Al's Smokehouse is looking to reopen at 6185 Brandt Pike in the Marian shopping center.
Photo: Mark Fisher
Photo: Mark Fisher

Huber Heights BBQ restaurant to reopen in new location after shutting down

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If all goes well with the new location, the successor restaurant could open in the coming weeks, probably in February, Shamburger said today at the new restaurant site, located at 6185 Brandt Pike in the Marian Plaza in Huber Heights. 

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“Look Who’s Back,” reads a hand-lettered sign in the window of the Brandt Pike space. “New & Improved Big Al’s Smokehouse.”

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 Another sign promises a “limited” menu that would include ribs, pulled pork, brisket, burgers, chicken wings, Philly cheesesteak and assorted sides.

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Meanwhile, the former TGI Friday’s space that Al’s Smokehouse vacated at 7777 Old Troy Pike in an outlot in front of the Waynetowne Plaza is for lease again. The TGI Fridays shut down on Labor Day in 2017.

The former TGI Fridays in the Waynetowne Plaza in Huber Heights is for lease again after Al's Smokehoue shut down that location, but its owner is looking to relocate to the Marian shopping center on Brandt Pike in Huber Heights.
Photo: Mark Fisher

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Shamburger is also the founder and owner of Al’s Smokehouse Carryout & Catering in Springfield. 

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