It is our mission to provide Xenia: Great Food & Fun Everyday of the Week. Building a place where people of all ages discover enjoyable dining, service, quality, affordable prices and friendships: a place to call home.
Nick's Restaurants Goal
To obtain a Sunday Liquor License by the request of our customers enabling them to order something other than beer on a Sunday while dining.
Life-long Xenia resident and GCAVTT Committee member, Jim Kennedy, talks about honoring all veterans, including his father's service in WWII, and what being a part of this event means to him personally - www.youtube.com/watch?v=mPQO6sQPG1Q
Patriot Flags of Honor Fundraiser
Please sponsor a flag to honor our Veterans!
click here for the order form
Legacy Village is participating in the Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s TM, the nation's largest event to raise awareness and funds to fight Alzheimer’s disease. The walk is on September 29th, 2012 at Antioch College in Yellow Springs. Check-in begins at 9 am and the walk begins at 10 am.
Any employer participating in a WORKERS' COMPENSATION GROUP RATING PROGRAM, that incurred a claim during the GREEN year or the year prior must complete 2 hours of safety training to be compliant with Ohio BWC guidelines.
Attend a FREE, 1/2 day safety seminar being presented by Freund, Freeze & Arnold
The Schindler Banquet Center is now offering boxed lunch delivery on Wednesdays. This a healthy and tasty alternative to going out for fast food. We are offering sandwiches and salads and includes a chip option or roll, fresh fruit and gourmet brownie. The cost is 7.50 and free delivery for orders of 10 or more. We can also do drop-off catering. Please call us at 352-1050 to order.
Hidden “Treasure” has been uncovered on the east wall of the Toward Independence, Inc. building at 87 E. Main Street in downtown Xenia,” according to Toward Independence, Inc. (TII) Board Chairperson, David Springsteen. “We were excited to hear that our contractor uncovered two inlaid brick “O”s on the east side of the building where we are removing deteriorating stucco. We think the “O’s were created a century ago for Xenia’s Orpheum Theater. Preserving these ornately bricked “O”s and sharing them with the public is a great way for TII to pay homage to Xenia’s past.”