Local Spotlight //Miamiville Trailyard 

Fall is still a perfect time to go bike riding, especially if you are wanting to escape the city for a bit of fresh air. I really did not get into riding bikes until recently, and it really does showcase how pretty Ohio is in the Fall. Since living abroad, and in different states in the US, I still find myself exploring the Ohio + Kentucky region, and eventually ended up moving here. 8 years later I am still finding new favorite eateries that also involve nature and activities that enhance the area even more . There is something about Ohio in the Fall that is not to be taken for granted. On our way to the Little Miami Scenic Trail, we came across a new restaurant worth heading out of the city and venturing to, Miamiville Trailyard. Miamiville trailhead is a gorgeous, modern looking building, with yummy burgers, and a great outdoor space for live music. The restaurant literally sits right off of the Miami Bike trail. With plenty of outdoor tables, and two floors of indoor space that walks out to the gorgeous outdoor space for live music. Make sure to try their Breakfast Burger, a Crisp Goetta, bacon, lettuce, American cheese and a fried egg. All of their burgers are a custom blend of fresh Chuck, Brisket, and Short Rib.Served on a toasted brioche bun with fries.Gluten Free buns are available at request. We will definitely be back, make sure to wear your biking shoes and stretchy pants!

Click here to be directed to Miamiville Trailyards official website //

Miami Trailyard // 513-248-9200

368 Center Street

Miamiville, Ohio 45147


Full Kitchen Hours – 11 am to 9 pm Tuesday-Sunday

Closed Monday

Bar Hours – 11 am to 11 pm Sunday & Tuesday – Thursday

Bar Hours Weekends –  11 am to 11 pm


368 Center Street

Miamiville, Ohio 45147

368 Center Street, Miamiville, Ohio  45147

We are located in beautiful Miamiville. It’s only 7 minutes from downtown Montgomery, 6 minutes from Old Milford, and 11 minutes from the center of Loveland! It’s on the corner of Route 126 and Wards Corner Road, only a mile west from the 275 exit. And when you’re on a bike, it’s halfway between Milford and Loveland on the bike trail ( mm 47.5 ), and we intend to make it your favorite stop.

(Google maps displays Loveland, but it’s really Miamiville; either will get you here if you use 368 Center STREET)

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