Looking for a beer you can drink through all of the Super Bowl festivities? Session beers are a low ABV option, and Dayton is full of them!
Sometimes on our Food Adventures, we run into a personal story that is extraordinary. Such is the story of a waitress at the Hasty Tasty Pancake House on Linden Avenue. Her name is Betty (last name witheld by request). She, herself is an icon at one of the most iconic eateries of Dayton. For 41 years she has hustled and bustled, promptly serving food to patrons. Now 75 years old, she shows no signs of slowing down and still runs circles around people half her age. Betty's tale is one of hard work and dedication. She is very humble and never seeks praise or admiration. Betty never … [Read more...]
Savor Your Sunday series of musical brunches benefiting Stivers School for the Arts sponsored by the seedling Foundation. Each Sunday in February a different group of Stivers artists will entertain you as you enjoy Coco’s February-only brunch menu.
Burgers come in various shapes, sizes and with too many ingredients to list in one place. While basic burger can be defined by a ground beef patty on a bun, over the years, there have been numerous attempts to remake the classic, while other chefs have spun the burger with various meat patties (veggi and vegan as well). Because of all of these variants, MobileCuisine.com wants to find out which food truck you think serves the best burger.
The Barrel House is an independently owned and operated, beer & wine bar and carry out, located at 417 East Third Street in Dayton, Ohio
The Food Adventures Crew is proud to be teaming with Archer's Tavern and Dayton Most Metro for a one-of-kind Wine Pairing Dinner on Feb 10th. Dubbed a "50 Shades of Grape Food Adventure Event," it promises to be at sold out capacity, with tickets being pre-pay only.
Toxic Brew Co. has released three handmade sodas from the Mckibben Bros. Soda Co: Indians & Cowboys made with sarsaparilla root and bilberry, Mammaw Burton with cucumber, lavender and rose and finally The Hippie Hipster with elderberry, sage and grapefruit.
Customers flock to this Dayton, Ohio, coffee shop for a number of reasons: One, they hire skilled baristas to make outstanding drinks; two, the beans they use change constantly to keep things fresh; and three, they don’t cater to the masses with silly drinks like the frappuccino (because really, that’s not coffee)
To commemorate their first year, the brewery will host the 1st annual “Beer Bash” this Saturday, January 17th . The celebration will consist of limited release draught and cask tappings, live music and food trucks. The celebration kicks off at noon with new tappings on the hour leading up to the Grand Finale tapping of their latest limited release, “Baltic Argonaut”, a Baltic Porter weighing in at 11.5% ABV.
Kevin J. Gray, the Co-Chair in charge of coordinating the beers for the event, said, “Look for beers from more than 40 breweries from Dayton, Cincinnati, Columbus, Cleveland, Akron, and points in-between.