Miamisburg (/maɪˈæmiːzbɜːrɡ/ my-AM-eez-burg) is a city in Montgomery County, Ohio, United States. The population was 20,181 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Dayton Metropolitan Statistical Area. Miamisburg is known for its large industry (mainly for its nuclear operations during World War II) and retail factors (such as the Dayton Mall) commercial business area, which is partially located in Miami Township, but is probably most famous for being the home to the Miamisburg Mound. Miamisburg borders Miami Township, Springboro, and West Carrollton. The sister city of Miamisburg is Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada.
Things to do in Miamisburg
4.5 based on 138 reviews
I had my first date with my wife at this place. We meet online and she lived in Miamisburg, I had been to this establishment the weekend prior for their Saturday Night Cruze the Burg event, third Saturday during summer when 100's of Classic Cars come into town to show off our classic cars and street rods. We had a nice cozy table in the back room, and had a wonderful date and meal. Six months later I gave her a ring and proposed to her at this restaurant. Over the past seven years, we make several attend the Saturday night Cruise the Burg event with our 68 Camaro Convertible, and usually dine out at least once at this fine place.
Good food, decent prices, nice atmosphere, and if bar/alcohol is part of your dinning experience, seems they have a nice bar business and sports events on the T.V.
Great for Family and Adults, casual and great comfort food.
4 based on 201 reviews
I've heard from several friends great things about this place so my wife and I decided to check it out. Food was delicious and the service is really good!! Their tapas and the tenderloin on the reecho was amazingly good!!
5 based on 79 reviews
Besides being an awesome upscale grocery store, you can dine in their dining area.
Pick your favorite ingredients and artisan bread from the deli and enjoy in a bright setting.
You can also get some sushi at the sushi bar, or an elegant dessert from the bakery.
5 based on 17 reviews
Love Bear Creek Donuts! Great atmosphere and friendly staff! The donuts are amazing!!!!! Our faves are the apple fritters, jelly with the strawberry icing and the blueberry! Their "specialty" donuts are unbelievable too! Try the one with the Reese cup.....you will not be disappointed!
4 based on 250 reviews
Firebirds Wood Fired Grill is located at Austin Landing. We offer authentic wood-fired steaks, seafood, specialty cocktails and select wines. Join us for Happy Hour Monday thru Friday 4PM - 7PM and Saturday & Sunday 1PM - 5PM in the FIREBAR(R) and on the Patio. Visit us online to learn more.
Not impressed. Ordered wood grilled salmon and it was the driest piece of fish I've ever had. The mashed potatoes were cold. I ordered a margarita and it was in a beer glass full of ice for $11. The best part of the meal was the bread. It came out warm and delicious. With all the dining options in the Dayton area I won't be wasting my time or money there again.
4 based on 37 reviews
We came here for lunch and it was a very good. I had the daily special (3 fish tacos) and, even though the portions were small, I didn't leave hungry.
There's nothing too special about the decor or dining area, and nothing spectacular to boast about. It's just a nice place for a good lunch in a clean environment with friendly staff.
I will certainly be back and this will likely become a "regular" place for me.
4.5 based on 77 reviews
Huge fan of Dewey’s Pizza! We had a large group and our server, Hannah, was absolutely amazing. Every order was correct (almost 20 in all) and the pizza was fantastic. Several folks in our party had never been there before and everyone was extremely satisfied with their choice of pizza. Pizza is the best and service is phenomenal. Friendly folks!
4.5 based on 88 reviews
This historic burger wagon on the square in downtown Miamisburg is an experience you need every now and then. A short drive off the Interstate 75 almost on the banks of the lovely Greater Miami River, this hamburger joint serves single or double burgers no cheese. Small version chips and soft drinks pick up only. Truly the first curbside service. Crisp with pickle and onion only. Worth a detour. You and the kids will talk about this stop forever.
4.5 based on 141 reviews
BRAVO Cucina Italiana is proud to serve Italian classics with a twist made with authentic old world cooking techniques and the highest-quality ingredients - housemade pasta specialties, pizzas and flatbreads, steaks, chops and seafood. We invite you to come join our atmosphere under a fun, family-friendly Roman ruin décor. Join us at BRAVO Cucina Italiana, the best Italian restaurant near you!
My lovely wife suggests that I treat her to an Italian lunch, and she specifies not any of the 50+ local Italian restaurants.
We know that BRAVO Cucina Italiana at Fairfield Commons and at Dayton Mall are both excellent Italian restaurants.
We are greeted by taciturn and efficient Corinna, and we know the BRAVO Cucina Italiana menu well.
My wife elects a seasonal dish, Shrimp Scampi Pasta, which is capellini, tomatoes, lemon, white wine, Chile flake, pesto bread crumbs, garlic crostini. I order Off menu, and we like that the chefs at BRAVO Cucina Italiana are able to prepare Off menu. My mood is for Linguini Bolognese.
BRAVO Cucina Italiana entertains a full house for lunch, and the ambience is excellent with two walls of glass, and autumn sunshine.
4 based on 179 reviews
We have been here 3 times far enough apart that we forgot how average the food is. The first two times we ordered chuychangas because chimichangas are our favorite but Chuy's chimichangas are slightly different because its tex mex, they were good in an average way, but not crave worthy. The third time we went we decided to try something different so we went with the stacked enchilada.... looks average, tastes nearly unedible. Green tomatillo sauce over powers and grayish brown tortillas are disgusting, we scraped the filling out from between the tortillas and discarded and mixed the filling with the rice and beans to make it semi edible except there was still that overpowering tomatilla sauce. Over all I would say the only reason we would go back would be for drink and the free taco bar during happy hour, but we wont be back to eat because it just isnt our cup of tea.
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