Saturday, February 12, 2011

Dayton (area) Dining

Rue Dumaine.  Classic brasserie in a strip mall.  Somehow it works, well.  Nice food, wine, and cocktails.  Picture above from their website.

Taqueria Mixteca.  Legit Mexican food.  Bathrooms located on the exterior of the restaurant.  What more can you ask for?

One Eyed Jacks.  Good beer list, on the cheap.  Pretty solid pub food.  Potentially loud music.  Not bad when stuck in Fairborn hotel land.

That's all to say, one can do worse than eating in the Dayton area.  And this didn't even include a side trip to the fabled Yellow Springs.


steve said...

I suspect had I spoken with my friends in Dayton Rue Domaine would have been a recomended spot. I have a friend who is a chef and works for Nestle's who told me about it when it opened.I have only heard good thing about it since.

The CFT said...

I liked it. Real sensible place.

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