A zucchini, tomato and feta tart from St. Anne the Tart, a new bakery and coffee house in Dayton's St. Anne's Hill historic neighborhood. LISA POWELL / STAFF

Dayton brewery spreads the love this week with Smales pretzels and St. Anne’s treats

What says love more than pretzels, baked treats and beer?

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Fifth Street Brewpub will host For the Love of Dayton with St. Anne The Tart, Smales Pretzel Bakery, and Old Sunnyside Farms this week.

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 Celebrate your love of the Gem City as Fifth Street Brewpub offers a week-long Valentine’s Day beer-pairing menu, available from Monday, Feb. 10 through Sunday, Feb. 16.  

Smales Pretzel Bakery, located at 210 Xenia Ave. in Dayton, announced that it would be adding cheese as a dip option for its pretzels. It will cost 50 cents for a 2 ounce container.

“Whether you’re celebrating Valentine’s Day with friends or a loved one, we can all agree there’s a lot to love about Dayton,” said Tanya Brock, General Manager at Fifth Street Brewpub, in a news release. “It was hard limiting the menu to just three courses, but we couldn’t be happier about the neighbors we were able to involve this year.” 

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“We’re still finalizing the menu, but you can absolutely expect Smales signature heart soft pretzels,” Brock said. “Megan [Smith, St Anne The Tart owner] and Old Sunnyside have given us some great things to pair with too. Come fall in love with your city!” 

Fifth Street Brewpub

WANT TO GO?

WHAT: For the Love of Dayton a Valentine’s Pairing Menu

WHEN: Monday, Feb. 10 through Sunday, Feb. 16. 

WHERE: Fifth Street Brewpub, 1800 E. 5th St., Dayton

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