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You’ll also find SOCA at Riverscape on
At 11am today the doors at 5225 Cornerstone North Blvd. in Centerville will open to the 2nd area location for BIBIBOP Asian Grill.
The 39th location (2nd in the Dayton region) will open with delicious bowls, balloons, and games, all from a safe social distance. They’ll have games and BIBIBOP prizes (everything from free food to fanny packs) while supplies last. They’ll also open up their patio to all the little chalk artists in Centerville! Starting at 5:00pm Thursday, everyone who orders will receive a special coupon that gives them $5 to spend the next time they visit BIBIBOP and $5 to give to a friend, so they can try BIBIBOP! The best deal will be through the BIBIBOP Rewards app. Anyone who scans their BIBIBOP Rewards app at the new Centerville location, or orders online for pickup at the new Centerville location, will get a BOGO bowl offer. This deal is good ALL WEEKEND LONG, so when you try out the newest BIBIBOP, make sure you use the new BIBIBOP app!
Inspired by BIBIMBAP: the popular Korean dish. Build your own BIBIBOP with a base of perfectly steamed rice, japchae noodles, or salad. Then layer in your choice of grilled protein, a variety of fresh vegetables and Asian-inspired sauces.
BIBIBOP wants to make sure this experience will be a safe one. On Thursday, you will find bright orange stickers on the floor inside the restaurant to help maintain proper social distancing. Outside, balloons will be your guide to a safe social distance.
BIBIBOP team members will be wearing masks and recommend them for our guests as well. They are not a requirement, because they will have limited seating available both inside and outside. Those tables will be sanitized between each guest. Online Ordering will be available beginning Thursday, and there will be a dedicated area to pick up orders for a quick and contactless experience
5225 Cornerstone North Blvd
Centerville, Ohio 45440
The First Tee Greater Miami Valley was established in 2005 to teach young people life skills and character education through the game of golf. Its research-proven programs are having a positive impact on participants, their families and in their communities. They would normally be planning a huge 15th anniversary event, but instead due to corvid 19 they’ve pivoted to celebrating virtually! Help them celebrate this milestone by purchasing a ticket to their Bourbon Raffle!
Even with the endless obstacles presented this year, The First Tee stand by our mission to positively impact youth through their educational golf program. To accommodate as many participants as possible while following health guidelines, they have rearranged the summer program schedule.
Please join us in celebrating this milestone by purchasing a ticket to our Bourbon Raffle! Share with your friends, family and coworkers so they can join in too!
Bourbon Raffle Details
When: Raffle sales start today, June 3rd, and ends September 1st at Noon.
Where: This is an online only raffle. Please visit the link below to visit the raffle website.
Ticket Cost: Raffle tickets are $50 each. Purchase tickets here.
Ticket Quantity: There is a limit of 700 raffle tickets for this event.
Raffle Prizes: There are 5 raffle prize baskets. Each basket includes different types of bourbon. Some of the bourbon in these baskets includes: Pappy Van Winkle 15 Year, George T Stagg, Weller’s Black Label 12 Year, and much more!
First Tee of Greater Miami Valley serves the youth of Butler, Montgomery and Warren counties. Depending on the location, PLAYer through Eagle level programs are available in the summer in Dayton, Hamilton, Lebanon and Oxford. National School Programs also exist throughout the region.
First Tee builds positive character traits in young people through The First Tee Life Skills Experience, a curriculum developed by experts in the field of positive youth development and delivered by trained coaches. Through this experience, participants learn to apply life skills and transfer the positive values of golf to everyday life.
First Tee Nine Core Values:
Honesty, Integrity, Sportsmanship, Respect, Confidence, Responsibility, Perseverance, Courtesy and Judgment
When John & Kelly Hill purchased The Tavernette in Medway over 5 years ago, they had intentions to make change, but they wanted to pay respect to the community and past owners so they left it the same. With the mandatory shut down brought on by the Corona Virus, they decided the time was right for the change.
Since the building is located on County Road 316 and is the 17th stop on the historical byway in Medway, Ohio, the new names is derived from the historical byway (Lower Valley Pike) and with the new name comes 20 rotating taps and some bottled craft beers. Moeller Brew barn is brewing a 316 beer Tap & Barrel Beer. There are also over 100 bourbon’s awaiting your tasting. Joe the bartender, has been promoted to a manager and 10 more tv’s have been added inside.
The success of the patio inspired an additional new front patio. Perhaps the biggest change- the toys and paneling are gone, bringing a bright new feel to the dining room. The famous deviled eggs will stay and they’ve even added a bacon bourbon deviled egg .
Tex Mex Tuesday’s will stay, featuring $1 tacos, with their Quesadilla’s being the #1 seller.
At this time they are opening with a limited menu:
Loaded or sticky tots
Fried green tomatoes
Smoked whole chicken wings
Kelly’s southwest chicken
Grilled chicken sandwich
Fried chicken sandwich
Grilled chicken salad
Fried chicken salad
Mac and cheese
111 W Main St
Medway, Ohio 45341
The husband and wife team behind FINO SUR were both born in Lima Peru. They came to Dayton 15 years ago and have been working in restaurants over the years, while catering Peruvian food for friends and parties. Last September they participated in The Heritage Festival and after success there, decided to open a restaurant featuring the foods they loved to make.
The goal was to open the new restaurant in Centerville, OH early March 2020 and bring delicious Peruvian dishes and culture to the city. Unfortunately, the covid-19 crisis delayed our opening but they are finally ready to serve you.
The Boonshoft Museum of Discovery presents an exciting new camp program that bridges the gap for parents and teachers interested in helping youngsters learn in these challenging times.
Camp is an experience that allows children to explore topics that interest them, interact with others that also share those interests, and allows them to be kids and have fun!
The Museum’s Education Department organized a new, compelling summer enrichment program—Camp in a Box!
Camp in a Box is offered in two formats for a week of science investigations that are completed at home. The Basic Kit provides the materials and directions needed to allow a camper to work at their own pace independently, without the need of a computer.
“Our museum has been increasing the depth of our content and
our ability to deliver quality audio/visual experiences over the
past year. We are well positioned to ramp up quickly to be able to serve more children and families during this time,” acknowledged Dayton Society of Natural History President and CEO, Tracey Tomme.”
The Digital Kit includes everything in the Basic Kit, as well as a live interaction with an instructor, other campers that are enrolled, and special experiences tailored to their camp theme. It also includes field trips, behind the scenes adventures, and other opportunities of learning and discovery each day. All this is completed through their computer’s webcam. Camp in a Box can be shipped directly to your home, or can be picked up from the Museum.
“I believe the need for distance learning experiences will continue well beyond the virus. Our goal is to create and deliver over the internet and out of the box, programs that are just as engaging as being here in person,” added Ms. Tomme.
Registration for Camp in a Box is now open,
and includes a special member’s only discount. Scholarship opportunities are also available, and information is available on the Museum’s website.
Visit the museum website at BoonshoftMuseum.org, or call 937.275.7431 for more information.
Thursday, May 21st- it’s the big grand re-opening for many restaurants in the Miami Valley. Based on Governor DeWine’s decision, indoor dining rooms may reopen, with some stipulations.
A maximum of 10 people may sit together at restaurants and bars, the mandate reads. A minimum of six feet must be kept between parties – both when dining and waiting on a table. If this is not possible, the restaurant must utilize barriers and other protective measures.
The bars and restaurants must allow anyone inside of the business to wear a facial coverings, and also post a list of COVID-19 symptoms in a conspicuous space.
Employees are also required to perform a daily symptom assessment. All bars and restaurants must also establish and post maximum dining area capacity, using updating COVID-19 compliant floor plans.
You won’t see condiments on the tables, or decor. Menu’s will most often be paper and disposable. Menu’s may be limited due to product availability. The restaurants and their staff will be doing the best they can. If something is wrong, be kind in sharing your concerns. Be considerate, tip well aand don’ t camp out at tables.
Here are the establishments we’ve confirmed you can drink & dine at starting May 21st:
|Alematic Artisan Ales
Another Broken Egg Cafe
Bargos Grill & Tap
Bennett’s PublicalCarvers Steaks & Chops
Chiapas Mexican Grill
Clifton MillCoco’s Bistro
Cold Beer & Cheeseburgers
Company 7 BBQ
Crooked Handle Brewing Co
Flyboy’s Deli Oakwood
Jimmy’s Italian Kitchen
McIntosh’s Pub & Grub
Mr. Boro’s Tavern
Star City Brewing
Star City Brewing Company
The Blue Berry Cafe
The Dublin Pub
Toyko Grill & Sushi
What da Pho
Opening May 22nd:
Each Wednesday from May 20th until the end of October, the Fairborn Farmers Market opens mid-morning to early afternoon at the corner of Main Street and Grand Avenue in the Main Street Commons from 10am – 2pm.
Patrons can purchase fresh floral arrangements, baked goods, farm-grown produce, herbs, honey, preserves and other related items. All vendors must follow the Cottage Food Rules and have a signed Farmers’ Market Agreement on file with the City.
Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic:
With patio service in full effect and dining rooms starting to open on Thursday, May 21st many local restaurants are finding the need to add to their staff. Cooks, servers, hostesses, bartenders and cashiers.
Here are the folks that have told us they are hiring
1025 Shroyer Road, Dayton
219 S 2nd St, Miamisburg
Looking for awesome people to join our kitchen team at our Centerville location. Do you want to learn to make Neapolitan-style pizzas like the pros? We will consider people that have been crushing it in professional kitchens for years, and those that are willing to learn. Experience is fantastic, but the attitude is most important. Are you nice, honest, punctual, and not afraid of hard work? Do you hold up well under heat and pressure? Do you like food and dining, and want to work with other people who feel the same? If so, then you might just be who we are looking for!
$12+/Hour average starting compensation
Fun and professional work environment
Daytime, evening and weekend shifts available
Paid time off
Generous discounts on food
Closed Mondays and 4 major holidays
524 E 5th St, Dayton
Roost in the Oregon District is immediately hiring high caliber line cooks, servers, bartenders and dishwashers. A minimum of 3 years experience needed (not needed for dish washers).
Send resume to [email protected]!
5 S Market St, Troy
Looking for a line cook to join the team at The Caroline!
$10 – $15 dollars per hour depending on experience, and Tues-Sat work week.
3261 West Siebenthaler Ave, Dayton