The Fresh Taste Dayton has been Hungry For

photosfreshbakedWelcome to Old Glory Cafe and Sweet Shoppe!  We are a Dayton-area independent restaurant serving  fabulous, freshly-made sandwiches, burgers, wraps, salads and yummy homemade desserts – including a tasty selection of home-baked pies and cakes.

If you live or work in Huber Heights, Riverside, Fairborn, Tipp City, Englewood, Trotwood, Vandalia, New Carlisle, Kettering, Springfield or Dayton you are just minutes away from our restaurant.  We’re located in Huber Heights at 7111 Taylorsville Road – just about a block from Brandt Pike (State Route 201) and just south of the Interstate 70 / Brandt Pike interchange. (We have a map here.)

We pride ourselves in freshly made, tasty meals with that homemade touch.  If you’re hungry for something fresh, take a break from the chain restaurants and stop by Old Glory Cafe.

We are a family owned and operated independent restaurant and take a great deal of pride serving our guests to their complete satisfaction.

Our Pick Two Option

Pick Two is a very popular option with our guests.  You can combine any two:   half of a sandwich, half of a salad or a cup of soup.  Here’s a look at a Pick Two with a half of our Patriot Salad and half of a shaved Turkey Sandwich on whole grain bread.  And, yes, those are real plates.  Learn more about our popular Pick Two options.

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Menu

We  now have our complete menu online. (Prices subject to change)

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About Our Independent Restaurant . . .

Or maybe we should make that plural and say “restaurants.”  You see, Old Glory Cafe offers two distinct and unique dining rooms for you to choose from.

One dining room is designed to give you the experience of a traditional 1950s diner, complete with booths, a jukebox and an ice cream freezer where you can choose your flavors and watch your Hershey’s Ice Cream being dipped by hand.

Our second dining room offers a trip back to Americana, including antiques, patriotic decor and a selection of gift items.  This dining room also features beautiful hand-crafted furniture built by one of Old Glory’s owners, Ron Campbell.

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Our two dining rooms:  The Americana dining room is in the top row, the Fifties dining room is in the bottom row.

photoownersAbout Us . . .

Old Glory Cafe and Sweet Shoppe is a family owned-and operated restaurant.  Old Glory Cafe is run by Janet and Ron Campbell.

You’ll find Janet out in the dining room welcoming and serving guests.

Ron spends most of his time in the kitchen preparing your meal to our Old Glory standards of deliciousness.

If you’re dining in our Americana dining room, most of the furniture you see was hand crafted by Ron – and much of it is for sale.

What’s Happening at Old Glory Cafe . . .

  • 20 February 2014 : Come See Our Remoded Dining Room (No Comments)
    You probably know that we have had one half of Old Glory Cafe closed for what seems like forever while we completely remodel it. We have had so many customers [More...]

  • 20 February 2014 : We can’t wait to show you! (No Comments)
    Tomorrow, Friday, February 21, 2014 at 4:30 p.m. we will reveal the changes to our restaurant that we have worked so hard on. Our '50's' side has been transformed into new, fresh, eye-catching [More...]

  • 12 February 2014 : An Extra Special Valentine’s Day (No Comments)
    Old Glory Cafe is planning something extra special this Valentine's Day to help make your celebration a lovely, romantic time.  We're offering three special meals with a traditional Valentine's Day [More...]

  • 23 December 2013 : Christmas Eve Hours (No Comments)
    On Christmas Eve, we will be open from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. serving breakfast and lunch. Merry Christmas!

  • 7 December 2013 : WE ARE NO LONGER OPEN ON SUNDAYS! (No Comments)
    Effective immediately, we will no longer be open on Sundays. Thank you to all of you that supported us on Sundays!