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Dining Deals


HICKORY RIVER SMOKEHOUSE

Every Tuesday is Dollar Nite at the Hickory River Smokehouse, 135 S. Garber Drive in Tipp City. From 3 to 9 p.m., you can get pulled pork mini sandwiches, one baby back rib bone, French friens or domestic bottle beer for just $1 each.

CHOE’S ASIAN GOURMET

Every Tuesday is Sushi Night at Choe’s Asian Gourmet at The Greene, 4394 Juniper Way, Beavercreek. From 5 to 9 p.m., you can get “buy one, get one” sushi rolls. This deal is only on select rolls and is for dine-in orders only.

RYAN’S TAVERN

Ryan’s Tavern, 241 High St., Hamilton, offers a happy hour special from 3 to 7 p.m. Domestic drafts or bottles are $2.50. In addition, you get $1 off of house wines and get half price on select appetizers.



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