Today Mr. FoodvsFace and I were in scenic downtown Fairborn to hit Bookery Comics and get a haircut for him and a manicure for me at Chelsea Manor, so we hit Ticket's Pub across the street for lunch. We'd been there for the first time around Halloween when we were gallavanting around the Foy's stores, and I couldn't wait to go back and plow into some of the charbroiled goodness.
They have plenty of standard American fare on their menu, but they also have a good selection of Greek dishes, like Gyros and souvlaki. We shared the Greek hot plate (for 1 - you can order it for two, but it is massive) and a basket of mini corn dogs. The hot plate consists of lamb, charbroiled chicken, souvlaki (charbroiled pork), feta, tomatoes, olives, peppers, and freshly made pitas with a heaping helping tzatziki sauce. I don't dig on lamb at all, so I leave that all to him - but I feel like I still have the upper hand because I get all of the tomatoes. The meat is always perfectly cooked, the pita wedges are fresh and warm, and it only sets you back about $10.
The Greek Cold Plate would be a great option for vegetarians, with Feta cheese, greek peppers, kalamata olives, tomatoes, bell peppers, cucumbers served with pita bread and tzatziki sauce.
I'd love to show you a photo of it, but we devoured it before it even occurred to me to snap a pic. So, do yourself a favor and go check it out for yourself.
5 out of 5 sporks!