Cricket’s 7th Street Bar & Grille

Crickets Logo

Sometimes good things have to come to an end. Occasionally, those “good things” can be revived and gain new success with some effort from the right people.

This applies to an Auburn “favorite” previously known as “Crickets Tavern.” This restaurant began in 1955, following its original existence as a late 1800’s saloon. It stayed open for many years, being a popular spot for several different crowds during lunch and dinner.

But, in the 2000’s, Crickets Tavern closed down. The downtown Auburn location sat vacant for several years.

Roughly one month ago, the doors opened again with proud new owners, to welcome back the well-known restaurant! This time the name being, “Crickets 7th Street Bar & Grille.” The original wooden bar is still in tact, and new changes have been made to give it a fresh and inviting atmosphere. Though elements of Crickets have been refined, the popular “Cricket Burger” is still on the menu, and tastes delicious as ever!

Crickets Bar

Make sure you stop by “Crickets 7th Street Bar & Grille” soon to experience this historic and unique place for yourself!

Also, visit their Facebook page for daily specials and updates! Don’t forget to head to our website too, dekalbcvb.org, for a Calendar of Events and much more!

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About Visit DeKalb County

Welcome to the official blog of the DeKalb County Visitors Bureau. Nestled in the North East Corner of Indiana are ten communities that all share a common bond. And that bond is DeKalb County. Our job at the DeKalb County Visitors Bureau is to showcase all of the experiences the county has to offer and one of the many ways we do that is by blogging. Each of our blogs tells a different story of DeKalb County and we hope that by sharing these stories and events it will encourage people from all over the world to visit the place we call home.
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