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Miller’s Ale House Expanding Soon to Columbus

Ayana Wilson Ayana Wilson Miller’s Ale House Expanding Soon to Columbus
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Columbus is a sports town. Home to the Clippers, Blue Jackets, the Crew, and, of course, the Buckeyes, there is never a shortage of games to watch and pregames to be had. So when Florida-based Miller’s Ale House decided to expand to Ohio, they searched out a market that would support their sport-themed décor and feel. Columbus won.

The latest addition to the Miller’s Ale House family will be an almost 10,000-square foot restaurant boasting a large dining area, two separate bars, as well as two distinct patio areas, at the corners of Olentangy River Road and West Third Avenue. They will also feature their core menu peppered with daily local specials.

A horseshoe bar will divide the large dining room and the high-top seating area. Customers will find close to 75 HD televisions scattered throughout the space, allowing for maximum coverage of every major – and minor – sporting event.

An outdoor patio complete with a fire pit will be available for happy hours and weekend celebrations. And if the weather takes an Ohio turn, Miller’s will also have a 2,500-square foot under-roof patio that can be opened or closed depending on the forecast.

Owing to the fact that Miller’s first opened in Jupiter, Florida 25 years ago, their menu contains a vast amount of seafood fare. Still, you can expect to find dishes like Potstickers, Fiesta Nachos and the Texas Burger (pictured up top). To wash all this down, Miller’s Ale House will carry 48 beers on tap at both of the bars. Selections have not been named yet, but customers can expect to have local and regional options.

Miller’s Ale House’s is anticipating opening this Fall or Winter at 1201 Olentangy River Road.

For a longer look at Miller’s Ale House Columbus’ potential menu, visit www.millersalehouse.com.

Photo via Miller’s Ale House.

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  • JackieC

    “to find dishes like Potstickers, Fiesta Nachos and the Texas Burger” All I could think of when I read this is the waiter from the movie Office Space.

  • tobyb

    Don’t see this as being markedly different from the buckeye hall of fame grill in the yard.

  • Art Richardson

    Moved her from St Petersburg,Fl last year. One of the things we were going to miss was the ale house. We are so happy that they are coming to Columbus. Their food is excellent and I particularly like the 35 shrimp for 9.99. You are going to love this place.

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