Fast Facts: Good News for Downtown Dining

Mike Colvin Fast Facts

There’s exciting news for patrons who love downtown’s eclectic drink and dining scene:

  • The Dayton Beer Company announced that an expansion at the 41 Madison St. facility will increase production by as much as 35 percent. The brewery will create its own in-house canning line and filtration system. The project also includes additional fermentation tanks and space, lagering tanks, and a separate barrel-aging tank.
  • Just a block away at 417 E. Third St., The Barrel House is also expanding its facility – on the outside. The tap house and carry-out is building a patio outside its front entrance where guests can enjoy a craft beer, cider, or wine from the 20 available taps. The outdoor space will accommodate about 10 people.
  • Bar Granada, located at 5 W. Monument Ave. in the former Wine Gallery location, is wrapping up construction and reportedly will open soon. Owner Paul Pelnar said the business will be a Spanish-style tapas bar that will also feature a deli where patrons can purchase Spanish products like Iberico ham. The drink menu will feature sangria, Spanish beers, and other European items.

Doff of the cap to The Trolley Stop, which caught national attention as one of the “10 Best Restaurants in Ohio,” as awarded by National Elite. Find this acclaimed restaurant and bar in the Oregon District at 530 E. Fifth St.

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