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Where to eat in Dayton Ohio North of Middletown

Some of my favorites are:
Thai Nine By far my favorite Thai food in Ohio Service is always excellent. Heat level of the food can vary depending who is cooking. I love it hot but beware a 6 out of 10 can be more like a 9 sometimes. Pad Thai and Garlic Walleye are two of my many favorites.

Momma DiSalvos for Italian the sauce is available at some of the local grocery stores if you are from the area I am sure you have seen it. Nothing fancy here just homemade Italian food at a good price. Spaghetti is great especially the Garlic and Olive oil version. I have tried to duplicate it but theres is still way better.

Carvers for a great steak and Martini as good as the Precinct in Cincy.

These are some of my favorites...Russ

Looking forward to your favorites!

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    TJ Jackson
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    RE: Where to eat in Dayton Ohio North of Middletown 2008/03/09 14:13:29 (permalink)
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    RE: Where to eat in Dayton Ohio North of Middletown 2008/03/09 14:16:22 (permalink)
    I lived there for 6 yeas. All the chaims where there. Cracker Barrel, Golden Corral, Applebees, O'Charlies, etc. All the fast food there was. A frickers and Wild wings. A couple Chinese buffets. The old hotel down town for fancy vittles. DOwntown had 3 bars/taverns with decent food and a Mom and Pop greek diner-all shut down due to the mall(Oh yeah-food court).
    Really no "local flavor" left anywhere.
    Just fast food and franchises(Steak and Shake, Wendys, BK, McD, Long Johns and Cpt d's, Lees and the Col.) And 2 fair Mexiacn Joints-El Rancho(I gave up ordering a steak as the waiter couldnt figure out Medium Rare) and got the fajitas for 2(it was enough for 2 meals as left overs-not bad at all-Chicken, steak and jumbo shrimp-
    There was a truck with a smoker trailer that parked off the street that was always packed but we never tried it and also a "bodega" downtown with fresh made mexican food and dogs.
    If you want a memorable meal in Middletown-Good luck!
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    RE: Where to eat in Dayton Ohio North of Middletown 2008/03/09 14:22:21 (permalink)
    In Dayton there is a true Road Food joint. http://www.pugsdoghouse.com/. If you ask for the fries on the side you get a bag full!
    I love the dogs and IB sandwiches. Tried the hot pastrami and corned beef and was disappointed.
    Definatly a must try!
    britt

    There are a couple of decent Itialin places(basically sit down pizza/pasta places). Only went to one and it was good, but Italian isnt our thing(Acid reflux)
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    RE: Where to eat in Dayton Ohio North of Middletown 2008/03/09 14:25:08 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by brittneal

    If you want a memorable meal in Middletown-Good luck!

    What about Capozzi's and Schiavone's?
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    RE: Where to eat in Dayton Ohio North of Middletown 2008/03/09 14:40:51 (permalink)
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    In Dayton there is a true Road Food joint. http://www.pugsdoghouse.com/. If you ask for the fries on the side you get a bag full!
    I love the dogs and IB sandwiches. Tried the hot pastrami and corned beef and was disappointed.
    Definatly a must try!
    britt

    There are a couple of decent Itialin places(basically sit down pizza/pasta places). Only went to one and it was good, but Italian isnt our thing(Acid reflux)


    I have been there many times and I agree. Good Chicago Dog also...Russ
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    RE: Where to eat in Dayton Ohio North of Middletown 2008/03/09 14:45:30 (permalink)
    A great burger can be found in at Benjamins the Burger Master 1000 N Main St, Dayton, OH ribs and chicken are good also it is just down the street from Chicken Louie's.
    In Dayton it is by far my favorite Burger. My favorite in the state can be found at Crabils in Urbana...Russ
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    RE: Where to eat in Dayton Ohio North of Middletown 2008/03/09 15:18:03 (permalink)
    Interesting that nobody mentioned the Pine Club. I
    worked at WHIO in Dayton for a while and the general
    manager took us to dinner at the Pine Club. The best
    trout almandine I have ever had. My co-worker had lamb
    chops that he said were amazingly good.
    They didn't take reservations and the wait was always
    at least 1/2 hour - but it was certainly worth it!!

    Doctor Dan
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    RE: Where to eat in Dayton Ohio North of Middletown 2008/03/11 22:10:43 (permalink)
    I have been a lurker her for quite sometime. Living in Middletown and working in Dayton I will travel anywhere from North Dayton to the Ohio River to eat.

    I have been working in Dayton for just over a year now ( I use to work in Fairfield) and have come across some good places. So this new Dayton topic makes me want to chime in.

    First, I will have to second Thai Nine on Brown St, just off of 5th St, in the Oregon district. I work about 5 minutes from Thai Nine but just tried it for the first time last week. The place doesn't look like much from the outside but it is very nice inside. For a Wednesday evening they were doing a good business, so they must be doing something right. It was my families first time at a Thai restaurant so I have no bases to compare but we all thought the food was very good. I enjoyed the Mango Salad found under their appetizers and found the combination of mango, onion and coconut to be refreshing. It was also packing some heat. I ordered Pad Thai for my main course since it was the only Thai dish that I had heard of. I ordered it with a heat level of 4 fearing that I might not like it if it was to spicey but at 4 it was pretty weak. I have heard the same as Russ stated above that the heat level can be inconsistent. We will definitely go back to Thai Nine to try out some other Thai dishes. Oh yea, they do have a sushi bar that is suppose to be pretty good.

    http://www.thai9restaurant.com

    The Dublin Pub is another good spot, just down the street from Thai Nine at the corner of 5th St and Wayne Ave. The Dublin Pub is a favorite spot for a beer after work but they also have some killer food. I'm partial to an appetizer they have called Blarney Stones. Made from potatoes, andouille sausage and cheeses that are breaded and deep fried. Very tasty and like nothing else I have had, but at $8 they are a little pricey. I have had their Reuben and Huntsman sandwiches as well as the Bully Beef Shot and all were good pub food. I need to get back here to try something new as everthing on the menu kind of grabs at ya. They also have live music on the weekends.

    http://www.dubpub.com/

    I have some more places I will share later.

    For TJ Jackson - Capozzi's in Middletown closed their doors a few months back but Schiavone's is still around.

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    RE: Where to eat in Dayton Ohio North of Middletown 2008/03/11 22:59:39 (permalink)
    In Dayton, Milano's and the Submarine House(both on Brown) had truly great subs. Tanks bar had excellent chili. Golden Nugget pancake house for breakfast. Marion's pizza (supreme with extra cheese) for a great thin crust pizza.
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    RE: Where to eat in Dayton Ohio North of Middletown 2008/03/11 23:37:14 (permalink)
    Russ Jackson & Suburban Dad,you all must be my neighbors :-) I am also in the Dayton,Ohio.
    I agree with you Russ about Benjamins the Burger Master, their doubles are awesome. Tried a triple one time and I could hear my heart fluttering hahaha .Broke my heart to find out that Dominics closed,the food wasn't that exciting but LOVED the salad,garlic overload YUMMM.Carvers does have awesome steaks but you can't grilling your own from the beef at Landes meat market and soooo fresh eggs at Bushel & a Peck. The hens were on the eggs just a day or 2 before :-)
    Suburban Dad, Submarine House is truly a good sub, but El Greco's
    rules when it comes to subs and pizza.Remember when Cassano's used to have great pizza (now it sucks)El Greco's Pizza Villa on Salem Ave has THE BEST pizza , like Cassano's it's old time oven baked.
    When you get a delux pizza at El Greco's you have a pizza that weighs a ton,no joking hahaha made a mistake once and asked for extra cheese and it actually had TOO much cheese hahaha
    It's a little tiny hole in the wall place, right around the corner from the Donut Palace, the guy that runs the place (Nathan) is a really nice guy and knows how to make an awesome pizza.
    I am happy as a clam to see ppls from my area on here
    Pamela
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    RE: Where to eat in Dayton Ohio North of Middletown 2008/03/12 11:35:32 (permalink)
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    In Dayton, Milano's and the Submarine House(both on Brown) had truly great subs. Tanks bar had excellent chili. Golden Nugget pancake house for breakfast. Marion's pizza (supreme with extra cheese) for a great thin crust pizza.



    The Golden Nugget was closed for quite sometime. I think they had a fire. I went there with my wife about two weeks ago in the late am during the week. The food and service was very good. There was a line to get in but it moved quick. An excellent breakfast place. As to the other post on the quality of Sushi at Thai 9, I have been to most of the Sushi places in Cincy and Dayton and it is my favorite. I have eaten at Thai 9 atleast 50 times and never had a bad meal. My daughter was purposed to by her soon to be husband there last month...Russ
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    RE: Where to eat in Dayton Ohio North of Middletown 2008/03/12 16:04:40 (permalink)
    Also on on Brown St. is the Old Hickory. I always went for the big sirloin. It weighed 24ozs, over an inch thick with the diaganol bone in the center. I remember when all sirloins where like that. Just like the missing chuck 7-bone and arm steaks. You cant even fine a bone in round steak anymore!and was folded over to fit the platter. With the homebaked bead it was great to sop up all the juices. Last time I was there was '92 and it was 9.95. Go there on a Sat. and the line to get in is around the block. You get to watch the ribs and chicken spin on the rottisserie as you waited. By the time I got in I would be starved
    Accross the street is Wah Fu. A great Mom and Pop chinese joint. They used to have chopped suez on the menu.
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    RE: Where to eat in Dayton Ohio North of Middletown 2008/03/12 17:49:59 (permalink)
    Former Daytonian here (Kettering), now in Atlanta. In no particular order:

    Pine Club - great steaks + a good burger.

    Christopher's (Kettering)- home cooked food. good stuff.

    Tanks - great burger and fries. One of the best chilis in town too.

    El Meson - Spanish fusion. excellent.

    Thai 9 as stated above.

    DiSalvos - especially the DiSalvo Deli and their incredible Meatball grinder.

    Jay's Seafood - heard it has gone downhill a bit. It used to be very good.

    Paccia - see Jay's above.

    Burgermaster - good stuff.

    Golden Nugget - I remember the Country Omelette special...omelette stuffed with sausage, cheese, potato and onion, and then covered with sausage gravy (heart attack special).

    Hickory on Brown (I believe different than Old Hickory on N.Main - I think they used to be the same company, then split). It should also be noted that while Dominics is gone, the Pine Club and Hickory both have similar salads, albiet with a lot less garlic. Speaking of Dominics, a friend of mine in Atlanta is a Mantilla. Go figure.

    As for Wa Fu, I never ate there, but remember going down to the old Walnut Hills in college - we always joked that Wa Fu was a drug front. I knew many people who were towed from their lot.

    Marions, Ron's, or Cassanos. All good, but with Marion's make sure to go to the Shroyer location and order your pizza from the old ovens (this applies to all Marion's). To get a good Cassano's pie, go to the main location on Stroop.

    Milanos - not the same as it used to be, but still good.

    I agree with the poster above that the best burger around is Crabill's up in Urbana. I've done the whole Crabills, Kewpie's (in Lima) and back down to Greenville for Maid Rite. Good times.

    Chicken Louies was good as well - I remember when it was Lou's Broaster Hut.

    Two good breakfast places that closed down last year: Chili King and the Breakfast Club.

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    RE: Where to eat in Dayton Ohio North of Middletown 2008/03/12 19:13:38 (permalink)
    I really didnt like Marions Pizza the first few times I went but it has since grown on me. The round pizza with little or no end crust cut into little pieces is pretty good. Definatly a Dayton thing. However I think the two best pizzas in town are Rock-a-Fellas if it is hot. They seem to have a little trouble getting it to you right out of the oven for some reason. Maybe it is the young staff that doesnt pay attention to detail. And The Flying Pizza. They are both NY Style Pies...Russ
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    RE: Where to eat in Dayton Ohio North of Middletown 2008/03/13 20:09:07 (permalink)
    OK.... here are a couple places for hamburgers.

    My favorite.... Slyder's Tavern on Watervliet Ave, just off Smithville Rd. Big fat juicy burgers cooked to perfection. I went today and the special was a Juseppi (sp??) Burger and frys for I think $5.95. It was a burger on a grilled garilc bun, melted provolen cheese, grilled red peppers with a smidegen of marinara sauce. Not my usual type of burger but man-o-man was it good.

    Another good place is Kramer's Tavern on Irving Ave. Good burgers at a neighborhood tavern for a good price. They have a meatball sub and salad for less than $6 on Tuesdays. The guys at work say it's good, but I wouldn't know because everytime I've gone to get one they have been sold out. I'm going to have to make an early lunch run one Tuesday.
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    RE: Where to eat in Dayton Ohio North of Middletown 2008/03/13 21:27:58 (permalink)
    Does Kramers still serve the 40oz beers...always a good time. Also, Is Wympees still around?? Greasy spoon type of place
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    RE: Where to eat in Dayton Ohio North of Middletown 2008/03/13 21:47:48 (permalink)
    I'm not sure about the 40oz beers at Kramer's, but I think I remember seeing a sign on the wall about them. Since I have only been there for lunch during working hours I have to skip the beer.

    Wympee's on Third Street is still open. Although I can not say I have been there. It's one of those places I keep wanting to stop and try but just haven't got to. It looks like it's been there for ever.
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    RE: Where to eat in Dayton Ohio North of Middletown 2008/03/15 09:15:59 (permalink)
    Has anyone ever tried Wympee's on third street for a Burger?...Russ
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    RE: Where to eat in Dayton Ohio North of Middletown 2008/03/15 11:24:47 (permalink)
    I will make a point to stop at Wympee's next week so I can report back.

    Tonight my wife and I are trying El Meson in West Carrollton for the first time. I have heard nothing but good things about it, but the menu online looks a little pricey.

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    RE: Where to eat in Dayton Ohio North of Middletown 2008/03/15 23:54:41 (permalink)
    Glad to hear about the Pine Club; my brother-in-law's brother was a chef there for many years.
    I too have always wanted to stop at the Wympee Burger for a burger and never got around to it.
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    RE: Where to eat in Dayton Ohio North of Middletown 2008/03/15 23:55:46 (permalink)
    Jim,

    It's probably too late, but prices are lower if you stick to the tapas. There is a great selection, and everything I tried was good.

    Please let us know about Wympee's as I haven't been there for years. I also heard that there is a decent burger at a former Wympee's (I think on Monument. I think is is called Yummy Burger or something like that.

    In addition, I second the burger at Slyders. I wear my Slyders shirt around Atlanta.
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    RE: Where to eat in Dayton Ohio North of Middletown 2008/03/16 09:44:42 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by brittneal

    In Dayton there is a true Road Food joint. http://www.pugsdoghouse.com/. If you ask for the fries on the side you get a bag full!
    I love the dogs and IB sandwiches. Tried the hot pastrami and corned beef and was disappointed.
    Definatly a must try!
    britt

    There are a couple of decent Itialin places(basically sit down pizza/pasta places). Only went to one and it was good, but Italian isnt our thing(Acid reflux)


    We've been to Pug's a couple of times. The food is good, but my (Italian) beef is that the tables are always filthy when we eat in.

    Since Hotdogginit opened just north of Cinci we haven't been back.
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    RE: Where to eat in Dayton Ohio North of Middletown 2008/03/16 21:45:53 (permalink)
    Went to El Meson in West Carrollton Saturday night. The food at this restaurant just didn't do it for me. I really wanted to like this place too. It has the history the ambiance and a varied menu. The service was excellent and the margaritas good but the food was lacking especially at their prices.

    We started with a Tapa that was baked turnover empanadas. They were stuffed with scallops, onions, peppers and parsley and came two to an order. They looked very tasty but the flavor was kind of fishy and not much better than a frozen pizza roll. At $9 it was a disappointment.

    For a main dish I had grilled beef medallions topped with chipotle pepper sauce and cheese on top. It was served with a small salad on the side, saffron rice and garbanzo beans. The chipotle sauce had a great earthly flavor and the beef was cooked just right. The menu didn't name the type of beef being used for the dish but I would describe it as a small, thick cut of sirloin. It was good... not great, and for twenty five dollars I would have expected a much better cut of beef.

    My wife had their salmon stack entree. It was a layered dish with garlic potato salad on the bottom, then a layer of black beans and a small piece of salmon on top. It was served with a small salad on the side, sliced apples and grapes. My wife and I both found this dish rather bland and lacking in flavor. We both felt it needed some kind of oomph. Our opinion.... it is a twenty five dollar overpriced dish lacking in flavor.

    Maybe we picked the wrong dishes but all-in-all I would rather have spent my dining dollars at another restaurant.

    Jim

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    RE: Where to eat in Dayton Ohio North of Middletown 2008/03/19 21:57:37 (permalink)
    Treasure Island in Moraine, at the Dryden Road exit. Best Prime Rib ever. It is served Friday and Saturday night 4-close. Kind of a supper club kinda place. Reminds me of a time when Merv could smoke on TV.
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    RE: Where to eat in Dayton Ohio North of Middletown 2008/03/22 19:32:23 (permalink)
    Finally made it to Wympees' on third street. I have been wanting to try this place just so that I could say that I have been there. I here it has been around since the 1930's.

    I drug two co-workers along with me and we sat at the counter facing the front window. We all three ordered burgers and we all thought they were pretty good. I had their Patty Melt Hamburger. It came with grilled onions and cheese on rye. It was grilled like you would make a grilled cheese sandwich. I would say the hamburger patty was cooked first and then the sandwich was assembled and thrown back on the grill to toast the bread and melt the cheese. Very tasty indeed.

    Jim
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    RE: Where to eat in Dayton Ohio North of Middletown 2008/03/24 11:57:48 (permalink)
    Jim -

    Sorry to hear about El Meson. I hope that it was an off night, as I really enjoyed the few times I've been there. It has been a couple years, so maybe they have gone downhill. I agree on the high costs - needs to be lower.

    On another note, it is good to read your report on Wympee's. I'll have to give that a shot next time I'm in town.

    By the way, are there still any White Tower restaurants downtown (similar building to Wympee's). I remember a decent quarter pound burger that had a giant slice of Vidalia onion on it.
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    RE: Where to eat in Dayton Ohio North of Middletown 2008/03/24 14:18:01 (permalink)
    This new thread is kickin' butt :-)

    Keep it up, folks :-)
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    RE: Where to eat in Dayton Ohio North of Middletown 2008/03/24 19:26:46 (permalink)
    Went to Slyder's Tavern again today. I've talked the place up so much at work five other people wanted to go. Todays special was a 10oz BBQ, Bacon, Cheesburger with fires for just under $7.00. Five of us had the special and it was all thumbs up. Although it would have been better for me without the BBQ sauce. Still the best, most consistent burger in Dayton. Always juicy and cooked to perfection with just a hint of pink in the middle. And the service is always topnotch and friendly.

    We have plans to go back for lunch on Friday to try their fried walleye. I've heard it is good here but I haven't tried it yet.

    Atleye -
    I sure wanted to like El Meson. Maybe we just picked the wrong foods to try, but at their prices it will be hard to go back and sample other dishes.

    Yes, Wympee's is still kickin and grilling good burgers. I hear their omlets are pretty good.... just might stop in for breakfast one day.

    I've heard of White Tower Restaurants but not sure where they are. I think I heard one or both of them have closed. I will have to find out for sure.

    Jim
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    RE: Where to eat in Dayton Ohio North of Middletown 2008/03/24 19:44:40 (permalink)
    I will try to hit Slyders tommorow for lunch if I have time. I will also tell you if I think they are better than Benjamins....Russ


    Also does anyone have favorite Sushi Places?
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