Roosters awaits liquor permit for new Miami Twp. site near Dayton Mall

A restaurant chain planning to move to a new location south of the Dayton Mall in Miami Twp. is awaiting liquor permit approval.

Roosters bought the former Caddy’s Tap House at 9400 Springboro Pike across from LexisNexis last year and plans to move from its 103 N. Springboro Pike site just north of the mall.

RELATED: Roosters buys former Caddy’s site in Miami Twp.

Roosters is seeking a D5 permit from the Ohio Department of Liquor Control, records show. Miami Twp. trustees signed off on the permit this week.

This news organization has reached out to the popular restaurant/sports bar chain about a projected opening date for its new, 8,500 square foot site, but a message was not returned.

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RELATED: Roosters plans move to ex-Caddy’s site

Roosters may spend about $1 million on the renovation work to prepare its new, larger site’s opening, Dan Ponton, president and CEO of the suburban Columbus-based chicken chain, told this news organization earlier.

Each store employs about 100 people, depending on the size of the location. Roosters has about 38 locations, with most in the Dayton area corporately owned and franchising in other markets.


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