Welcome to Downtown Dayton, Oregon

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Places to Eat & Drink

Players Choice Sports Association
550 3rd St
Downtown Dayton


The Barrel Works
16775 Se Fairview Road
Downtown Dayton


Saga Hills
4489 Raymond Orchids Road
Downtown Dayton


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We Love Downtown

Tammy Grubbs
First time visitors

Liisa Shunn
We love going downtown, because we like to support our local economy. The shops and restaurants we visit -- we have gotten to know the owners, so when our money is spent downtown, we know who benefits. Also? We live only a mile from downtown, so we walk or ride our bikes. No worries about a designated driver or looking for parking. We chose to live in Medford, so of course we want our money to stay in Medford, not going off to some corporate office of a chain store.

Susan Sunday
Adorable - been 1x and going back tomorrow with my friends

Carrie AGNEW
why not?

Diane Koivunen
Love the yarn store and the restaurants

Manuel Del Jesus RamosVasconcelos
Nice Beat

Debi
We will be making our first visit to downtown Grant's Pass and would love to have a discount card to use while shopping there.

Michelle Reesey
Haven't been there yet. Trip is planned in April.

Kim Patrick
There is a lot of unique things to find.

Kathleen Gerds
Looking forward to Ashland downtown. Theater and shopping here we come.

Randy Swansen
We haven't been before, but we're looking forward to coming down next week!

Joyce gugger
Very relaxing ! Nice folks on the west coast

Sandy saltzer
Great shopping

Mary Loar
There are so many cute stores in Silverton. We are going on Thursday to shop and dine.

Daniel E Swanson
The Downtown area stores are friendlier and have comparable pricing as the bigger stores. The only problem is parking and the distance you may have to walk to do your shopping.

Kathy Tidmarsh
will be staying in Aug. 2017 and looking forward to enjoying your town

Schuyler Judd
Interesting people and shops!

Molly MacTaggart
Always love quaint, historic downtown areas, late April will be our first visit to Dillon.

Debbie Kimpel
We are coming in August to visit . My husband is related to Esther, the town was named after. We would like to visit some Historial areas there and also visit the downtown area as well.

Kimberly Carter
Becuz it's fun

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