either their classic sourdough crust or polenta. Desserts are delicious and perfect with some cider, like a chocolate chip oatmeal cookie or apple hand pie. More information on Threadbare Cider House can be found here.

4. Mt. Troy Inn

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The Mt. Troy Inn is a true neighborhood spot, with lots of great food, a fun atmosphere and nice bartenders. Anything fried is available here, from fried mushrooms to fried provolone sticks to fried pickles and more. Best of all, prices are affordable. More information on Mt. Troy Inn can be found here.

5. Frank’s Pizza and Chicken

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If you’re looking for quality delivery from a local spot, Frank’s is it. Enjoy hand-tossed pizzas with all your favorite toppings, soft and warm breadsticks and of course their famous buffalo chicken and Frankie fries. More information on Frank’s can be found here.

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