8 places that Alton Brown SHOULD have gone while he was in Dayton


Dayton really cares about its food. 

And based on his tweets, ’grams and Facebook posts, it seems like Alton Brown -- who was in town for a show at the Schuster Center -- does, too. 

>> Here’s where Alton Brown stopped to eat when he was in Dayton

Brown whipped up a social flurry after posting photos of himself at Press Coffee Bar and Bill’s Donuts, asking people to share their favorite food spots. 

>> Here’s what happened when Bill’s Donuts asked for hurricane donations

>> Bill’s Donuts named a ‘reason to love America’ by PEOPLE magazine

>> These photos of kids staring longingly at Bill’s Donuts will make you say ‘SAME’

They didn’t disappoint. Below you’ll find several suggestions from our readers on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. How many have you tried? 

From Beth Hennemyre on Facebook:

“All he needs is Nick’s in Xenia ... the best wings, burger the nick or a chick, the breaded veggies, everything there is amazing!”

>> Why people are coming from all over to Nick’s Restaurant

From Susan Koogler on Facebook: 

“Christopher’s in Kettering for breakfast!”

>> Christopher’s Restaurant serves up great home cooking at friendly prices

From Bryon Black on Facebook:

“Dude, forget Bill’s Donuts. Jim’s in Vandalia is where it’s at.”

>> 8 delicious Dayton donuts to indulge in

From Denean Meyer on Facebook:

“Maid Rite in Greenville, Ohio! Jim’s Donuts in Vandalia!”

>> The story behind Maid Rite: the famous little sandwich people will drive hundreds of miles to get

From Dawn Powell Thomas on Facebook:

“He needs a homemade scone with jam and real clotted cream at Communitea!”

>> Belmont’s best-kept lunch secret: Communitea

From Tinisha Shelton-Jones on Facebook:

“ Tony's Italian Kitchen has the best Italian food around!” 

>> These restaurants are the most romantic in Dayton -- do you agree?

From Jerry Humston on Facebook:

“George’s Family Restaurant on North Dixie”

>> 6 must-try diners in Dayton (and nearby)

From Jeanne Hignite on Facebook:

“Brixx’s donut burger is the best”

>> Your ultimate guide to the best burgers in Dayton

Read hundreds more comments and suggestions on our Facebook post. What would you add to the list?


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