Casual, lively longtime landmark built around a trolley car, serving American bites.
On Feb. 5, 1994, the Art City Trolley Restaurant officially opened its doors. After locating the 1931 Brill Bullet Trolley car in an almost abandoned state some six months earlier, Jeff and Kelly Decker along with numerous family members and friends restored the Trolley Car and converted it into a small road-side diner that boasted seating for 26 people. Thanks to a supportive community, (and some great food), 2 years later the small diner grew to a seating capacity of 115 with the addition of the "Trolley Station" that stands today. Their menu includes baby back ribs and delicious salads.
Jeff Decker, owner of Art City Trolley, is also a licensed Harley Davidson sculptor. Many of his sculptures can be seen in the restaurant.