The fresh seafood choices are always reliable and well prepared. The monthly three course special is a great value with nice choices. The grilled rare tuna is one favorite!
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Friday night on Restaurant Week?... but of course! full house but the service was as impeccable as always and the food was tops. Will definitely return on a Thursday soon for the Crab Legs special! We dine at Jay's often with another couple and it...More
Took my granddaughter and her roommate out for dinner during Restaurant week. The girls were blown away with their meal. First course they chose the salad and I the mushroom soup. The main course was salmon over roasted root vegetables with a tomato sauce. The...More
My date and I went to Jays on Thursday lobster night yum. I had the whole lobster done to perfection messy but wonderful, green beans and salad. My date had the salmon, potatoes, salad. We topped dinner off with a nutball which tasted awesome but...More
Went to Jay’s for the first time tonight and it was great. The waitress Patty was one of the best ever! It felt like she was one of our family. Very nice setting and atmosphere. We started with calamari for an appetizer and it was...More
We love eating at Jays Seafood Restaurant. It's located in the Origon District of Dayton, Ohio. Located in a historic gristle mill. Huge bar that's also of historical significance. It's a very good place for groups. Friendly service and good parking behind the restaurant. Reasonable...More
Jay’s Seafood Restaurant provided an excellent menu with outstanding results. The swordfish was exquisite. The atmosphere of the building itself added to the whole dining experience. Jay’s is a highly recommended restaurant to either enjoy lunch or dinner.
I had a great experience at Jay's last night. I was meeting my dad there for dinner before a show at the Schuster Center. I arrived and was seated at the appointed time of my reservation. My dad was coming from out of town and...More
First ate here a year ago, the place was packed with people and the food was good - something that was hard to find in Dayton, IMHO. The old brick interior with the massive bar with beveled glass gives you an instant glimpse into generations...More
Based on past experiences I was looking forward to a fun relaxing dinner with another couple. It was not pleasant. Starting with the parking, you have to pay in advance or get towed. There was not adequate signage, so I only heard about it after...More