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Tuba Baking Co. to create “gastropub Biergarten” in Dayton

Covington-based business will relocate to 517 Sixth Ave., across from Dayton City Hall

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Tuba Baking Co., which has been operating at 212 W. Pike Street in Covington for two years, is moving its operations to Dayton and expanding those operations into a “gastropub Biergarten” concept.

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Tuba Baking will move into a building at 517 Sixth Ave. that formerly housed Hometown Heroes in the City’s Central Business District directly across of Dayton City Hall. The bakery-restaurant expects to open sometime this summer.

Fort Thomas resident, Drew Rath, owner of Tuba Baking, said the “gastropub Biergarten” concept will focus on food and drinks from Germany, including German wines, ciders, beers, liquor, and cocktails, and will feature a wood-fired oven and outside beer garden.

“This will be one of the only German-focused bar concepts outside of Germany and will feature local plays on German varieties,” Rath said. “The food will be a lot of what we have done at our Covington location but with more standards and a few rotating specials.”

 “We’ll feature our sourdough Flammkuchen -- in different variations -- baked in our wood-fired oven, house-made spelt spätzle done different ways, a few sandwiches on our own bread, house-made sausages, German-style salads, a kids menu featuring schnitzel strips, and some exciting things we can’t disclose just yet.”

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