Hot Head Burritos in Huber Heights applies for liquor permit

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Hot Head Burritos founder Ray Wiley talks about the expansion of the Dayton franchise.

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Mexican chain restaurant Hot Head Burritos has applied for a liquor permit at its restaurant in Huber Heights.

The restaurant, located at 6480 Brandt Pike, applied for a liquor permit in mid-November. The permit was expected to be discussed during a Huber Heights council work session this week. Hot Head Burrito CEO Ray Whiley told this news organization that the restaurant is looking to serve margaritas at its Huber Heights restaurant.

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It is also looking to add margaritas to all store as it undergoes its “re-model” program, Whiley said in a previous interview. No locations are serving alcohol yet. Hot Head started in Kettering in 2007 and now operates restaurants in eight states.

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