One of my favorite hangs. By far. So much to do. Food. Beer. Breweries. Tattoos. Shopping
For a special Valentine's dinner choose one: Jay's, Thai 9, Salar, Lily's, Dublin Pub, Lucky's, Roost, Wheat Penny, or Franco's.
Go visit feathers! Awesome store
At newcoms it is slow service and drinks are made poorly
I love to roam around here when I qet bored! :P I use to walk around here all the time But I barely have the time anymore :/ <3
The Historic Oregon District is Dayton's first neighborhood, made up of 2 parts; a residential area of fine old homes, and shopping/entertainment/arts/services/nightlife found mostly along E Fifth St.
Almost all of the businesses are good to their employees. One doesn't pay them. Another's owner is in prison for felony convictions.
Park in the Transportation Center garage above the Neon Movies.
Feel like an adult, feel like a kid. Whatever you need you can find and you'll probably find something more.
Snap your photo w/ the Oregon Arch across from Sidebar!
Try parking behind the goodwill store on 5th- free and plentiful! Walking is the best mode of transport once you get there!
Enjoy a bike ride through the OD.
Dayton's first historic neighborhood. Beautifully restored homes, condos & churches.
Might look closed on a weeknight from an out-of-towner perspective, but has a small gathering in each bar.
Rule of 17? Parents just don't understand.
Start at one end and stroll the shops and relax with a movie at the Neon. Then stroll the other side
The drinks and dining are varied and delicious. Art galleries abound! Check out and check-in the unique retail shops as well!
Every friday and saturday this summer, you can pay only $5 and you get a wrist band that gets you into trolley stop, tumblweed connection, blind bobs AND dublin pub. Usually good bands at each place!!
Great food, drinks, atmopshere; Check out Blind Bob's, Newcom's, the Trolley Stop, or the Oregon Express-