Revenge of the 90’s featuring Blessid Union of Souls and Sponge
Saturday, Oct 27th live in the Grandstand
Revenge of the 90’s featuring Blessid Union of Souls and Sponge
Saturday, Oct 27th live in the Grandstand
The Winery at Versailles is offering it’s first ever Advent Calendar this holiday season!
Tickets went on sale today for The Rubi Girls annual Thanksgiving performance- The Show Must Go On. In a brand new venue, The Brightside, in downtown Dayton, this show on Sat, Nov 24th at 8pm, is a tradition for the hundreds of fans that come out each year for one of the most entertaining, over the top nights of fun and laughs for a great cause
What started in living rooms and attics over 30 years ago has evolved into a FUNdraising phenomenon. Having helped to raise over one million dollars for HIV/AIDS and LGBT-related charities, the Rubi Girls are some of the most philanthropic girls in the Miami Valley! With musical numbers, the year in revue and the show ending Rubi Dance, this show is one of the bawdiest in town, so guests must be 21 or older to attend.
Tickets are available online now! Buy quickly- this show will sell out!
VIP Ticket – The Show Must Go On ($125) . New this year- Reserved Seating by ROW!
Each premium seat provides an up close view of the Rubi Girls and their uproarious antics during their largest Thanksgiving show to date. VIP tickets also include a private Open Bar for your convenience.
General Admission – The Show Must Go On ($30)
Each general admission seat provides a great way to enjoy the Rubi Girls and their uproarious antics during the largest Thanksgiving show to date. Arrive early as these seats are general admission.
Doors open at 7pm and the show starts at 8ish. Don’t forget to bring cash to tip your performers!
On Thursday, November 8th Roost Modern Italian in the Oregon District will host a five course dinner, featuring the wines of Pine Ridge Vineyards. This California winery founded in 1978 by Gary Andrus, sits in the heart of the Stags Leap District of Napa Valley, famous for Cabernet Sauvignon wines of distinctive power and elegance. The dinner will begin at 6:30pm and reservations are required.
Pine Ridge Wine Dinner Menu:
Malene Rose ‘17 by Chamisal
Paired with Roast halibut with fig Sugo and prosciutto
Dijon Clone Chardonnay ‘14
Paired with Crisp Joyce Farms chicken And mascarpone creamed spinach
Seven Hills Red Blend Walla Walla ‘14
-The inaugural release of this wine is 85% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Malbec and 5% Petit Verdot.
Paired with Duck Confit & ‘Candy’
Confit with Butternut Squash and Ricotta Caramelle Pasta with pan jus
PR Stags Leap District Cab ‘12
You don’t want to miss this Cab!
Paired with Rosemary Glazed Lamb and Scallop Affumicato
Pine Ridge Napa Cab ‘15
Paired with a Cheese course
The dinner will start at 6:30pm and tickets are $92 for wine and dinner, $60 for dinner only. Call 937-222-3100 to make your reservation for the Pine Ridge Wine Dinner!
October is National Pasta Month, and October 17 recognizes National Pasta Day.
Pasta is a type of noodle in traditional Italian cuisine, with the first reference dating to 1154 in Sicily and first attested in English in 1874.During the Renaissance, pasta was thought of as a dish for wealthy people. But by the late 17th century, in Naples, it was becoming more of a staple in everyone’s diet. Typically, it is made from unleavened dough of durum wheat flour that is mixed with water or eggs and formed into sheets or various shapes. It can then be served fresh or dried to be stored for later use.
Fresh pasta was originally produced by hand but, today, many varieties of fresh pasta are commercially produced by large-scale machines and the products are widely available in supermarkets. The average American consumes 20 lbs. of pasta annually. This makes it the 6th highest food per capita in the country. 24% of the global consumption of pasta is by Americans – the largest of any country in the world. Americans consume 6 billion pounds of pasta each year.
Here are some of the pasta-bilities to help you celebrate:
Carrabba’s Italian Grill:
On National Pasta Day, Wednesday, October 17, when guests dining at Carrabba’s can enjoy Spaghetti Pomodoro, Linguini Positano, and Fettucine Alfredo for only $10.
During the entire month of October, Carrabba’s is supporting cancer research with their new dish named Pasta Georgio.One dollar of every Pasta Georgio sold through December 31 will go to cancer research in honor of Carrabba’s Vice President of Operations who passed away from pancreatic cancer earlier this year.
Pasta Geogia has “penne pasta with sautéed bell peppers and Romano, tossed in roasted red pepper sauce, then topped and baked with meatballs and mozzarella.”
MCL Restaurant & Bakery Celebrates National Pasta Day with an All You Care To Eat Spaghetti Day for only $5.09. Choose Ragu Meat or Marinara Sauce. And enjoy plate after plate of delicious spaghetti topped with your favorite sauce. Wednesday, October 17th All You Care To Eat Spaghetti Only $5.09.
Olive Garden is celebrating National Pasta Month in October, customers can enjoy a Never Ending Pasta Bowl. The promotion includes unlimited servings of pasta, sauce and toppings, as well as, soup or salad and breadsticks for $10.99
If you know of deals we missed, please add them in the comments below.
Table 33 is debuting a new Thursday night dinner feature bringing Rosé & Ramen PopUp to the corner of 2nd and Wilkinson, Thursday nights, 5-10pm.
Inspired by a dish he ate almost every day while living abroad in South Korea, Chef Desmond brings a key tradition of the land of the morning calm to Dayton: Ramen. When searching for something to connect him to Korean culture, Ramen was the perfect medium to connect himself to his new surroundings. With its convenience and accessibility when it came to snacking in Seoul, Ramen noodles became a comfort food for not only his soul, but also his wallet! Our Ramen PopUp will be the perfect accent to ring in the Fall season at Table 33.
Chef Desmond’s house-made Ramen noodles, paired with weekly features including vegan and gluten-free options. Broths made with local produce, grass-fed beef bones, and free-range chicken or pork. We are laying our claim to the best Ramen in Dayton. Ramen will be served a la carte or with a bottle of our featured Rosé for $25. There is also a gluten free version available.
Picture here Shoyu Ramen. They start with broth, with 36 hour chicken stock made from local chickens bones, Tamari soy sauce tare, and scratch made dashi. And then there’s the noodles. Fresh, scratch made, and 100% vegan. To finish it up, they’ve added umami everywhere with sesame oil seared cherry tomatoes, marinated eggs, and scallions. This is just the first ramen dish they will be offering. Stay tuned for additional options.
There will also be entertainment each Thursday with a live DJ or Music each week. Resident DJ Isicle every 1st and 3rd Thursday of every month.
Other Thursday specials include $3.33 Local Craft Beers and 33% off all bottles of Wine
130 W. 2nd St.
Dayton, Ohio 45402
Tuesday & Wednesday 8am – 3pm
Thursday & Friday 8am – 10pm
Saturday & Sunday 8am – 3pm
Dayton Urban Grown Farm is hosting a Farm to Table dinner experience on Sun, October 14th featuring produce they’ve grown theme selves along with other local and sustainable farms, lovingly and expertly prepared by one of Dayton’s fabulous local downtown chefs along with live music.DUG interns and staff will be on hand to give guided tours of the farm all evening.
Proceeds from this event will go towards the construction of a harvest shed, which will serve like an incubator kitchen for local urban farmers to use to wash, prepare and store harvests for market, encouraging the creation of more local farms.
The menu will have a Spanish Tapas theme. There are only 50 seats available at $60 each and guests can choose from a vegan or chicken main dish.
Chef Jansen Trotman was born in Trinidad and grew up in the Virgin islands. His family’s love for food and fellowship as well as their passion for clean living became the foundation and inspiration for his culinary career. Chef Jansen has been in the restaurant industry for over 25 years. Throughout the years, he’s had the privilege of working with some wonderfully talented and extremely creative chefs , Dan Eule , Ricardo Heridia, and Anne Kearney, to name a few. Jansen has been the executive chef at Lilly’s Bistro in the Oregon district since January where they have always maintained a very close relationship with the local farming community . He plans to be there for many many years. And with the help encouragement, and support of the Lilly’s family, continue to inspire , and share creativity and love through food.
Spanish Guitar music will be provided by classical guitarist, Evan Fiehrer. Evan is a guitarist currently located in Dayton, Ohio. He graduated in 2013 with a Bachelor of Music in Guitar Performance from the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati and in 2015 from the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University with a Master of Music, also in Guitar Performance. An accomplished classical guitarist, Evan has played solo and ensemble concerts throughout the Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana areas, and along the East Coast. Evan is a professor of guitar at Indiana University East in Richmond, IN, and teaches privately at McCutcheon Music in Centerville and Star City Music in Miamisburg. He also plays guitar in the five-piece funk band The Johnson Treatment.
The proposed menu based on ingredient availability:
Fresh Heirloom Tomato* Bruchetta with (or without for vegan) House-made Ricotta topped with aged Balsamic.
Local Acorn Squash+ Croquettes with Roasted Pepper* and Leeks* (VG)
Sweet Potato* and Black Bean* Empanadas w Leeks* and Chive* pistou.(VG)
Braised Greens including Sweet Potato leaves*, Swiss Chard*, Kale* and Mustard Greens* on toast points. (VG)
Salad of Arugula* and mixed Lettuces* w Heirloom Tomatoes* tossed in Lemon Verbena* vinaigrette topped with spiced pepitas (VG)
4th Course: Choice between
Local Free Range Stewed Chicken and Vegetables w Saffron Rice, Heirloom Tomatoes*, Peppers* and Leeks*
Bell Pepper* stuffed with Saffron Rice, Black Beans* and Vegetables with a Sweet Potato* puree (VG)
Local Paw Paw Sweetbread with Coconut Milk Whip. (VG)
(VG) = vegan
* = grown at DUG Farm
+= grown at Mission of Mary Farm
Lemon Verbena* Iced Tea and Water are included
Specially Selected Wines and The Lucky Griffin Beer featuring Lemon Basil* from DUG farm will be available for purchase.
Sun, October 14, 2018 . 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Dayton Urban Grown Training Farm
933 Xenia Avenue
Dayton, Ohio 45410
*In case of rain the dinner will be relocated indoors at the East End Community Center
Chef Jansen Trotman was born in Trinidad and grew up in the Virgin islands. His family’s love for food and fellowship as well as their passion for clean living became the foundation and inspiration for his culinary career. Chef Jansen has been in the restaurant industry for over 25 years. Throughout the years, he’s had the privilege of working with some wonderfully talented and extremely creative chefs , Dan Eule , Ricardo Heridia, and Anne Kearney, to name a few. Jansen has been the executive chef at Lily’s Bistro in the Oregon district since January where they have always maintained a very close relationship with the local farming community. he’s been helping to grow their team’s love for creative, fun, and seasonally-driven menus that they change each and every day.
What is your favorite ingredient to cook with?
Taco lovers may celebrate Taco Tuesday, but this week they can also celebrate today since it’s National Taco Day! There are many area eateries that want to help you celebrate so we’ve rounded up some specials offered at area restaurants for your to dine out or host a fiesta at home. If you know of a deal we missed, please add it in the comments below!
Celebrate National Taco Day, Oct. 4th at Lucky Star Brewery. They will have several tacos that aren’t usually on the menu, drink specials, live music & TONS OF FUN!!!
LOCO HOUR ALERT! Meet up at R Taco on Thursday for National Taco Day between 3pm and 6pm for $1 OFF ALL drafts, house margaritas & sides at the Brown Street eatery.
Moe’s Southwest Grill is offering a buy two tacos and get one free.
Taco Bell: Get four tacos for $5 at participating Taco Bell locations Thursday. The “National Taco Day gift set” includes the Crunchy Taco, Fiery, Cool Ranch and Nacho Cheese Doritos Locos Tacos. While supplies last.
You must earn your free food at Chuy’s on National Taco Day 2018: Anyone who dresses up as a taco on Thursday gets a free meal at Chuy’s. Everyone else can get $1 tacos and $1 off Modelo Especial beers on National Taco Day at Chuy’s.
End your taco binge with a sweet treat at Cold Stone Creamery, which will be serving their ice creams in a waffle taco only on National Taco Day. Get it plain, dipped or sprinkled.
Today is the Grand Opening of Pho District at The Greene. They will celebrate at 9:30am with a Lion dance and firecrackers. Featuring Pho, (Vietnamese soup bowls) Bahn Mi ( a Vietnamese sub) for $5-$5 a and grilled pork dishes that run about $10.
The 50 first costumers when they open at 10am get a free of Bowl of Pho and after that we will give 30% discount all day!
4474 Glengarry Drive