These were Alton Brown’s must-try eats when he was in Dayton


Calling all foodies!

Alton Brown, the Food Network personality from Good Eats, Iron Chef America and Cutthroat Kitchen, was in Dayton on October 24, sampling all the best grub.  

>> What’s going on with Crafted & Cured’s neighbors?

Have suggestions? He’d love to hear them. Tweet him at @altonbrown, and make sure to use the hashtag #ABRoadEatsDayton

>> 8 delish donuts in Dayton

>> 5 amazing coffee shops in Dayton 

His show is tonight, Oct. 24, at the Schuster Center.

>> This delicious hidden taco place in Dayton will change your life

Looks like he’s a fan of the funk, which started in Dayton.

He even took a photo at the #DaytonInspires selfie wall. We love it.

Tell all your foodie friends Alton Brown is in town by sharing our post! Don’t forget to comment with your Dayton food suggestions. 


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