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Clayton's Tap

Clayton's Tap

122 W. Washington St.
Morris, IL 60450
815-942-3811
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Generations have been gathering for food and spirits at Clayton’s Tap for over 40 years. Clayton’s Tap is your place to grab tasty pub grub while watching the big game or playing billiards. Adjacent to the back room is the beer garden that hosts live entertainment and private parties. So pull up a barstool and enjoy live music, food, and spirits, at Clayton’s Tap, you’re only a stranger once.


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