The Dub Pub's fish and chips, its top-seller, are $10.99 if you want to try the dish yourself.
Crow playe at the Fraze Pavilion in Kettering on June 30, 2016.
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Tieber said Crow has stopped in at his pub each time she has come to perform in Dayton since her first show back in 2003.
That year, Crow ended up dancing up a storm and taking the stage with Dayton area cover band Annie Crackie.
Crow reminisced about that night during a private show in Cox Media Group Ohio's headquarters for K99.1FM listeners and their guests.
Cox is the parent company of the radio station and Dayton.com.
Crow and about 12 members of her band were there then.
It was just Crow, her two sons and two male companions this go round, Tieber said.
She received a tour of the Dublin Pub's 2,500-square-foot addition made from salvaged materials from an abandoned Dayton church.
Tieber said he loves it when Crow visits.
"She's been so kind to us," he said.
Sheryl Crow has visited the Dublin Pub in Dayton's Oregon District about 6 times since 2003. She loves the restaurant's fish and chips. Photo from an earlier Crow visit. (Photo: Dublin Pub)
Sheryl Crow has visited the Dublin Pub in Dayton's Oregon District about 6 times since 2003. She loves the restaurant's fish and chips. Photo from an earlier visit. (Photo: Dublin Pub)