Dayton's best Mediterranean restaurant open in its new home downtown


Downtown Dayton’s newest restaurant is now open for business.

Olive Mediterranean Grill opened its doors over the weekend at its new location, 44 W. Third St.

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The restaurant’s customers can park free in the Fifth Third parking garage at 16 S. Ludlow St, according to a post on its website.  

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The restaurant, a favorite among Best of Dayton voters, opened about three years ago at  6129 N. Dixie Drive in Harrison Twp., Montgomery County. 

This Olive should not be confused with Olive: an Urban Divewhich closed in 2015 in the current downtown Dayton home of Arepas & Co Colombian Comfort Food, or the former Green Olive restaurant a few miles south of it on Dixie. 

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Olive won first place in the Best Mediterranean/Greek Dining category in the 2017 Best of Dayton Contest. 

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WANT TO GO? 

WHAT: Olive Mediterranean Grill

WHERE: 44 W. Third St., downtown Dayton 

HOURS: 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday to Saturday. 

INFO: olivedayton.comFacebook | Instagram | Snapchat: olivedayton 


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