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      A Guide to Dayton: 10+ places to visit

      Posted by Sam S. on Jul 13, 2022 11:15:00 AM

      Cincinnati has wonderful dining options, hotels, and sports — but another city filled with new restaurants, local sports teams, shopping, and more is only about an hour away... Dayton! altafiber has not only expanded our consumer and business services into Dayton, but has opened a brand new office and store at 230 Webster Street. Check out other places to visit near Dayton, Ohio in this Guide to Dayton below.altafiber Dayton Store and Office

      Restaurants and Shops

      1. Dublin Pub across from the Oregon District
        Transforming from a gas station in 1997, this historical Irish pub is a popular spot for brunch, lunch, dinner, or drinks. Enjoy trivia on Tuesday nights, too!
      2. Trolley Stop in the Oregon District
        Exploring the unique retail shops in the Oregon District? Stop by the Trolley Stop for great food, music, and a game of pool.
      3. Carmen's Deli and Bistro in Downtown Dayton
        Carmen's is the perfect spot for a break from the office serving fresh breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
      4. Dorothy Lane Market in Kettering, OH
        Dorothy Lane Market near Dayton, OHBeginning as a farmers stand in 1948, this market has made its mark in Dayton with a wide assortment of fresh produce, flowers, Naples-style pizza, coffee, and more. And you must try everyone's favorite dessert, Killer Brownies, while there!
      5. The Greene Town Center in Beavercreek, OH
        This outdoor mall features over 65 shops and 25 restaurants. The Greene also holds events like Goat Yoga and concerts.
      Outdoor and Indoor Activities
      1. Two Social in Downtown Dayton
        Don't miss out on this new full-service bar with axe throwing, Bocce Ball, a gaming wall (with Super Smash Bros!), and more.
      2. Fraze Pavilion in Kettering, OH
        Check out this outdoor amphitheater to enjoy artists like Chase Rice and events like Bacon Fest 2022.
      3. Levitt Pavilion in Downtown Dayton
        On a budget? Bring your own drinks, snacks, and lawn chairs to enjoy free concerts each week at Levitt Pavilion this summer.
      4. Carillon Park in Carillon, OH
        Carillon Park near Dayton, OHCarillon Historical Park is a 65-acre open-air history museum that shares the amazing stories of how Dayton changed the world. Stop by Carillon Brewing Company after, the only brewery in the nation that is in a museum! It offers a glimpse into 1850s-era Dayton through the authentically prepared food and drink of the times.
      5. Day Air Ballpark in Downtown Dayton
        Grab a hotdog and some peanuts to cheer on the Dayton Dragons as they play Minor League Baseball. Dayton Dragons Field in Dayton, OH

      To get a further glance into these spots, check out our Guide to Dayton video on Instagram or TikTok. We encourage everyone to support these small businesses by taking a day trip to Dayton this summer. Then let us know what your favorite spot was! Learn about what services are available near Dayton and more on our commitment to the region at the button below.

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