On Tuesday, March 3rd El Meson will roll out their "Fiesta al Famila" menu in a special preview night dinner . Guests will be seated at tables of 10 and enjoy a five course meal served family style. Owner Bill Castro will be on hand explaining the history and make up of each dish as well as sharing Castro family stories
You probably know their music and their history. Do you also know about their bourbon and the beer? You can find out tonight!
Devoted fans often look forward to the return of this seasonal drink, which stays on menus until a week after St. Patrick's Day. The shake — low-fat vanilla ice cream and mint flavoring — leaves more of a legacy than just a green tongue. It was first introduced in 1970 as the "St. Patrick's Day Green Milkshake."
The margarita is a cocktail that comes from a much simpler background, probably relating a little closer to the sours popular in the late 19th century. When we go out, we look to get pitchers, fishbowls, 55 gallon drums, any large container full of a slightly sour, greenish/yellowish beverage.
Exciting news from our friends at Chappys Tap Room and Grille, starting tomorrow they will be serving brunch from 11am -2pm on Saturday and Sunday. You can start your day with one of their many beers on tap or try their brand new Bloody Mary made with Belle of Dayton Vodka, our new housemade mix and garnished with Pickled Okra, Celery, Olives and a strip of our new Praline Bacon.
Looking to amp up the flavors in your kitchen? Need to find your favorite foodie a gift? Want a fun place for a foodie date? Look no further! The Spicy Olive can satisfy any pallet of needs! This unique tasting emporium carries a large variety of specialty olive oils and balsamic vinegars that are of the utmost quality! And yes, you'll get to taste them all! The Food Adventures Crew appreciates not only great places to go out and eat, but also places that will bring the flavors of high end dining right into your own kitchen! And dear foodie friends, this place does just that!
Chef Don Warfe has been featured on Gordon Ramsey's" Kitchen Nightmares" and for the last year has taken on the challenge of turning Trolley Stop's menu into one that showcases fresh, locally sourced meals.
A local company called Housemade, has been heating up the local food scene with their sauces, particularly the Housemade Sriracha sauce. Ground zero of this inferno seems to be the Oregon district. Lovers of spicy food have delighted in the surge of sriracha around the Fifth Street area. The cause of the local warming of the taste buds is Dayton area Chef, Leanne House.