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Kramer’s Tavern in Dayton, OH

pizza and beer.jpgKramer’s Tavern is the all around American family owned bar. It was established in 1933, and is currently under its third generation of father to son ownership. If you stop by for some of there famous pizza or burger, you can either sit at the stocked bar, a table, or in there game room patio playing pool, foosball, darts, and more. There are no draft beers, but you can enjoy one of their domestic or import beers out of cans or bottles that range from 12 ounces to 40 ounces. Kramer’s is located at 1018 Irving Ave just passed Irving Commons near the University of Dayton. They are open till 1:00 am everyday for that late night bite to eat or to drink a few beers with your buddies or girls. So if you are tired of the normal Brown St. bars like BW3, Milano’s, The Fieldhouse, Flanagan’s, and Tim’s tryout the more cozy and inviting Kramer’s Tavern.


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March 6, 2006 - Posted by | Advertising, Media 2.0, MY WORK

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  1. I recall going there when I was a child back in 1960—my uncle would order a bud, and we kids would get cokes. I returned there again after moving to chicago, but getting out of the army passed through dayton, 1976…this time I got drunk and enjoyed it even more. I will be in Dayton this October and do plan on making a now, later in life visit….3 generations of owners? I know my uncle talked of going there before WW2, so guess there’s at least one family of 3 generations of drinkers who have frequented there as well.

    Comment by billy bouy | February 21, 2009 | Reply


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