Caddy’s Tap House shuts down Miami Twp. location


The Caddy’s Tap House at 9400 N. Springboro Pike (Ohio 741) in Miami Twp. — formerly Cadillac Jack’s Sports Bar & Grill — has shut down “due to a lack of performance, its owner and founder Billy Joe Deck said this morning, May 10.

The Caddy’s Tap House across from the Mall at Fairfield Commons in Beavercreek remains open and operating, as does the Cadillac Jack’s Sports Bar & Grill in Fairborn.

“The owners would like to thank all of its customers and local businesses for their support through the years,” Deck told this news outlet. “Above all, they would like to thank their employees. You can visit one of their two other locations in Beavercreek or in Fairborn.”

>> RELATED: Mudlick Taphouse to close its Germantown location

The Miami Twp. Cadillac Jack’s transformed into Caddy’s Tap House last fall, promising a greater variety of craft beers (59 taps), a bourbon bar of more than 40 selections, higher-quality food, and a new stage for bands.

>> RELATED: Beavercreek Cadillac Jacks morphs into ‘Caddy’s Tap House’ (September 2014)

The Beavercreek location across from the Mall at Fairfield Commons went through a similar transformation in the fall of 2014. The Fairborn location at 1156 Kauffman Ave., after a brief stint as Hangar 18 Drinking Joint & Hangout, remains a Cadillac Jack’s.

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