Beef ‘O’Brady’s grill masters load their menu up with hearty American fare, serving appetite-quelling dishes within a family-friendly Irish sports pub. A basket of traditional or boneless wings ($7.49 for 10) leads off the appetizer menu, digging its fried, crispy cleats into one of 11 sauces, from hot to teriyaki to a stew of pixie tears. The half-pound ‘O’Brady Burger emerges from a long hibernation in a cave of herbs and spices, carrying its blanket of melted provolone cheese ($7.99), and Beef ‘O’Brady’s signature sandwich, the Watterson ($8.99), commemorates one of its first customers with a roast-beef-and-rye portrait smiling from behind a swiss-cheese frame. The lunch menu items sate noontime cravings with soft tacos stuffed with fish ($5.99) and turkey and smoked bacon bench-pressing a soft brioche bun ($7.79).
Staff members at Tropical Smoothie Cafe whirl blenderfuls of healthy fruits into eclectic smoothies and transform fresh veggies into a full menu of salads and wraps. A mix of pineapple, orange, and nonfat yogurt imbues a Hawaiian Breeze with 24 ounces of sweet and tangy flavor ($4.29), and the Sunny Day smoothie ($4.29) blends a fusion of mangos, banana, orange, kiwi, and a poem about waterfalls. Patrons can also chase libations with savory wraps such as the Jamaican-style jerk chicken ($6.49), or the Totally Turkey ($6.49), a classic combination of turkey, lettuce, tomatoes, and a an affirmation written by Mom on a post-it.
Sprawled across Ed Martinek's 63-acre family farm, Adventure Acres cultivates a wholesome harvest of activities for pintsize and full-size visitors alike. Five corn mazes snake across a combined 11-plus miles of land, challenging navigators with twists and turns as onlookers and overly concerned scarecrows shout directions from an elevated watchtower. Scenic 30-minute hayrides explore the winding creeks and wildlife that meander peacefully across the grounds, and air-powered corn cannons equip trigger fingers with the power to launch ears up to 500 feet. After scouting the farm's outlying features, guests wrap back around to the petting zoo, where they can play with or try to elicit stock advice from tightlipped goats, horses, and cows.
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Classic oldies waft through the air at The Root Beer Stande, a drive-in eatery dubbed "a Dayton summertime staple since at least the 1960′s" by Dayton Most Metro. Carhops step out to vehicles to take orders for Coney Island–style hot dogs, grilled sandwiches, and other satisfying American food, and then serve the victuals on metal trays that attach to drivers' windows. For a sweet pairing, try a malt, a sundae, or a mug of housemade root beer.