Bagels & Schmear

Toward the Flatiron district in New York City, you run into any number of different cafe and deli concepts. Relatively quiet but nonetheless a popular destination, this tiny restaurant does not only sandwiches but baked goodies, cookies cake and cannoli as well. Highly rated on review sites, it tends to be a place people head to for a quick bite between any number of things happening in this part of the city. All together, another good bagel shop that really makes for a straightforward and pleasant meal.

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While it has been loved as a night spot with a few locations around Washington DC, Clyde’s has a food menu that is every bit as much worth a visit as the bar. The classic car theme and comfortable outdoor patios make the bar a place that naturally has a charm to it. But once you have a bite of one of the delicious things on the menu, you will not forget them.

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The product of recent college graduates Zach and Josh Weprin and Stephan Harman, FUSIAN embodies a success story many a restaurateur should seek to emulate. The aggressive young build-your-own-sushi business opened its first location in Cincinnati in 2010 and won the young entrepreneurs numerous accolades before appearing in Dayton for their second location in October 2011. The restaurant is sleek, modern, and most importantly progressive — taking a traditional and finessed dish and making it modern, approachable and relevant for a younger college kid generation. Sushi is a healthy food which has grown in popularity in the United States, and FUSIAN is absolutely outstanding.

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