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The streets of Italy hit Dayton!

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Piada’s fast-casual concept takes off south of town By Brandy King   Photo: Angel hair pasta with diavolo sauce and Italian sausage at Piada   A few years ago, one of the cofounders of Bravo sold his stakes in the company and launched the concept of a fast-casual Italian eatery. Piada made its debut in Columbus, […]

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Mexican Mecca

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Taqueria Mixteca shows the West Side their best side  By: Tom Baker   Photo: Huarache with carnita at Taqueria Mixteca in Trotwood East Dayton’s Taqueria Mixteca, recognized as one of the top taco connections in town, now has a location in Trotwood on Shiloh Springs Road. The original location on East Third Street has been serving […]

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Sit up. Lay down. Roll over!

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Your dog deserves a treat from Lindy & Company By Tom Baker Photo: Lindy’s Sampler and the latest favorite, PB & Bacon Bones I’m a big fan of social enterprise, the business model that uses conventional methods as a means to a socially beneficial end. Businesses like celebrity chef Jaime Oliver’s Fifteen – a culinary apprenticeship […]

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Something yummy at White Lotus

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Authentic Thai food downtown By Brian P. Sharp Photo: Panang curry with white rice at White Lotus How many times have you passed the White Lotus – previously known as White Tower  restaurant, and still sporting the Yummy Burger sign from its last incarnation – at the northeast corner of Patterson Boulevard and Third Street and […]

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Taste the rainbow

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Out-and-proud restaurateurs By Kevin J. Gray Photo: Winds Cafe co-owner Mary Kay Smith walks diners through a meal at her restaurant   When my editor gave me an assignment on gay restaurant owners/managers, I was a little stumped. I couldn’t figure out the angle. What does LGBT status have to do with running a restaurant? Wiley […]

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Mexico’s signature sandwich

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Johnny’s Tortas in Old North Dayton By Tom Baker Photo: The Campesina torta from Johnny’s Tortas  When you enjoy a cuisine and then realize you’ve missed an entire facet of what it has to offer, there is a great moment of discovery that you never forget. Mine involves a 24-hour Mexican restaurant in Chicago – on […]

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Desperately seeking pizza

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Wheat-free indulgences at Sinfully Gluten Free By Brandy King Photo: The Hawaiian pizza at Sinfully Gluten Free in Centerville A few years ago, my doctor suggested I stop eating wheat products. This is the same guy who recommended that I stop drinking whiskey and smoking, so I can’t really take all of his advice at face […]

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The Anticolis still have it!

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Giuliano is rich in heritage and flavor By Brian P. Sharp Photo: Lasagna alla Romano at Giuliano in Miamisburg Growing up in Dayton, especially north of downtown, we had many great dining options. There was Suttmiller’s, Brown Derby, The Tropics and The Key Hole, just to name a few. There was one, however, that seemed to […]

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Who knew healthy could be delicious?

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Locally-sourced and organic specialties at Urban Harvest By Tom Baker Photo: Fried catfish with Hopping John and fried greens at Urban Harvest There are two types of restaurants that I prefer to frequent: One – and most obvious – is the place that features great food and service. Two – and maybe a bit more abstract […]

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La Paz-itively perfect

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Nelly’s wins the possibly imaginary battle of Dayton’s best rotisserie chicken By Brandy King Photo: The mouth-watering rotisserie chicken at Nelly’s In the time I’ve lived and worked south of town, I’ve probably passed by Nelly’s Chicken around 3,000 times. It’s perched right at the corner of state Route 725 and Alexandersville Road in Miamisburg, nestled […]

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Jes McMillan’s Mosaic Institute

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by Bill Franz Photo: The Mosaic Institute serves artists at 43 S. Main St. in Miamisburg; photo: Bill Franz Most artists […]

Vitality Check: 6/21/16

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Sometimes we’re just blowing germs By Rocco Castellano You go to the gym, restaurant, local coffee shop or bar and […]

Tinker, tailor, sculptor guy

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Landon Crowell ‘alters’ time and space at YS Arts Council By Terri Gordon What do beeswax, maple branches and an […]

Vitality Check: 6/14/16

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The dangerous game of preventing pregnancy By Rocco Castellano So I got a call from a friend of mine that […]

Spring into comics

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Comic culture in Yellow Springs By Josher Lumpkin The village of Yellow Springs is a quaint college town that manages […]