Baked cavatappi, smoked gouda, & cheddar with BBQ breadcrumbs. For some extra protein, I added the herb-roasted chicken, but you could add bacon and bleu cheese or shrimp. I also enjoyed my Napoleon Armeé, a Berliner Weiss. If you like beer, be sure to try a pint of one their craft brews. (Price: $9)
Lock 27's mac & cheese. Photo/Maria Norman
106 E Main St., Tipp City
Traditional, down-home mac and cheese made with penne pasta and cheddar cheese. For a variation of the classic, Harrison's has a dish called City Mac and Cheese with spinach, chopped tomatoes, onion, and red pepper––with options to add sausage or chicken. (Price: $3.99/$13.99)
Harrison's mac & cheese. Photo/Maria Norman
Whether you want to go vegetarian or omnivore, there are a lot of great options. Where's your favorite place in Dayton for mac and cheese?