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Jackass Flats

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Updated on Apr 22, 2008

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Jackass Flats
6024 Rip Rap Road
Dayton, OH
45424


(937) 236-4329 phone


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Cuisine Type
American



Hours of Operation
Monday
10:30 AM - 12:00 AM
Tuesday
10:30 AM - 12:00 AM
Wednesday
10:30 AM - 12:00 AM
Thursday
10:30 AM - 12:00 AM
Friday
10:30 AM - 02:30 AM
Saturday
11:00 AM - 02:30 AM
Sunday
12:00 PM - 11:00 PM



Reservations
• Not Accepted




Payment Methods
• Mastercard
• Visa
• Amex
• Discover





Cost
This restaurant's average entree cost is InExpensive


 

Restaurant Description
Does anyone remember McNasty’s, the popular nightclub located inside an old barn on the corner of Fishburg and Rip Rap Rd. on the outskirts of Huber Heights? A hoppin’ joint in its heyday, McNasty’s has been closed for years now, but the old barn is still alive and kicking. (And when I say old, I’m not kidding. The building eclipsed the 150-year milestone a couple months ago).

The barn now houses an Australian-themed pub called Jackass Flats, affectionately referred to by its regulars as The Flats.

This nifty little place is the brainchild of John Walsh, a native Australian who dreamed of operating an Australian pub and/or restaurant since he moved to Dayton several years ago. Teaming up with Terry Smith, owner of the Fairway Inn Restaurant at Kittyhawk Golf Course, they purchased the building together in 1997. After much hard work and endless red tape, The Flats finally opened in February of this year.

The Australian theme is clearly evident at a glance. One side of the barn is highlighted by a huge mural featuring cartoon caricatures of a kangaroo and a donkey. The old grain silo protruding from the center of the structure has been painted to resemble a gigantic Foster’s Lager oil can.

The visual appeal continues inside, where massive wood beams and exposed stone and mortar lend rustic warmth to the cozy interior. A cute bathroom sign directs Sheilas and blokes to their appropriate destinations. Handmade wooden barstools carved into the likeness of a donkey’s rear end put a punctuation mark on the unusual decor.

As much as I like the food at The Flats, it’s the atmosphere that keeps me coming back. The crowd is diverse, and the staff is friendly and accommodating. It’s one of those rare Cheers-like places where everyone seems welcome.

When the weather is cooperative, the back patio is the place to be. What could be better than a tall beer and a good game of cornhole?

Best Known For...
Half pound Burgers, Homemade Nacho's




Service Type
Sit Down
Carry Out
Special Needs
Early Bird Specials
Home Meal Replace
Smoking Section
Non Smoking Area
Booster/High Chairs

Atmosphere
Live Music
Outdoor Dining
Fireplace
Scenic View
Resort/Country Club
Bar Scene
Sports Bar
CornHole/Horse shoes

Meals
Lunch
Dinner
Happy Hour
Late Night

Banquet
Over 100 People

Amenities
Darts
TV
Karaoke
Private Party Room
Big screen Tv's

Attire
Casual

Bar Info
Full Bar

Parking
Parking on Site



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