Milano's Pizza, Subs & Taps will celebrate its 50th anniversary with 50-Cent specials on Wednesdays in August 2019. The dine-in-only offer is good at all three Dayton-area locations.
Photo: GREG LYNCH/FILE
Photo: GREG LYNCH/FILE

Milano’s celebrating 50th year with 50-cent subs & pizzas with purchase

Special offers available every Wednesday in August at all 3 Dayton-area locations

The business that opened its doors on Brown Street in 1969 as Milano's Atlantic City Submarines — and which quickly turned into an iconic food source and hangout for University of Dayton students and staff — is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a “50-Cent Celebration” throughout August at all three of its Dayton-area locations.

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The pubs are now called Milano’s Pizza, Subs & Taps, and every Wednesday in August, every Milano's is offering 50-cent half subs with the purchase of any half sub at regular price, 50-cent medium one topping pizzas with the purchase of any medium or large pizza at regular price, and 50-cent bone-in or boneless wings, with no limit on quantities, from open to close.

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The deals are available for dine-in only because Milano's “wants to showcase the state-of-the-art video and sound systems and craft beer selections now available at every location,” according to a Milano’s release.

Milano's bakes its own sub rolls and pizza crusts every day, using only flour, yeast, salt, and water, no preservatives or artificial ingredients, according to the release. 

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The three Milano’s locations are: 1834 Brown St. in Dayton, 2260 N. Fairfield Road in Beavercreek, and 9572 N. Springboro Pike (Ohio 741) in Miami Twp. A fourth location operated for more than four years in West Chester Twp. in Butler County before shutting down in May 2018.

The 50-cent offer on Wednesdays in August is NOT available on carry-out, delivery or online orders.

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