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Tator's and Diller's got its name from owner Corey Hadler's children's nicknames. The bar opened at 310 Plum St., previously occupied by the Roxx Bar and Grill. (Republican Eagle photo by John Russett)

Hadler opens new bar on old memories

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Corey Hadler always wanted to own a bar. Now he owns a piece of his family’s history, too.

Hadler recently opened new bar Tator’s and Diller’s at 310 Plum St., where his father worked 50 years ago.

Friends of his parents owned a bar there and his father worked there during the 1960s and early ’70s.

“So that’s kind of neat, I got the same place my dad used to work,” Hadler said. “I was born and raised here. It’s my hometown, I pretty much know everybody.”

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