Heart Mercantile: A snarky shop filled with clothing, home goods, local/handmade, Dayton-centric gifts, jewelry, and much more.
The Trolley Stop building was constructed in 1839 and is the oldest continuously operating tavern in Dayton. This location originally housed a residence, a meat and provisions store, a tavern, a shoe-shine shop, a barbershop and several sleeping room
Ned Pepper’s, named after notorious outlaw and one of the main antagonists of True Grit ,was opened in 1994.
Looking West bound down Fifth Street.