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El Sabor de Puerto Rico en Dayton By Tom Baker When the Mayor, Gary Leitzell, announced Dayton’s “Welcome Plan,” a plan that would make Dayton a more immigrant-friendly city, I was really happy. Not only do I think it’s a good idea to embrace and encourage diversity in our communities, but I was also excited […]

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Amazing food + amazing service = El Meson

From tapas to dessert, El Meson is a hit By Brian P. Sharp There are a few things that we as consumers expect as we shop or dine. We want the very best quality with the very best service at the very lowest price. No matter whether we are shopping for televisions or dinner, no […]

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Cooper’s Deli

Oakwood sandwich shop abides By Tom Baker Sometimes when I’m out having a casual bite at a dry joint I think to myself, “Man, it sure would be nice if they had some adult beverages to complement this great food.”  Wait – who am I kidding?  I think that every time.  But I’m not just […]

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A taste of the islands

Agnes’ All-Natural Grill offers healthy-and-fast dining By Tom Baker Every once in a while, my wife, in a sarcastic-but-clearly-serious tone will ask: “So when are you taking me to Jamaica?”  We laugh about it for a moment (well, I do at least), and then continue on with our day.  So when the editor of the […]

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Shiver me dinner!

At 40 years, Treasure Island Supper Club keeps it simple By Brian P. Sharp One of Dayton’s dining traditions is just minutes from downtown Dayton in Moraine.  Treasure Island Supper Club – known for seafood, steaks and the famous seafood salad.  I decided to give this “treasure” a visit recently.  Not much of the décor has […]

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Victory for Victorias

Victoria’s Italian Cuisine provides traditional meals for everyone By Tom Baker After my first visit to Victoria’s Italian Cuisine in Huber Heights, I recall looking at my companion and remarking how lucky people would be to have a decent restaurant next to their hotel. After a recent vacation that took us through many small towns, […]

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More, Please?

50 Years of Fine Dining at The Oakwood Club By Brian P. Sharp There aren’t many restaurants (privately held) that have the honor of celebrating 50 years of providing great food and outstanding service.  The Oakwood Club is one of those restaurants.  It’s hard to be a loyal Daytonian and not spend some time at The […]

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A Restaurant Reborn

Neil’s Heritage House Mixes Tradition with New Offerings By Tom Baker First, I have to point out that I’d never been to Neil’s until recently.  After closing in 2006, Neil’s was reopened in late 2011 by Eric and Serena Leventhal.  Seeing as Neil’s had been around since just after World War II, I wanted to […]

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Come and Roost in Downtown

Oregon District eatery delivers fine dining and atmosphere By Brian Sharp Some nights, after a long day at work, you painfully pour over the options for where to have dinner… because cooking just isn’t an option.  This particular evening was such the case.  However, it was a beautifully clear, warm evening and the thought of […]

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Coldwater Café

Big City Flavor, Small Town Roots By Tom Baker Next time you’re trying to get the kids to sleep or checking your work email from home and can’t remember when you last had a date night, consider taking a leisurely 25 minute drive up to Tipp City and visiting the Coldwater Café.  Run by a […]

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Advice Goddess: 4/21

By Amy Alkon Malice in Wonderland My boyfriend has a crazy ex-wife who can’t let go. She is the meanest, […]

News of the weird: 04/21

By Chuck Shepherd Government in action The predawn line in March actually started forming at midnight, snaking around the building […]

The Docket: 04/21

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim By Researched and reported by Charles Grove Who? What? Me? Officers responded to a report […]

The man in the tall black hat

Troy-Hayner remembers Lincoln this month By Tim Walker Photo: Seward Johnson’s “Return Visit” sculpture will be unveiled on May 3; […]

Chew on this: 04/14

Banishing the blues with blueberries By Jayne Powers A change of seasons often signals a change in what we eat. Springtime […]

The Docket: 04/14

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim A mirror misunderstanding Officers responded to a theft report in a grocery store parking lot. […]