WASHINGTON TWP., Montgomery County — The Pour Haus at 536 Miamisburg-Centerville Road closed in mid-May and is undergoing extensive renovations before reopening later this week under new ownership.
Jerry Gordon of Oakwood, who co-owns The Pour Haus with Joe Lakatos of Washington Twp., are shooting for a Friday, June 8 opening. The restaurant-bar has been closed since mid-May after the business partners purchased the business from Phil Hayden, Gordon said. Both Gordon and Lakatos have worked in restaurants since they were teen-agers, including their most recent stints as managers at Doubleday’s.
The renovations include new floors, a rebuilt kitchen area, bathroom improvements and new furniture on the patio and for inside seating, Gordon said.
A new food menu will retain the former Pour Haus’s popular pizza and will add sandwiches, salads, soups and German specialties, including East Dayton Metts and Brats, Gordon said. An expanded beer menu will feature 27 brews on draft and 100 craft beers by the bottle, and the wine and spirits selections also will be expanded, he said.
Hours for The Pour Haus will be 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Sunday through Wednesday, and 11 a.m. to 2:30 a.m. Thursday through Saturday. “And we will keep the kitchen open until the bar closes,” Gordon said.
In a news release, Lakatos said, “Our main focus during this transition is to take a legendary bar, give it a facelift, open our doors, and welcome the community back inside. We are still dedicated to making The Pour Haus a social gathering place where folks can come in, watch games, eat great food, and have a great time.”
The Pour Haus seats 230 and will employ about 25 people. A grand opening will be scheduled for late June, the new owners said. For more information, call (937) 439-3688.Tweet