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Miller’s Ale House, the popular burger and beer restaurant, has filed a plan review with the Department of Business and Professional Regulation for another central Florida location.
The plan review was filed on April 13, and is still in process. The address given on the filing is for 1555 S Grand Highway, which appears to be the location of a now shuttered Golden Corral.
Since opening the first location in 1988 in Jupiter, Florida, the company has built a strong, multi-unit presence in the Orlando area, and we recently reported about a location planned to open sometime soon on New Independence Parkway. In total, the brand has over 90+ locations in 10 states.
Guests can expect a wide selection of beer, chicken fingers, burgers, steak fajitas and much more at the new location.
When the new unit will open is still unknown. What Now reached out to chief operating officer Ray Holden, but as of now, we have yet to hear back. Check back for details.