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Oakley Pub & Grill
    3924 Isabella Ave., Oakley
    Nashville Hot: Fried chicken tenders tossed in our house Nashville Hot sauce with romaine lettuce, pico de gallo and our house ranch
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Salt Fork State Park
14755 Cadiz Road, Lore City, Ohio 
Distance: About 3 hours 
With 17,229 acres of recreational land, this magnificent state park is Ohio's largest. The diverse landscape includes forested hills, open meadows, winding streams and misty valleys. Boating, fishing, swimming and trails are available, as well as an archery range, dog park and golf course. Visitors can also check out the historic Kennedy Stone House, built in 1837 using stones from a nearby quarry.
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Spencer Steer, Kyle Farmer and Alexis Diaz have fun as the Cincinnati Reds host the Chicago Cubs at Great American Ball Park on Oct. 5, 2022.
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El Barril Mexican Sports Bar & Grill
    940 Pavilion St., Mt. Adams 
    Mount Adams welcomed this dining establishment to its quaint hilltop neighborhood last fall, taking over the space formerly occupied by Next Chapter. As its name suggests, the eatery is part restaurant — boasting both Mexican street food and bar bites — and part sports bar. Across the board, menu prices are pretty reasonable, but if you’re looking for a real bang for your buck, opt for the burger and taco combo ($12.99). The meal comes with your choice of burger (options include the breakfast burger with goetta, bacon, cheese, fried egg and Sriracha mayo or the El Barril Burger with guacamole, sauteed mushrooms, onions and American cheese), two tacos and a side of fries. (HB)
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