Dublin’s owners bring Oshkosh Granary back to life
David Toman and Todd Ceman have partnered with two local business owners to bring the Granary restaurant back to Oshkosh (but with a new twist). The Granary Brew Pub is set to open in October 2017 on the first floor of the former Granary space.
“With help from the city of Oshkosh and new business partners,” Toman said. “Todd and I are bringing something new to Sawdust District. Outside of the location, this won’t be the Granary people remember.”
The Granary Brew Pub partners plan to offer only craft beer brewed in Wisconsin, including the addition of an on-premise brewing facility for local beer.
“The menu will also be very different and exciting,” Ceman said. “Our chef from the West Bend Dublin’s is creating a fun array of tapas, an incredible assortment of fire-grilled pizza and, of course, traditional Wisconsin pub food.”
Joining Dublin’s owners in the Granary Brew Pub are new partners Chet Wesenberg—also the architect for the Granary renovation—and local entrepreneur Jeff Conger, owner of Winnebago Liquid Waste.
The full Granary space is being renovated with a large portion dedicated to office space. Blue Door Consulting will be occupying the office space, which makes up the majority of the building. The Granary Brew Pub is contained to the first floor, adjacent to Blue Door Consulting’s new home.
“The Granary building is a staple in the Oshkosh community and we’re thrilled to be a part of bringing it back to the city,” Toman said. “And with the transformation taking place in the Sawdust District, it was a great opportunity to introduce a new type of bar-restaurant to Oshkosh while being a part of the historic changes happening there.”