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    they don't build 'em like they used to
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    building a better past

    by yooperprof Written Jan 10, 2008

    Local historical exhibits and events, operating out of this mid-19th century "Market Square Building."

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    The Miami Valley - as seen from the top 2 more images

    by yooperprof Written Jan 5, 2008

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    It's been here a lot longer than our present civilization!

    It seems to have built by a group of First Nations people who lived in this region 2500 to 1500 years ago. Originally the mound was 68 feet tall, but an attempt at excavating it in the late 19th century left it three feet shorter!

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  • by romer99 Written Mar 21, 2008

    GREAT FOOD, SERVICE AT A GOOD PRICE! FAMILY RESTAURANT. CARRYOUT AND DELIVERY.
    FULL MENU. CONNECTING BUT SEPARATE TAVERN. MULTIPLE TVs.
    ALSO HAS OUTSIDE SEATING IN BACK COURTYARD.

    Favorite Dish: PIZZA! RUEBEN SANDWICHES,RIBS,.

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    by Bookmistress4ever Written Aug 9, 2005

    Consistantly good food, a little expensive, but if you forego the main entrees, great deals can be found.

    Husband and I will often get friend rice and miso soup along with an appetizer of Harumaki (Japanese springrolls) or Gyoza (Japanese fried dumplings).

    You can either eat at the stovetop-tables where the chefs will cook your food in front of you and make it into a show for you and your dinner companions.

    The staff is quite nice, especially if you are a local and come in often. However, language barriers are present, but be patient and persistant.

    Restaurant might also be known as "Top Sake South" there is also another Sake (same company) North of Dayton too.

    Favorite Dish: We like the Gyoza (the fried meat dumplings appetizer) and also the Miso soup.

    California Roll sushi is quite good as well. We haven't been brave enough to try any other type of sushi yet. lol

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    olde worlde charme? 2 more images

    by yooperprof Written Jan 10, 2008

    Favorite thing: This is an interesting example of the English Arts and Crafts style, popular around 1900. Note the fine use of local limestone, and the well-designed stained-glass windows.

    The building was originally a Methodist Church, and is now used by a non-denominational Community Church.

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    cut from a good cloth

    by yooperprof Written Jan 10, 2008

    Favorite thing: The Liesenhoff Building on Main Street is a good example of late 19th century commercial architecture.

    Frank Liesenhoff was one of my emigrants to this part of Ohio from Prussia, in Germany, in themid-1800s. He established his own tailoring building, and built it into one of the largest clothing retailing in the Miami Valley.

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    Go down, Moses

    by yooperprof Written Jan 10, 2008

    Favorite thing: At 116 S. 2nd Street stands this interesting example of the "neo-Egyptian" style of building, popular in late 19th and early 20th century America.

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