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    Re: What to do in Dayton

    Quote Originally Posted by BRM View Post
    Nice gals can be found anywhere. You may have to look harder in some places though.
    Plenty of nice gals in Dayton. Great personalities.
    When all is said and done more is said than done.

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    Re: What to do in Dayton

    Quote Originally Posted by dabvu2498 View Post
    Plenty of nice gals in Dayton. Great personalities.
    I don't doubt it.

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    Re: What to do in Dayton

    I don't know how many of you care, but I just heard that the Nite Owl closed. I didn't go up to Dayton too often, but that was one of the places I enjoyed going to.

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    Re: What to do in Dayton

    Quote Originally Posted by dabvu2498 View Post
    Plenty of nice gals in Dayton. Great personalities.
    That means they're ugly doesn't it?
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    Re: What to do in Dayton

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    That means they're ugly doesn't it?

    I wouldn't worry about it. I'm sure you have a great personality too.
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    Re: What to do in Dayton

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    - My knowledge of UD bars is 25 years stale. Is The Shed still down there?
    The Shed was purchased and remodeled by Greg Gels, UD alum and former UD football player, circa 1995 or so. The bar became known as The Fieldhouse, and it's the big night spot for UD students. And yes, they did get rid of the famous Shed couches.

    A lot has changed on Brown Street over the last 5 years. They've torn down a ton of old buildings, and they now have Chipotle, Panera Bread, and other small shops where things like Submarine Alley, Arby's, and Submarine House used to be.

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    Re: What to do in Dayton

    Quote Originally Posted by OesterPoster View Post
    The Shed was purchased and remodeled by Greg Gels, UD alum and former UD football player, circa 1995 or so. The bar became known as The Fieldhouse, and it's the big night spot for UD students. And yes, they did get rid of the famous Shed couches.

    A lot has changed on Brown Street over the last 5 years. They've torn down a ton of old buildings, and they now have Chipotle, Panera Bread, and other small shops where things like Submarine Alley, Arby's, and Submarine House used to be.
    I remember the Shed had a stuffed sleeping dog lying by the fireplace. Many a drunk would go over the dog and pet it and say "good doggie".

    I worked at the Red Barn Chicken next door to the Shed circa 1972 (yes, I'm old). Soaked up a lot of suds at the Shed, Timothy's, etc. etc.

    Building Chipotle, Panera Bread, etc. aroud college campuses seems rampant these days.

    And I married a Dayton girl too (actually a Kettering girl but close enough).

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    Re: What to do in Dayton

    I once made it with a very attractive girl from Vandalia. Poor personality, though.

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    Re: What to do in Dayton

    Quote Originally Posted by Falls City Beer View Post
    I once made it with a very attractive girl from Vandalia. Poor personality, though.
    Outside the city limits does not count.
    When all is said and done more is said than done.

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    Re: What to do in Dayton

    Quote Originally Posted by OesterPoster View Post
    A lot has changed on Brown Street over the last 5 years. They've torn down a ton of old buildings, and they now have Chipotle, Panera Bread, and other small shops where things like Submarine Alley, Arby's, and Submarine House used to be.
    A change for the better... times 100. The Submarine House is still there (and 2nd Time Around). A lot more places to eat (the above-mentioned plus Penn Station, Potbelly Sandwiches, Jimmy Johns, some Noodle place, another pizza place, another Chipolte type place, etc). Milanos has also been re-built and is much nicer.
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    Re: What to do in Dayton

    Perhaps a visit to the Love Boutique on Keowee St.?


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    Re: What to do in Dayton

    There's always Diamonds.
    My dad got to enjoy 3 Reds World Championships by the time he was my age. So far, I've only gotten to enjoy one. Step it up Redlegs!

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    Re: What to do in Dayton

    Thanks for the input. Looks like I will take a book to read by the hotel pool and go see a movie.

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    Re: What to do in Dayton

    Quote Originally Posted by klw View Post
    Thanks for the input. Looks like I will take a book to read by the hotel pool and go see a movie.
    Check the Nutter center and see if they have any entertainment (concerts etc.) scheduled during your time in Dayton, take in the Fair Field Commons Mall, or you could drive on up to Springfield and see what nothing to do really looks like. Some think that the Oregon district is interesting, are the Bats in town, take a look at Fifth Third Field.

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