Category: Dayton’s Not Dead

Daytons Not Dead: Pita Pit

Daytons Not Dead: Pita Pit

Dayton is full of young entrepreneurs eager to take on riskier ventures and put in the necessary work to get them off the ground. Dain Peters is no exception. Peters, 22, is planning to open a Pita Pit at 1047 Brown St., Dayton. Opening the Pita Pit will be the realization of a dream he...

Dayton’s Not Dead: D20 Bar With Characters

Dayton’s Not Dead: D20 Bar With Characters

  D20: A Bar With Characters is the top tabletop-board-game bar in the Dayton area. The bar is located on 2144 East Whipp Rd. in Kettering. Owners Andrew and Chrissy Sparks, born and raised in Dayton, started D20 initially as a place they could go to enjoy what they both loved: board games, beer and...

Downtown Fairborn hosts weekend of Spooktacular fun

Downtown Fairborn hosts weekend of Spooktacular fun

  This past weekend, the streets of Fairborn were packed with entertainment for people of all ages. Local residents and people from across the Midwest gathered downtown to celebrate the seventh annual Fairborn Halloween Festival, which took place from Friday to Sunday. The fair, which is always held on the third weekend of October, hosted...

Dayton Café offers eclectic selection of music and drinks

Dayton Café offers eclectic selection of music and drinks

  Therapy Café, located at 452 E. 3rd St., is an eclectic nightclub buzzing with energy. “If someone’s looking for a good time, for good drinks, for good entertainment, Therapy Café is the place to go,” said Owner Nathaniel Campbell. When Campbell first purchased the bar in May 2017, he immediately began renovations. “We expanded...

Dayton’s Not Dead: Luna Gifts & Botanicals

Dayton’s Not Dead: Luna Gifts & Botanicals

If you’re looking to liven your home with plant life, Luna Gifts & Botanicals in the Oregon District of downtown Dayton is a great place to start. Luna is a home good store that sells plant life, bouquets, gifts, and more. It is located at 261 Wayne Ave, Dayton. The shop offers over 100 types...

Dayton’s Not Dead: La Colombiana

Whether it be for college students, foreigners or adventurous individuals, a local Colombian restaurant has something to offer for everyone. La Colombiana, a family business located at 2495 Commons Blvd., Beavercreek, offers everything from meat dishes, vegetarian meals, desserts and gluten-free options. “We have all kinds of stuff,” said the owner, Ana Rivera, 53. Rivera,...