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Athens (Ohio)

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Athens is a small town and county seat of Athens County Southeast Ohio, best known for being home to Ohio University. The university was the first founded west of the Appalachian Mountains in 1804.

Get in

By air

  • Port Columbus International Airport (CMH), take US-33, approximately 70 miles, from Columbus.

By car

SR 33 and SR 50 intersect at Athens.

Get around

By foot

  • Athens is a small town that can be easily traversed by foot.

See

  • Ohio University

Arts and Culture

Sports

  • The OU Bobcats compete in the Mid-American Conference of NCAA Division I-A College Athletics.

Do

Buy

Eat

  • Casa Nueva, 4 W. State St., [3]. Great "Mexican" food, vegan and vegetarian options, dedicated to using local resources.
  • Lam's Garden, 934 E. State St., (740) 594-4424 for takeout. Excellent American Chinese cuisine, the best General Tso's Chicken in the universe.
  • Lui Lui's 8 Station St. Decent Asian and American fusion.
  • Toscano's 4 Depot St. Good Italian food for lunch, has a nice and reasonable lunch buffet. Dinners are usually overpriced for the quality.
  • The Oak Room 14 Station St. Nice small bar with OK food for lunch, dinners are overpriced. Has a nice selections of beers on tap for its size.

Drink

There are many bars on Court Street located near Ohio University's College Green.

Sleep

Budget

Mid-range

  • Burr Oak State Park Lodge

Bed & Breakfast

Get out

Go to Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh or West Virginia.



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