Fifth Street Brewpub teamed up with Dayton Sportcial to host a local Beer Olympics on Sunday, February 25, in conjunction with the closing ceremony for the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in Pyeong Chang. TOM GILLIAM PHOTOGRAPHY
Photo: Tom Gilliam
Photo: Tom Gilliam

BEST OF DAYTON 2018: Best place to meet singles

Whether the romance was successful or not, Daytonians said they have had luck in love at these Dayton spots. 

These are the best places to meet singles in Dayton, as voted on by YOU in our Best of Dayton 2018 contest. 

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🏆WINNER: The Barrel House

There’s just an energy about Barrel House. It’s good for your mood and a great place if you’re open to meeting new people. Barrel House always keeps its selection fresh, giving customers plenty to gab about with new company. 

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417 E. Third St., Dayton

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🏆SECOND PLACE: Dayton Sportcial 

Members are always looking ahead to their next gathering. From beer Olympics to kickball and softball leagues, Sportcial connects Daytonians with similar interests year-round. Sportcial — the brainchild of Raph Carranza and PJ Falter — organizes a variety of leagues, tournaments and special events in and near downtown Dayton.

>>When sports and games meet happy hour... Get to know Dayton Sportcial

Fifth Street Brewpub teamed up with Dayton Sportcial to host a local Beer Olympics on Sunday, February 25, in conjunction with the closing ceremony for the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in Pyeong Chang. TOM GILLIAM PHOTOGRAPHY
Photo: Tom Gilliam

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🏆THIRD PLACE: Fifth Street Brewpub 

A cozy lighted patio, constant social events scheduled and, of course, great beer and food make Fifth Street Brewpub a great place to lock eyes with a potential date. Started in 2012 as Ohio’s then only co-op brewery, the establishment has its roots in friendship and forming relationships. 

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Fifth Street Brewpub teamed up with Dayton Sportcial to host a local Beer Olympics on Sunday, February 25, in conjunction with the closing ceremony for the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in Pyeong Chang. TOM GILLIAM PHOTOGRAPHY
Photo: Tom Gilliam

1600 E. Fifth St., Dayton 

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