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    Re: Dinner suggestions (West Chester/Liberty Township areas)

    There's probably 20 breweries within close proximity

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    Grainworks
    Third Eye
    Municipal BrewWorks
    DogBerry
    Swine City


    Food wise, Rivertown in Monroe beats them all though there is an asian place in Hamilton next to Municipal that is awesome....Basil something or another


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    Re: Dinner suggestions (West Chester/Liberty Township areas)

    Draft Bar and Grille just hired a new chef too, they're doing some cool stuff and you can sit outside. It's near Lakota East.

    Any of these places would work for you, just your preference at this point.

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    Re: Dinner suggestions (West Chester/Liberty Township areas)

    Quote Originally Posted by dabvu2498 View Post
    Had takeout from Agave and Rye a couple weeks ago. It was ok. Their tacos are monstrous, but I think I ordered the wrong two. My wife’s was much better so I had order envy.
    Which ones did you have? I love that place.

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    Re: Dinner suggestions (West Chester/Liberty Township areas)

    Wife worked late and I didn’t feel like cooking so we’re outside at Sonder drinking a beer and ordering dinner.

    We tried deSha’s for burger week but it was an hour wait.
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    Re: Dinner suggestions (West Chester/Liberty Township areas)

    Gracie's in Middletown is awesome too, but I don't know if they are still open during covid.

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    Re: Dinner suggestions (West Chester/Liberty Township areas)

    Not in the area you’re looking for but try it if you get down to OTR. An awesome burger. It’s in Rhinegeist Brewery.

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    Re: Dinner suggestions (West Chester/Liberty Township areas)

    Quote Originally Posted by Kinsm View Post
    Which ones did you have? I love that place.
    I donít remember honestly. I remember thinking they were greasy and heavy. So probably something with beef.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kinsm View Post
    Gracie's in Middletown is awesome too, but I don't know if they are still open during covid.
    Gracieís is doing deli-style service with very limited options out of their little retail space, but the restaurant is closed for sit-down service.

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    One other worth mention, even though itís a small chain (so is Agave and Rye for that matter), is Flip Side. Great burgers and probably the best beer list in Butler County.
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    Re: Dinner suggestions (West Chester/Liberty Township areas)

    I'm pretty much settled on Sonder Brewing, but the person I'm meeting had to push to 8:30 now, which isn't exactly ideal since Sonder and a number of other restaurants close at 10 PM. I think it'll work, though. Lot of great food options down there, I've noticed.
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    Re: Dinner suggestions (West Chester/Liberty Township areas)

    Quote Originally Posted by RedTeamGo! View Post
    Unrelated, but my freshman year roommate at UD texted me a couple nights ago a pizza box from Cousin Vinny’s. Apparently they opened a location in Columbus, haha.
    Gotta go with the Big Ten (which appears to now be the $14 Big Deal). Given the quality of that pizza, it's a wonder they have conquered the country.

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    Re: Dinner suggestions (West Chester/Liberty Township areas)

    Quote Originally Posted by BillDoran View Post
    Gotta go with the Big Ten (which appears to now be the $14 Big Deal). Given the quality of that pizza, it's a wonder they have conquered the country.

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    I remember buying $5 large pizzas from CV in 2002 delivered to the dorm and thinking “they are charging too much for this garbage” and then ordering it again the following day.
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    Re: Dinner suggestions (West Chester/Liberty Township areas)

    Quote Originally Posted by RedTeamGo! View Post
    I remember buying $5 large pizzas from CV in 2002 delivered to the dorm and thinking “they are charging too much for this garbage” and then ordering it again the following day.
    Better, getting the $5 pepperoni from an unmarked car while you stumble home. I remember thinking it was the greatest business model ever realized.

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    Re: Dinner suggestions (West Chester/Liberty Township areas)

    Lol, my brother has an entire cabinet full of those cups. Same ol' Marions for me, though. Old Scratch is up there, too.

    Edit: Beavercreek Pizza Dive deserves a mention as well. Joe's, I've only had a few times, but from what I remember, tastes similar to Marions.
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