When I lived in Baton Rouge it was common knowledge that the best Boudin Sausage could be found at a roadside gas station on Airline Highway between the capital city and New Orleans. Last year in Kansas City I had the best "burnt ends" at Joe's. Joe's is a working gas station where the line for BBQ is an hour long most afternoons. It should have been no surprise that the best Fried Chicken in Kettering can be found at Town and Country Shell Gas Station on the corner of Far Hills and Stroop Road. For months, I have kept this little bit of information to myself. Great fried chicken and … [Read more...] about Lunch from a Gas Station?
A 50 year old Dayton business thought closed forever, is making a big comeback in a Miamisburg Super Subby's Restaurant. The return of Chicken Louie's menu in Dayton has area foodies going beserk. The fever has hit the Food Adventures Crew, and we have made 3 visits so far. Guess what, we were very impressed! HISTORY: Since 1958, Chicken Louie's has been delighting crowds with their food. Many of you may remember Chicken Louie's and Lou's Broaster Hut that were located on N. Main and on Third Streets with "take out only" format. They were 24 hour places and people drove in from miles … [Read more...] about Chicken Louie’s Resurrected in Miamisburg Subby’s + Wing Dinner Giveaway!
Lily’s Bistro, located at 329 E. Fifth Street in Dayton’s Oregon District, has received their full liquor, beer & wine license and has expanded their Sunday brunch menu to include refreshing brunch cocktails like mimosas, Pimm’s cups, and Bloody Mary’s, as well as a Sunday ‘Family Style” chicken-centric dinner. Owner Lisa Mendenhall says Lily’s had planned to offer a full Sunday bar and a casual Sunday dinner option since they opened last May, but the liquor license had been delayed. In August, Lily’s decided to move forward with brunch, but could only serve beer. “It gave … [Read more...] about There’s A New Brunch In Town