Popped by here during my time in Dayton. Darker pub with a nice back patio that allows you to have a little fire. They have about 10 taps or so of craft beers, no generic macro’s. Food is great, all has a homemade taste. No french fries. I’d definitely pop by again if I were in the area.
Trolley Stop is in the Historic Oregon District of Dayton and has a great feel...tavern / old bar. Great during the warmer months with outdoor seating. Ten beers on tap...all high end. No Bud Light here. Food is good too. Service is usually excellent.
No crap on tap policy! What could be better! The beer selection is always top notch here, when the building gets crowded it can be a little annoying but what place isn’t? Solid prices and great staff. A staple of the Oregon District for beer geeks!
Favorite bar in Dayton! The food is great, the staff is friendly, and the beer selection is awesome! The patio is hard to stay away from, even in the cold winter months (they usually have a camp fire and heaters on).
This place is pretty cool. It’s in the oregon district, but it’s not just cheap beer and college students. The food is random, but most of it is pretty good.
The beer selection is pretty good and they have had some special events with some harder to find beers on tap during dayton beer week and such.
The building is pretty cool and the patio is nice too. It’s a good place to check out.
Nice and relaxed atmosphere. Had a decent assortment of beers on tap, some from the midwest, and some from the far reaches of America. Didn’t have anything super rare or anything, just a solid lineup from top to bottom. Was the last stop on a pub crawl so I can’t remember this place exactly, but it was a good bar and each beer they had on tap would have brought a smile to my face. I could see myself becoming somewhat of a regular here, if I lived closer.
Kind of a hippie groove to this place, but a good alternative to the Dublin across the street and good for an occasional rare beer. This night they had DFH Festina Peche, DFH 60, Great Lakes, and Stone’s Smoked Porter, 11th and 13th Anniversary Ales. Menu’s pretty basic bar food, but good enough.
Easy to find location on Fifth St. with parking in front on street and parking lotd nearby. Clean older building and bar with a patio in the back. 11 taps and 40 bottles with a sign "Domestics on tap Monday and Thursday only". Do have food but did not have a chance to try. More of a locals beer, food and music place. Freindly service.