Zombie Dogz, owned by husband and wife team, David & Lee VanArtsdalen, have cultivated a cult following for their dogs topped with gourmet ingredients in the Dayton area and now needs your vote to capture the National title. You can vote once a day through 11;50pm May 1st. No registration is required to vote and in literally takes 5 seconds. As of this morning, Zombie Dogz has a commanding lead, but these contests can change leaders many times throughout the week long campaign. The winning truck or cart will be profiled in Mobile Cuisine and will hold the title of top mobile hot dog vendor for 2015.
Lovers of garlic, great local foods and good times will want to mark Sun, July 19th on their calendar! The Sons of Italy and DaytonMostMetro.com are partnering to bring a day full of family friendly fun featuring fantastic foods and marvelous music by The Menu's, Dayton's favorite party band. The event will take place on the grounds on Bella Villa Hall at 2625 County Line Road in Kettering from noon until 8:30pm. Food offerings will be required to contain garlic and expect to see some off the wall items! And what's a festival without some contests, run by The Big Ragu and his … [Read more...]
Food Network host Ted Allen will return to his roots this weekend to help fight AIDS. It’s a civic moment where hundreds — thousands — of us get together and make a statement about how much we care about our neighbors, our friends and people who are impacted by this terrible disease.
Smart Guy In A Tie Cocktials owner, Brian Petro, will be conducting a Bourbon 101 throughout dinner which includes education on the basic nosing and tasting techniques of bourbon whiskey, as well as the rich history of the spirit. Chef Lee Anne House has created each course to pair with the featured bourbon cocktail.
Brunch somehow tastes better when there’s a little splash of bourbon in your java, bubbles in your OJ or vodka in your tomato! " She invited everyone to stop by Mudlick on Sundays for boozy brunch beginning April 12! Brunch will be served at the tavern from 10am -2pm at 3 E Market Street
Ohio’s largest Mud Volleyball event, attracting over 260 co-ed teams of up to ten players each. Play in the competitive or non-competitive tournament. Any skill level can participate in the fun. If you can’t play, you are still invited to come and watch – $5 donations will be accepted at the gate.
March 23 marks the annual seasonal release of Oberon Ale, a wheat ale that has become synonymous with warmer temperatures, the start of spring and the beginning of the Major League Baseball season. Bell's Brewery in Kalamazoo, Michigan brewery starts spring with the annual release of kegs of Oberon Ale.
An all natural dairy free alternative to ice cream that is made out of bananas! There's no added sugar or artificial ingredients, made with wholesome and healthy fruit without any fillers like other ice creams. It's totally gluten free, totally vegan, totally paleo, and according to local reviews, totally delicious Fronana!
Five of the top female chefs in Dayton are teaming up for a night of small plates and wine pairings on Thursday, March 19th. These women are teaming up for this tasty fundraiser to support Team HOPE, which is Martha Shaker's team for the for Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) Woman of the Year campaign.
The original “Party in the Park” was the brain child of two friends, Vail Miller Sr. of Heidelberg and Mike Frank of Arrow Wine. With a mission of bringing wine out of just the wine cellars and to the general public, the idea of a wine festival was born. Now 24 years later, Fleurs et Vin is the most anticipated, talked about and attend wine event in the Miami Valley