Among Dayton’s restaurants, its people and its businesses, there is always room for discovery.Natasha Baker
Here it is, the guide to the Dayton restaurant scene. I’ve said it before, and probably will again, but I am a foodie and Dayton has some amazing options for fantastic meals out. There are places to create memories with your family, celebrate life’s special moments and, most importantly, to dine out in the most delectable ways! We hope you find a few favorites and a few new places to try.
This issue also features some interesting profiles and new businesses in Dayton.
For example, did you know that the Dayton Society of Natural History—which operates both Boonshoft Museum locations, SunWatch and Fort Ancient—plays host to more than 200,000 visitors every year? Find out more in Jamie Kenny’s profile of Mark Meister.
Have you heard of the recently opened ProtoBuild Bar? Get all the details on how to spend a funky, cool Friday night building amazing 3D art while you kick back with a cold one or two.
In this issue, you will also enjoy Bucher’s replay of the tour he gave Corbin Bleu and Colleen Zenk, learn about the new Magnolia Theatre Company and its celebration of women, and see our calendar of all the events that make living in Dayton so much fun.
As always, we want you to tell us what you think. Did you try a new restaurant and love it? Give us a review of the Magnolia’s first play. Or just tell us what you think of this issue on Facebook or Twitter. We want to hear from you.
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