The place: Jay’s Seafood Restaurant is one of the must-see historic places to dine in Dayton. The building dates back to 1862, when it was a grist mill. Inside is a 32-foot mahogany bar, which adds to the plush and historic atmosphere. The restaurant has an upscale feel with a casual dress code. The tables are spaced far enough apart to respect conversations. The acoustics are good — even when the restaurant is full of diners. You can easily hear your dining companions. Soft lighting adds to the relaxed ambiance.
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