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National Road Diner - On the National Road

Family owned and operated restaurant business on the National Road which provides a traditional meal with great prices and friendly service

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Scotts Diner - New Concord, Ohio

Keith, Zane State College 2008 Culinary Arts Alumni, and Alisha Scott opened Scott’s Diner in New Concord, Ohio, on November 22, 2016. But their story started years before the doors to their quaint

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Muskingum Materials

Whether you are starting from scratch we can provide the Stone you need from larger stones to build your base to small stone to make your drive smooth. Additionally, our larger stone can be used for

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Neon Road Trip - NeonRoadTrip.com

Glad you stopped by, and welcome to NeonRoadtrip! Have fun taking our retro journey through a treasure trove of great diners, old motels, glowing neon signs and so much more.

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Welcome to National Road East

The National Road. The National Road, in many places known as Route 40, was built between 1811 and 1834 to reach the western settlements. It was the first federally funded road in U.S. history. George Washington and Thomas Jefferson believed that a trans-Appalachian road was necessary for unifying the young country.  Plan a trip on the National Road

Newly Added Business Listings


National Road Diner - On the National Road

Family owned and operated restaurant business on the National Road which provides a traditional meal with great prices and friendly service

Not yet reviewed!

Scotts Diner - New Concord, Ohio

Keith, Zane State College 2008 Culinary Arts Alumni, and Alisha Scott opened Scott’s Diner in New Concord, Ohio, on November 22, 2016. But their story started years before the doors to their quaint

Not yet reviewed!
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Muskingum Materials

Whether you are starting from scratch we can provide the Stone you need from larger stones to build your base to small stone to make your drive smooth. Additionally, our larger stone can be used for

Not yet reviewed!
18 views

Neon Road Trip - NeonRoadTrip.com

Glad you stopped by, and welcome to NeonRoadtrip! Have fun taking our retro journey through a treasure trove of great diners, old motels, glowing neon signs and so much more.

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Aleta’s Cafe

Life is not measured by the number of bites you take, but by the food that brings friends & family together. That's why we decided to start our own cafe. We've always yearned for something a littl

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FRICKERS

Fricker's is a family restaurant, a sports bar, a place to gather with your friends and have a delicious meal. We have 24 locations across Ohio, Indiana and Michigan. We look forward to serving you so

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Cracker Barrel

Our recipe for making your meal a success?Quite simple, really. It starts with quality food served with care. Offering warm welcomes and friendly service. It takes a dedication to pleasing people an

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Sunrise Cafe

We are an eclectic and quaint cafe in the heart of downtown Yellow Springs, OH.We believe in "from scratch" cooking . Almost everything is made in house including all breads, veggie burgers, burgers

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O’Charley’s Restaurant and Bar

In 1971, Charley Watkins opened the original O'Charley's restaurant across from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. With a menu made up of a handful of his wife's popular recipes and the be

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GUERRA KRAZY TACOS

Come and get an authentic Tex-Mex bar-restaurant experience here at Guerra’s Krazy Tacos in the heart of Springfield, Ohio. According to Business Insider out of all the taco res

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Tea Berries

Welcome to Heart of Country and Teaberries Springfield, Ohio's best-kept secret!Hours: Store M-Sat 1

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Texas Roadhouse

It all began on February 17, 1993, when Kent Taylor opened the first Texas Roadhouse in Clarksville, Indiana. Kent’s goal was to own not just a family restaurant and not just a steak restaurant, but

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