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New eatery planned in Centerville

 

A new eatery appears to be in the works in Centerville.

 

A company called "Meefs LLC" filed a liquor permit with the state of Ohio this week for an establishment called "Tuscanys Grill & Market." The address listed for Tuscanys is 881 E. Franklin St., which is near downtown Centerville. The site is currently a Cork N Bottle convenience store.

 

A spokesperson for the city of Centerville stated they currently do not have any proposals or filings related to Tuscanys.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2020/02/21/new-eatery-planned-in-centerville.html

 

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Familiar local restaurant to launch new location in downtown Dayton

 

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A popular aviation-themed local eatery that closed its Beavercreek location in late December will soon reopen in downtown Dayton.

 

Flyboy's Deli has signed a lease agreement with CareSource to occupy space at CareSource's Ballpark Village building at 230 E. Monument Ave. in downtown Dayton. The deli will become the second eatery at the site following the launch of Winans Chocolates & Coffee, which opened Jan. 17.

 

“We could have added more office space in that area but we wanted to do something more,” said David Clapper, director of facilities management at CareSource. “We decided to add amenities that improve the experience of the people who live, work and play in the downtown area including our employees.”

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2020/03/02/familiar-local-restaurant-to-launch-new-location.html


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New Chipotle in the works at Middletown mall

 

One of the nation's most popular fast-casual chains will soon make its debut in a Greater Dayton suburb.

 

Chipotle Mexican Grill, (NYSE:CMG), a California-based restaurant chain serving up tacos and Mission-style burritos, plans to open a new location in an outlot at the Towne Mall in Middletown. It will be Chipotle's first location in the city.

 

The company filed a liquor permit Monday in connection with the project, which has been in the works for more than a year. Byblos Development Ohio, the Florida-based developer who owns the mall, submitted preliminary site plans to build the 2,400-square-foot restaurant to the Middletown Planning Commission in January 2019.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2020/03/06/new-chipotle-in-the-works-at-middletown-mall.html

 

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Coffee shop key player in Xenia's 'small business revolution'

 

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Part of Xenia's expanding small business scene, one local entrepreneur has built her rapidly-growing coffee shops with a community focus.

 

Cynthia "Cymp" Stemple launched the Coffee Hub in downtown Xenia in 2017. The Coffee Hub serves specialty espresso, drinks, coldbrew, drip coffee, homemade chai, teas, frappes, donuts, gluten free baked goods and more. Since then, she's expanded to open two additional coffee shop locations — one located at 3375 Dayton Xenia Road in Beavercreek and another in Dayton Metro Library's main library campus.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2020/03/09/coffee-shop-key-player-in-xenias-small-business.html


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Back Home Tavern will keep you coming back to Brown Street

 

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Back Home Tavern & Table is a welcomed new addition to the Brown Street area near the University of Dayton. It fills the space left behind by Romer's Bar & Grill, and before that Bargos Grill & Tap. The restaurant boasts scratch-made food and bar bites inspired by the restaurants and recipes of Idaho - think good fries and comfort food. Here’s what I found there on a rainy afternoon...

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2020/03/09/dining-in-dayton-back-home-tavern-will-keep-you.html


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Fast-growing taco restaurant plans second Dayton-area location

 

The new restaurant, to be located south of Dayton, is the second location the Columbus-based chain is planning in the region.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2020/03/20/fast-growing-taco-restaurant-plans-second-dayton.html

 

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New pizzeria planned for Dayton region 

 

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A new pizzeria is planned in Shelby County.

 

The restaurant would add to the growing dining scene within the city, which will also welcome a new Italian eatery.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2020/03/23/new-pizzeria-planned-for-dayton-region.html


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New cafe-bar coming to Fire Blocks District in downtown Dayton

 

A new establishment that will serve as a cafe by day and a bar by night is making its way to downtown Dayton.

 

The Little Gem Social Club is slated to open at 132 E. Third St. in the Fire Blocks District. Owner Robert Myers, a California man who grew up in the Dayton region, recently signed a lease for the new cafe-bar and is currently working on the design phase of the project. He's not sure when it will open, as the spread of the coronavirus has thrown business development efforts into somewhat of a tailspin, but he said he is excited to share the news.

 

"I was supposed to fly out a day after they locked us down in California," Myers told me in an exclusive interview. "I still have some stuff to wrap up in California and coronavirus obviously disrupted everyone's plans, but I'm excited to finally move forward with this."

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2020/03/25/exclusive-new-cafe-bar-coming-to-fire-blocks.html

 

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Flurry of commercial construction projects underway in Huber Heights

 

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A flurry of commercial construction projects are underway in Huber Heights. When completed, the projects will bring new food and beverage establishments to the city, along with expansions for some of the city's largest and fastest-growing companies.

 

Here is a breakdown of new and existing businesses that are making waves in Huber Heights.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2020/05/01/flurry-of-commercial-construction-projects.html


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West Dayton building to be transformed into entrepreneurial food hall, coffee bar

 

Officials say this project will serve as a catalyst for development by adding much needed amenities for businesses to attract employees and developers to west Dayton.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2020/05/19/west-dayton-1100-w-third-st.html

 

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Taco restaurant sets opening date for first Dayton-area location

 

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A Columbus-based restaurant chain that describes itself as "weird yet wonderful" has set an opening date for its first Dayton-area location.

 

Condado Tacos, a build-your-own tacos and tequila joint that has been expanding rapidly across Ohio and the Midwest, will open in July at 4482 Glengarry Drive, which is located at The Greene Town Center in Beavercreek. The restaurant's interior will be decorated with street art from local artists, depicting some of the inventions that have come out of Dayton.

 

When it opens, the menu will feature a variety of tacos, including six new additions that are being rolled out. Menu items also include Condado specialities such as guacamole, tequila and margaritas, as well as a $10 "Bud Box" that features two tacos, a half-sized traditional guacamole or queso blanco, and chips.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2020/05/29/condado-tacos.html


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Local restaurant chain moving forward with new location at Dayton-area mall

 

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The new restaurant will be the fifth location for the local chain.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2020/06/01/basils-update.html


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Would have preferred this in a more walkable area like downtown Miamisburg or something, but it's nice to see Basil's doing good enough to open another local location.

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New restaurants filling the void left by closures of longstanding establishments in Moraine

 

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The city of Moraine lost a pair of longstanding restaurant-bars in recent years, but other concepts are taking their place.

 

Chappys Tap Room and Grille closed its West Alex-Bell Road location permanently in 2018 after its owners decided to consolidate operations at another location, Chappys Social House, in Washington Township. Less than a year later, another well-known establishment in the city, Upper Deck Tavern, closed its doors.

 

Upper Deck, located on Blanchard Avenue, was a hot spot for workers at the General Motors plant before it shut down, while Chappys was an early leader in the region's craft beer scene. Though the Upper Deck building is still closed, it has a new owner who is turning the facility into a restaurant. Additionally, Chappys former space is now home to a local Mexican restaurant.

 

Chiapas Mexican Grill opened in Moraine just a couple weeks before the Covid-19 pandemic set it. It is just the second location for the local establishment, which opened its first restaurant in Centerville.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2020/06/05/moraine-community-spotlight-restaurants.html


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Growing coffee shop expands to west Dayton

 

A growing Dayton-area coffee and tea shop is gaining momentum with its new second location, set to open by the end of the year.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2020/06/10/growing-coffee-shop-eyes-additional-expansions.html

 

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Wright Dunbar Food Hall

 

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Located adjacent to the National Aviation Heritage Museum and original Wright Bros Cycle shop sits a 6,000 square foot one story building where Dillin is creating a Food Hall containing 5 food stations, coffee shop and bar to serve the surrounding neighborhood and destination foodies alike in a first phase investment.

 

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About time!


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Pop-Up Patio Program enables Dayton businesses to expand outdoor dining

 

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The city of Dayton is launching a pilot program to help first-floor businesses expand outdoor seating areas, and a group of local organizations have partnered to offer their assistance.

 

The Downtown Dayton Partnership is helping downtown businesses interested in participating in the Pop-Up Patio Program, which is in direct response to public health directives that cut indoor seating capacity by as much as half.

 

These measures were put in place to reduce the spread of Covid-19. In many cases, expanding the availability of outdoor dining could be a way for businesses to accommodate more patrons, in addition to measures taken to expand carryout and online ordering.

 

With the help of Miller-Valentine Group, Dayton Arcade developer Cross Street Partners and Requarth Lumber, the DDP and a group of volunteers spent Monday morning building pop-up patio starter kits. The group was able to build 75 kits in about two hours.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2020/06/15/pop-up-patios.html


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Dayton coffee shop owner plans two new ventures in west Dayton

 

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The owner of a local coffee shop is relocating in downtown Dayton, and at the same time is planning an expansion into the city's west side.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2020/06/17/third-perk.html


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Chicken chain plans new location near Fairfield Commons development

 

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After opening up its first Beavercreek location in 2018, a popular Louisiana-based chicken chain plans to expand its footprint in the Dayton suburb.

 

The project will help round out the Mall at Fairfield Commons development in Beavercreek, bringing another dining option for mall visitors and hotel guests.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2020/06/24/raising-canes-plans-new-location-in-beavercreek.html


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