Run by Ann and Roy Troyer, the sandwich shop was a known hangout for area teens needing an escape. Where Tip Top was more of an adult spot, Troyer’s was geared toward a younger crowd. “The owners would let us play music and dance after hours,” Mildred Karabec recalled fondly of her time there. The menu offered standard diner fare but it was Troyer’s sandwiches that it would be forever etched in the minds and palates of its former customers. When he wasn’t satiating the appetites of the hungry townsfolk, Roy honed his culinary skills as a cook at the Cleveland Browns’ training camp.