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  • Brown Bag Deli
    Creamy cheeses and fresh meats are plentiful at Brown Bag Deli, a deli sandwich hub. Vegan options are also available for those who avoid meat and dairy products. Pair your entree with a glass of wine or draft beer — Brown Bag Deli has a fully-stocked bar to complement your meal. Let the kids come too! Little ones love the food and atmosphere at Brown Bag Deli just as much as their parents do. Brown Bag Deli offers patio seating in the warmer months. Got the whole gang with you? Brown Bag Deli is a great pick for large parties. Wear what you like when you dine at Brown Bag Deli — the restaurant has a chill vibe just right for casual dining. Always five minutes behind schedule? Pick up your food to go instead. You can also have Brown Bag Deli cater your next event. Diners that drive to dinner will find street parking readily available at Brown Bag Deli's Mohawk St address. Tabs at Brown Bag Deli almost never exceed $15, so it's a great low-cost option for any time. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all available at Brown Bag Deli — swing by for for favorite meal.
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    898 Mohawk St
    Columbus, OH US
  • Biagio's Deli
    Pick up a side of chips and a sandwich at Biagio's Deli, and enjoy lunch from the deli. If you're avoiding fat or gluten, you can still eat well at Biagio's Deli, which offers a number of low-fat and gluten-free choices. For those in a hurry, the restaurant lets you take your meal or snack to go. For the tastes of Biagio's Deli from the comfort of your next party, the restaurant also offers catering services. Don't waste time or money searching for a parking space — pull into the lot next door at no extra charge. Leave your piggy bank at home! With prices under $15, you can eat at Biagio's Deli for next to nothing.
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    5557 Wilson Mills Rd
    Cleveland, OH US
  • Over The Rhine Brewery District
    The nearly 50 brewery buildings that make up Cincinnati's Brewery District range from Romanesque works of art to impressive brick industrial spaces. Many have stood on the same spots since long before Prohibition, outlasting neighboring structures that fell to the wrecking ball. If those buildings had faces, they'd use them to thank the Brewery District's redevelopment group. The band of residents, business owners, and developers helps protect and promote the rich history of this former German cultural hub and epicenter of the Cincinnati brewing industry. As part of a long-term plan to redevelop the area, the organization welcomes visitors into diverse events such as seasonal beer festivals and a pop-up beer garden at the Findlay Market. But the most popular gatherings are the brewery tours that stop at pre-Prohibition breweries and explore the historic, secret barrel-transportation tunnels that run 40 feet below street level and directly into local refrigerators. The nonprofit organization's key initiative is to create a world-class urban heritage trail in the district. The 2.3-mile trail will lead visitors through the Over The Rhine, Pendleton, and Downtown neighborhoods and will feature both physical and virtual installations, as well as guided tours.
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    1621 Moore Street
    Cincinnati, OH US
  • Ken's Flower Shops
    Ken Cappelletty and Fred Moor, the men who man Ken’s Flower Shops, didn’t grow up dreaming about buds and stems. Raised by a local policeman, Ken likely spent more time playing cops and robbers than sniffing the neighbor’s rosebushes. It wasn’t until he helmed the cash register at a neighborhood florist in L.A. that he discovered his knack for design. Here, he started to see flowers as more than just plants, viewing them as art supplies that happen to smell nice. When Ken returned to Ohio, his parents helped him launch a small shop that arranged blooms in the morning and delivered them in the afternoon. Two years later, in 1967, his friend Fred took some of the reins, helping him grow the business into three local stores affiliated with FTD and Teleflora. From this labor of love, a legacy began to take root. At each shop, seasoned designers incorporate customers’ requests into birthday bouquets, wedding corsages, and gift baskets filled with wine, house-baked cookies, and stuffed toys cute enough to melt hearts and plush enough to sop up the mess. Their talent and creativity takes center stage as well, whether they’re filling vases with orchids, crafting wreaths from roses, or building bouquets from singing balloons. To this day, Fred often answers the phones, discerning customers’ style preferences from friendly chats rather than pilfered diary pages. To make giving easy as getting, the shop’s wares can be delivered locally or internationally, seven days a week.
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    3126 North McCord Road
    Toledo, OH US
  • Ivan's Deli
    Chef Ivan Lefkowitz has been doling out his diverse repertoire of homemade dishes for more than 30 years, enticing the palates of prestigious clientele such as President Bill Clinton and members of The Temptations and the Cleveland Indians. The dexterous chef whips up breakfast platters, sandwich trays, gourmet dinners, and specialty buffets for special events that range from weddings to pig roasts. He can also furnish parties with delivery, serving, and event-planning services, along with tableware, decorations, and piñatas filled with enough travel-sized packages of dental floss for every guest. In addition to catering, Ivan and his kitchen crew simmer up hearty dishes at their own diner location. Deli-style burgers and sandwiches meet with homemade soups upon the restaurant’s tabletops and booths, and beneath the colorful umbrellas of its outdoor patio.
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    2927 W Market St
    Fairlawn, OH US
  • Winans Fine Chocolates & Coffees
    The Winans family has been making lives a little sweeter for more than a century. During the Great Depression, townspeople would flock to the family?s bakery in Piqua with their sugar rations. Owner Wayne Winans would take that sugar and turn it into freshly baked cookies?a small pick-me-up at a time when even small pick-me-ups were a luxury. Years later, Wayne?s sons, Max and Dick, carried the family torch into the 1960s, when the first Winans Fine Chocolates & Coffees was born. Today, the Winans family continues to do what it does best at three Ohio locations. All of the business?s chocolates are handmade, with no preservatives or fillers, and never cryogenically frozen. The family?s emphasis on freshness carries over to their coffee, too, which has frequently been named the area's best by the readers of the Dayton Business Journal and the Dayton Daily News. The secret is in their roasting process?their small, 15-pound roaster requires them to roast the beans in small batches, which leads to a more consistent product. Once the beans are ready, coffee artisans carefully combine them with other roasts to create a vast assortment of flavors, which includes 11 house coffee blends, 12 flavored coffees, and even more seasonal selections.
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    2806 Miamisburg-Centerville Rd.
    Dayton, OH US

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