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The best patios in and around Dayton

Ahh, it’s that time of year again. We can’t wait to hear our hostess ask, “Would you like a seat inside or on the patio?”

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If you’re like us, you’re ready to say “patio please!”  

We’ve rounded up the best patios to visit in and around Dayton. 

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Little York Tavern & Pizza

Why? Our readers voted Little York’s patio the best in Dayton in 2017, and for good reason. The spacious outdoor area features charming archways for you to sit beneath as you scarf down pub fare and brews.

Where: 4120 Little York Rd., Dayton

Hours: Mon-Sat 11 to 2:30 a.m., Sun 12 p.m. to 2:30 a.m.

Info: WebsiteCall 937-890-6700

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Bargos Grill & Tap 

Why? Another top choice from Dayton.com readers, Bargo’s has a wide selection of beers on tap (including local) as well as tasty kitchen offerings. The patio features an outside connection to the bar so you can stay outside in the sunshine -- oh and don’t miss their “Crazy Hour” for a great drink discount.

Where: Two locations in Centerville and Fairfield

Hours: Mon-Sat 11 a.m. to 2:30 a.m., Sun 12- to :30 a.m.

Info: Website | Call 937-999-1347 (Centerville)

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Basil’s on Market

Why? Few things are better than beautiful, delicious drinks and food overlooking the Great Miami River.

Where: 312 N. Patterson Blvd., Dayton 

Hours: Mon-Thurs 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., Fri-Sat 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Sun 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Info: Website | Call 937-818-4390

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The Dayton Beer Company

Why? A variety of games, locally-crafted brews and the buzz of the city make this spot a patio favorite. 

Where: 41 Madison St., Dayton 

Hours: Tues-Thurs 4 to 10 p.m., Fri 4 p.m. to 12 a.m., Saturday 12 p.m. to 12 a.m., Sun 12 to 6 p.m.

Info: Website | Call 937-228-2337

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Dublin Pub

Why? This is one of the chillest patios in the city. Sit under an umbrella and order a pint. 

Where: 300 Wayne Ave., Dayton

Hours: Mon-Thurs 11 a.m. to 1 a.m., Fri-Sat 11 a.m. to 2:30 a.m., Sun 11 a.m. to 12 a.m.

Info: Website | 937-224-7822

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Wheat Penny Restaurant

Why? Nothing goes better with vino and pizza than outdoors. Wheat Penny’s patio is great for groups, too.

Where: 515 Wayne Ave., Dayton

Hours: Mon-Sat 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Info: Website | Call 937-496-5268

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Ye Olde Trail Tavern

Why? You get a front row seat to people watch in the heart of downtown Yellow Springs, plus there’s great food and drink. Do a little shopping, then find a seat on the patio of Ohio’s second oldest restaurant.

Where: 228 Xenia Ave., Yellow Springs

Hours: Mon-Sun 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Info: Website | Call 937-767-7448

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The Caroline 

Why? The Caroline has great food, and you get to enjoy it with a view of Troy’s charming Public Square.

Where: 5 S. Market St., Troy

Hours: Mon-Thurs 4 to 9 p.m., Fri-Sat 4 to 9:30 p.m.

Info:Website | 937-552-7676

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Coco’s Bistro

Why? Those in search of a little romance need not look further than Coco’s cool, inviting patio.

Where: 250 Warren St., Dayton

Hours: Mon-Thurs 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Fri 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., Sat 5 to 11 p.m.

Info: Website | Call 937-228-2626

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Fifth Street Brewpub

Why? It’s a beer garden with homegrown brew -- what’s not to love?

Where: 1600 E. 5th St., Dayton

Hours: Mon-Thurs 4 to 11 p.m., Fri 11 to 12 a.m., Sat 10 a.m. to 12 a.m , Sun 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Info: Website | Call 937-443-0919

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The Oregon Express

Why? The patio may no the fancy, but you’ll get a bird’s eye view of the Oregon District and that can been very, very interesting indeed.

Where: 336 E. 5th St., Dayton

Hours: Mon-Fri 11:30 a.m. to 2 a.m., Sat 5 p.m. to 2 a.m.

Info: Website | Call 937-223-9205

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TJ Chumps

Why? With spacious dining spaces, TVs at nearly every angle and a huge variety of food and drink offerings, TJ Chumps patios at its four Dayton-area locations make it easy to enjoy the covered cozy patio tables.

Where: Multiple location sin Englewood, Huber Heights, Miamisburg and Fairborn.

Hours: Mon-Thurs 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., Fri-Sat 11 a.m. to 12:30 a.m.

Info: Website 

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Lily’s Bistro

Why? Lily’s has three patios with personality, including two that face Fifth Street. The restaurant’s beautifully landscaped back patio is a no-so-secret oasis that can accommodate up to 500 people.

Where: 329 E. 5th St., Dayton

Hours: Tues-Fri 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Tues-Thurs 5 to 9 p.m., Fri-Sat 5 to 11 p.m., Sat-Sun 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sun 5 to 9 p.m.

Info: Website | Call 937-723-7637

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Brio Tuscan Grille

Why? The restaurant’s sophisticated patio is the perfect place to watch entertainment happening in The Greene with munchies on your fork and wine in your glass.

Where: 4459 Cedar Park Dr., Beavercreek

Hours: Sun-Thurs 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Fri-Sat 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Info: Website | Call 937-429-7792

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Peach’s Bar & Grill 

Why? Peach’s is a great spot to put back on those pounds you took off on the nearby Greene County bike path. Good food, people watching and beer help, too. While you’re in the Village, check out the patio at Yellow Springs Brewery.

Where: 104 Xenia Ave., Yellow Springs

Hours: Mon-Sun 11 to 2:30 a.m.

Info: Website | Call 937-767-4850

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Jimmie’s Ladder 11

Why? Potted plants help set the mood on this beautifully decorated and relaxed patio near UD. There is plenty of room for the entire gang.

Where: 936 Brown St., Dayton

Hours: Mon-Sun 11 to 2:30 a.m.

Info: Website | Call 937-424-1784

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El Meson

Why? Thanks to food and cocktails that transport you to Central America, South America and the Caribbean, festive decorations, heaters and weather panels, it always feels like the tropics on El Meson’s main patio -- even in the winter. You are not in the Buckeye State when you are one of the eatery’s patios.

Where: 903 E. Dixie Dr., Dayton

Hours: Mon-Thurs 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., 4:30 to 9 p.m., Fri 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., 4:30 to 10 p.m., Sat 4:30 to 10 p.m.

Info: Website | Call 937-859-8229

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The Trolley Stop

Why? The Trolley Stop patio is a number of things, depending on the day and time you visit. It is a hidden garden in the middle of the city where you can read a book over lunch, a chill place to catch up with friends or a place to be seen my anyone who wants to look.

Where:

Hours: Mon-Sun 11 to 2 a.m.

Info:Website | Call 937-461-1101

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Did your favorite spot make the list? Drop me a line at alex.perry@coxinc.com.

This new, locally-owned ice cream shop is NOW HIRING -- and gearing up to open

A new ice cream shop in the works in Fairborn, co-founded and operated by a recent graduate of Ohio State University, is now hiring and gearing up to open later this year. 

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Julie Domicone — who graduated from OSU’s Fisher College of Business last May with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, specializing in operations and logistics management — is the driving force behind Jubie’s Creamery in the works at 471 W. Dayton-Yellow Springs Road in Fairborn.

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“No official opening date has been decided, but we are very close,” Domicone told this news outlet today.

Jubie’s Creamery will be located in a building that has been vacant for several years. It previously housed Mekong Vietnamese restaurant, which closed about nine years ago, Fairborn city officials said.

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Julie Domicone was born and raised in Beavercreek; her father, Fred Domicone, grew up in Fairborn and has owned and operated Domicone Printing on Kauffman Avenue in Fairborn for about 30 years. Julie’s mother, Stacey Domicone, purchased the former restaurant building in 2011.

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“Together, we decided to turn it into an ice cream shop shortly after the purchase,” Julie Domicone said last August, when the project began in earnest. “Since then, we have attended conventions, visited with suppliers, researched the industry, (and) tested various flavors/types of frozen desserts.

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“We plan to serve both hand-dipped and soft-serve ice cream, all made in-house, one small batch at a time,” Domicone said. “While our menu is not finalized yet, we do plan on serving sundaes, shakes, concretes, create-your-own-cookie sandwiches, and a variety of cones along with other specialty items.”

Those interested in applying for positions at Jubie’s Creamery can go to its web site “employment” tab at www.jubiescreamery.com/employment.

More information about the new ice cream shop in the making can be found at the Jubie’s Creamery Facebook page at www.facebook.com/jubiescreamery.

What’s better than one Cinco de Mayo celebration? El Meson says two

El Meson is yet again expanding their Cinco de Mayo celebration, and this year, the party will go on for two days.  

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On Friday, May 4 and Saturday, May 5,the Mexican eatery will feature dancing, live music, food trucks, a Cantera Negra Tequila Tasting and fare from the restaurant’s own kitchen and bar. 

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“We’ve made so many great friends over the years and these celebrations are a great chance to be with you all,” Bill Castro, owner of El Meson said in a press release to this news organization. “The tents and heaters will be up in the parking lot, the trucks will be turning out amazing Latin street food, and we’ve got two days of live music. We can’t wait to see you!”

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General admission tickets for Friday and Saturday are $5 each.

Cantera Negra Tequila Tasting tickets cost $45 (Friday only) and include four tastes of tequila, gourmet street food and a reserved area by the bands. 

VIP patio tickets (Saturday only) cost $25 and provide patrons a more private space to celebrate. Private rooms are also available for both days. 

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Friday music lineup:  Freakquency 4 to 6 p.m. Nothing But Treble 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Green Light Morning 9 to 11 p.m.

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Saturday music lineup:  Trey Stone 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. Nasty Bingo 3 to 5 p.m. Ithika 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Funky G & The Groove Machine 8 to 11 p.m.

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Want to go?

WHAT: Cinco de Mayo at El Meson

WHERE: 903 East Dixie Dr., Dayton

WHEN: Friday, May 4 from 4-11 p.m. and Saturday, May 5 from 12-11 p.m.

TICKETS: Tequila Tasting TicketsSaturday VIP and General Admision

INFO: El Meson CDM FacebookTasting Event Facebook

CONTACT: Bill Castro elmeson@aol.com | Call 937-859-8229

This hometown cafe has some INCREDIBLE history -- and a menu of comfort food, to boot

On a chilly Wednesday, I was on a hunt for comfort food. Having just ran through New Carlisle, I thought back to my feature on the town’s must-visit spots, and opted for the highly-rated Stagecoach Cafe for lunch.

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On the outside, the building looks like most in town. Tall, slightly narrow, clearly home to a unique history. I parked in the lot behind the cafe -- a convenient option for anyone with kids, or elderly, to avoid the street. 

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I was immediately welcomed by owner Andrea Wallingford Barr, and found myself a seat. The first things I took in was the banter of the patrons, the decor -- I believe my mother in law refers to it as “primitive” -- and the smell. Mmmm, what could that be? I was definitely hungry at this point. 

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>> Make this year unforgettable -- your 2018 Dayton bucket list I decided to order the daily special, which was soup beans with ham and cornbread. The name alone felt comforting. I also added a chef salad, which was much bigger than I expected. 

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Just as I’d hoped, the cornbread with the warm bowl of beans, onions and ham brought me immediate comfort. The salad freshened up the palate, and I appreciated the fact it was made with artisan lettuce versus a bagged blend. You can always tell when the lettuce is fresh, hand-cut versus pre-packaged with tasteless onions and carrots. 

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As I ate, I spoke with Barr and other guests about the cafe -- formerly a residence, church, bank, and as the name tells, a stagecoach stop. I learned one of their regulars, a man named Dewie, would be celebrating his 97th birthday the next day. Barr told me stories about Dewie as a WWII fighter pilot and how he found John Dillinger's getaway car off Union Road just outside of town. Abe’s Hidden Treasures in New Carlisle was formerly a bank, and the first top Dillinger made in his bank-robbing escapade that began just north of Dayton. 

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By this point, I was done with my food but I stayed for the conversation. I was fascinated by the stories of local mobsters, a hidden speakeasy, businesses of the past, and other artifacts of the town’s history.

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I couldn’t stay much longer as I had to run to another assignment, but after this pleasant experience -- both knowledge and food -- I have to say I’ll be coming back around again soon. There’s more menu to try and more history to learn, after all. 

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Want to go?

WHAT: Stagecoach Cafe

WHERE: 120 W. Jefferson St., New Carlisle

HOURS: 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday

CONTACT: Call 937-679-5282

CAN YOU DO IT? Here’s how to try this epic burger with two grilled cheese sandwiches as buns

If you’ve never had an Old Skool Burger from this popular restaurant, you’re in for a treat. 

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Melt Bar and Grilled will be bringing back their popular burgers for the next three months at all locations. Burgers can be made from a choice of 8-oz. ground steak, a house-made veggie burger or the brand new Impossible Burger. 

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Of special note is the Reverend Horton Meat Burger, which is quite the behemoth. It features two kindergarten grilled cheese sandwiches deep fried as buns, double ground steak burgers, crisp bacon, triple American cheese. Vegetarian available. Dannnnng.

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Melt’s Burger Menu:

Melt Burger / 8 oz. ground steak burger or house-made veggie burger, choose your cheese. Vegetarian available, vegan available. Breakfast Burger / Farm fresh fried eggs, crisp bacon, american cheese. Vegetarian available, vegan available. Fat City Burger / Honey ham, salami, crisp bacon, Swiss and American cheeses.BBQ Pig Burger / Roasted pulled pork, thick-cut onion rings, sweet BBQ sauce, sharp cheddar.Blackened Blue Burger / Blackening spice rub, thick-cut onion rings, bleu cheese crumbles and bleu cheese dressing. Vegetarian available. El Diablo Burger / Ancho, pasilla negro, cayenne and chipotle pepper rub, fresh jalapeno peppers, sweet chipotle sauce, pepper-jack cheese. Vegetarian available, vegan available. French Onion Burger / Creamy french onion dip, caramel port onions, crispy fried onions, Swiss cheese. Vegetarian available.Peanut Butter Bacon Burger / House-made peanut butter, hickory bacon, provolone. Vegetarian available, vegan available.Reverend Horton Meat Burger / Two kindergarten grilled cheese sandwiches deep fried as buns, double ground steak burgers, crisp bacon, triple american cheese. Vegetarian available. 

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Their seasonal sides for April include potato salad (vegetarian) and Kung Pow broccoli (vegetarian or vegan). April’s featured dessert is strawberry shortcake bread pudding. The featured beer is North Coast Steller IPA and cocktail feature is the Hurricane Melt (two blends of rum, lime and orange juice, garnished with house-made grenadine).

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Their main menu, take-out menu, happy hour menu, vegan/gluten free menu and catering menu will also see changes throughout the month, expanding options and updating recipes.

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The Harvest for Hunger campaign to benefit the Dayton food banks is here and Melt Bar and Grilled encourages all guests to "round up the bill to fight hunger" the weekend of April 27th – 29th. All money raised will be donated directly to Ohio food banks to battle hunger right here at home and all money collected will be matched by Melt. Click here for more information. 

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Want to go?

WHAT: Melt Bar and Grilled

WHERE: 2727 Fairfield Commons Unit C, Beavercreek

INFO: Call 937-912-1880 | Website

12 new foods available at Cincinnati Reds games this season

The culinary team at Great American Ball Park has released their new concessions for the 2018 baseball season. As you might expect given sports stadium trends around the country, the new items tend to be standard ballpark fare with a slight ethnic twist. 

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1. The Goetta Burger

This patty comprised of German ground meat and oats makes it a uniquely Cincinnati ballpark item. It comes topped with Swiss cheese and is served on a Servatii’s pretzel bun. 

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2. Goetta Fry Box

Cincinnatians know that goetta is used to make and flavor all kinds of dishes. In this case, it’s a box filled with fries or tots (your choice) and topped with goetta gravy, bacon, shredded cheddar cheese, and green onions. 

3. Queen City Wicked Sausages

Another spicy product of Cincinnati’s German heritage. Once you choose between a chipotle, ghost pepper, or jalapeno sausage, it comes topped with peppers and onions. 

4. Queen City Fried Garlic Bologna

This fried bologna sandwich is served on a three-meal bun and topped with spicy mustard. 

5. B.L.T. Dog

This variation on an American classic adds a juicy hot dog and Sriracha mayo. 

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6. Street Tacos

GABP joins the rest of the restaurant industry in changing up this favorite dish. Choose between chicken and pork as your basic filling, and it’ll come topped with onion, cilantro, and queso, with a lime on the side. 

7. Smokehouse Bowl

Imagine a large, bowl-shaped tortilla shell packed with pulled pork, coleslaw, and mac and cheese, topped with Montgomery Inn BBQ sauce. 

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8. Smoked Bone-In Chop 

A 14-ounce porterhouse pork chop with coleslaw on the side. 

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9. The Triple Play

The trio in this baseball-themed dish is a smoked turkey wing, a pork wing, and a whole chicken wing. 

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10. Candy Cloud Waffle Cone

For dessert, try this waffle cone swathed in blue or pink cotton candy and filled with soft-serve ice cream and sprinkles. 

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In addition to the above in-house creations, GABP is also adding Frisch’s hot fudge cakes and ice cream treats from Graeter’s.

Want a free burrito? Here’s how to get BOGO Chipotle at local stores this week

Show your team spirit at local Chipotle stores on Friday, and you’ll get buy one, get one free burritos.

For #HockeyJerseyDay, Chipotle is offering a special deal for hockey fans. Rock your favorite hockey jersey on March 2 from 10:45am to 10 p.m. and get a buy-one, get-one free burrito, bowl, salad or order of tacos in honor of USA Hockey’s Hockey Weekend Across America.

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The offer is valid from 10:45 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Friday at participating Chipotle locations.

The deal cannot be combined with other coupons, promotions, or special offers. A Chipotle spokesman told this news organization that all local stores will be participating.

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Mark Wahlberg was in Cincinnati to celebrate the new Wahlburgers

Forget Zac Efron! Another former teen pop idol turned acclaimed actor rolled into the Queen City this week.

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Mark Wahlberg hosted a private, red-carpet event at 4:30 p.m. Monday to celebrate the recent opening of the Wahlburgers restaurant named after him and his brothers Paul and Donnie.

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Judging from photos posted on social media, there was quite a turnout.

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Franchise owner Nino Cutraro opened Wahlburgers' newest location in January at 199 E. Sixth St.  

The eatery serves a variety of burgers, salads, macaroni and cheese and specialty sandwiches. It also has a full-service bar with 20 beers on tap. 

Mark Wahlberg was in Cincinnati in August 2017 to announce the new location. There are currently Wahlburgers in nine states and in Canada. A Wahlburgers restaurant opened in May 2017 in Cleveland. 

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Reporter Brian Mains contributed to this report.

Notorious southern fried chicken and biscuits chain looking to open first Ohio location

Probably the best fried chicken in existence is considering coming to Cincinnati for the first time.

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Bojangles' -- a fried chicken and biscuits chain restaurant primarily located in the Southeast -- is seeking franchise owners to help the company expand to Cincinnati, according to a news release from Bojangles' spokesman Cliff Cermak.

This is a deeply emotional announcement for me and likely many other Cincinnatians who have migrated from the southern U.S.

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In addition to Cincinnati, Bo's wants to open restaurants in Louisville and Evansville, Indiana. Right now, restaurants are located only in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia and Washington D.C.

Bojangles' is absolutely amazing, according to myself and my taste buds. The restaurant's chicken biscuits are the perfect breakfast, lunch and/or dinner. The chicken itself is just delectable -- it's definitely greasy, but not too greasy. It's crispy and perfect. Bojangles also has Cajun chicken, which is delightfully spicy, and pairs well with a honey and butter-smothered buttermilk biscuit.

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The chain's sides alone blow any other drive-thru restaurant's out of the water: macaroni and cheese, dirty rice and Cajun pinto beans, among others. Bojangles' has truly Southern sweet tea, too -- the kind that gives you a toothache after two swigs. 

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And I'm not the only person crazy about Bojangles': This couple had Cajun chicken biscuits at their wedding.

And this guy decorated his graduation cap with a Bo's box and drink cup.

So, if you're looking for your next business venture in the Queen City, this is my personal plea to consider franchising a Bojangles' restaurant. I promise that I, solely, will be the source of a disgusting amount of business.

Share the good news with all your Bo-Berry Biscuit lovin’ friends:

Free tacos! Taco Bell offers freebie Wednesday

Free tacos, anyone? 

Thanks to Taco Bell and Houston Astros outfielder Cameron Maybin, anyone can snag a free taco today between 2 and 6 p.m. local time.

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The deal is a part of Taco Bell’s Steal a Base, Steal a Taco promotion during the World Series. 

Maybin stole a base Oct. 25 in Los Angeles during the 11th inning of Game 2 of the World Series.

Participating locations will offer Doritos Locos taco to customers while supplies last. There is a limit of one taco per customer.

The Astros and the Dodgers are tied with three wins each in the World Series. Game 7, to be played tonight in Los Angeles, will determine the championship winner. 

If any player steals a base in tonight’s game, Taco Bell will offer another free Doritos Locos promotion.

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