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167 posts
Nov 17, 2009
9:42 AM
wasn't scotty's the same as sandy's? there were a few in dayton.
268 posts
Nov 17, 2009
2:50 PM
There was a chain called Scottie's, but I don't recall any in the Dayton area...
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120 posts
Nov 18, 2009
10:35 AM
There was a Scotties in Xenia maybe late 60's on the rough east end..They were very similar to White Castle but not as good. In my young days I could eat maybe 10 of the burgers.
11 posts
Dec 05, 2009
6:59 PM
There was also a Scotties in Brookville. My girlfriend worked there and smelled strongly of grilled onions after work. It would get in her hair...but then again I guess I did too, cause she dumped me right around then. Smart girl!
2 posts
Dec 18, 2009
5:33 PM
There was a Scottie's in Beavercreek on N Fairfield Rd just north of Dayton-Xenia Rd back in the early 70's. It switched to Bud Frantz's Restaurant. Now it is El Toro.
4 posts
Jan 10, 2010
12:57 PM
There used to be a Scotties in West Carrollton, I worked there during my final yrs at West Carrollton high school.
I made (seemed like) millions of those little burgers haha ppls bought them by the bagful.
2 posts
Jan 15, 2010
8:33 AM
yes there was a scottie's. The hamburgers tasted just like white castle. There was one on Gettysburg ave. down the road by the old Goldman's department store.
The house of wheat funeral home sits on the site where it use to be.
6 posts
Nov 09, 2010
3:16 PM
There was a Scotties in Kettering on Marshall Road. There was a tornado in the 60s' that went across Marshall Rd and wiped out the restaurant. It was located beween Stroop Rd and Devon on the east side of Marshall Rd.
57 posts
Nov 10, 2010
7:37 AM
Bob45 - The Hamburger stand on Marshall, near Stroop
was a Sandy's. My granma lived near there, and from
1965-1969, we chowed down on double cheese-burgers.

I loved that stand.
3 posts
Nov 14, 2010
4:54 PM
There was one in Miamisburg also. I think the bldg is still open as a little place called "The Koffee Kup". Still serving pretty good breakfast last I was there
121 posts
Dec 08, 2014
1:14 PM
Does anyone have a photo of a Scotties Hamburgers in Dayton? Looking for one to complete a business history of the area.
203 posts
Dec 08, 2014
4:46 PM
If my memory is right. There was a Scotties On Gettysburg Ave. Or somewhere in that area. Sandy's was a different place. The one I recall was on Linden Ave. Right around Santa Cruz. Its a Dr's office now. Has been for quite some time.
10 posts
Dec 11, 2014
5:20 PM
There also was a Scotties in Centerville on E Franklin across from the Cork N Bottle. It was only open a couple of years from maybe '73 to '75. I remember eating there my Freshman and Sophomore years at CHS. The building is still there but not sure what's in it.
joey m
281 posts
Dec 12, 2014
8:06 AM
I'm sitting in the old Scotties in West Carrollton I help a friend there sell cars. And about 35 yrs. ago I ran this as The Pirates Whip ice cream store.
David C
11 posts
Feb 16, 2015
9:26 AM
Re the Scotties in Englewood...if it was in operation in the mid- to late-50s, we'd get burgers from there. Yep. Just like sliders.

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