To kick of March Madness last Thursday I met up with a group at the recently opened Milano’s Atlantic City Submarines in West Chester. Half of our group had already dined at Milano’s before, but this was my first time at any of their now four locations centered mostly in Dayton. I walked in to find an overly stuffed restaurant and bar with a ton of TV’s all tuned into the basketball action. Despite the crowd we experienced amazing service and food orders all surprisingly quick.

Baked Ham Grinder

Baked Ham Grinder

I enjoyed a half baked ham grinder ($6.59) with a side of Milano’s potatoes ($1.49). Lay’s chips are normally served on the side but I was easily convinced to try the thick potato wedges that reminded me a lot of those from Lee’s Chicken but tasted even better. The grinder was an interesting mix of ham, cheddar cheese, onions, crushed red peppers, Hellmann’s mayonnaise, and pizza sauce. I didn’t taste the mayonnaise and the sauce was a little light for my taste, but it was still a pretty good sandwich.

As Queen City Drink’s just wrote, the beer selection offers “plenty of good beer to keep you happy for days.” Their thirty taps allow for some solid representation from the local guys as well as some harder to find national brands. Good food and a great selection of beer means that I will likely be back to Milano’s in the future, especially if they open another location closer to home, like our server for the afternoon briefly mentioned.

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