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New restaurant at former Caddy’s Tap House in Beavercreek to serve tacos


Oberer Construction Managers, Ltd. has announced buying the former Caddy’s Tap House in Beavercreek, and liquor permits pending approval by the state indicate the new tenant will be serving tacos.

Northwitt LLC, doing business as R Taco, has permits pending approval for the former Caddy’s location at 2760 Towne Drive, according to the Ohio Department of Commerce Division of Liquor Control.

RELATED: R Taco eyes 2nd Dayton-area location at Caddy’s Tap House Beavercreek space

The first Dayton-area R Taco restaurant opened on Brown Street in March 2017.

Oberer confirmed they have a lease agreement pending at the former Caddy’s location with a new restaurant, but a spokesperson for Oberer said the lease was “not yet fully executed” and could not confirm who the new tenant will be.

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FIRST REPORT: 

A new restaurant is planned to open at the former Caddy’s Tap House in Beavercreek, Oberer Construction Managers, Ltd. announced today.

Oberer announced it has bought the property at 2760 Towne Drive and a lease agreement with a new, unnamed restaurant is pending for half of the building.

The building is 6,300 square feet and consists of an indoor/outdoor patio. The new restaurant will occupy about 3,100 square feet of space and the remaining area is available for lease, according to Oberer.

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Chris Conley, Oberer Realty Services, Ltd. president, said they moved quickly when the opportunity came to enter Beavercreek’s “very active” retail and restaurant market.

“We are confident that we will find a quality tenant for the remainder of the building soon,” Conley said in a prepared statement.

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This news organization is working to learn more about Oberer’s purchase and who the new tenant will be.

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