NOW OPEN: Donatos transforms pharmacy into new restaurant

This former Clark's Pharmacy will officially open as a Donato's Pizza restaurant on Tuesday, Dec. 11 in Beavercreek. CONTRIBUTED
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This former Clark's Pharmacy will officially open as a Donato's Pizza restaurant on Tuesday, Dec. 11 in Beavercreek. CONTRIBUTED

Donatos Pizza has transformed a former Clark’s pharmacy store into a new restaurant.

The pizza chain is moving an existing store at 3375 Dayton-Xenia Road in Beavercreek to the new location at 3197 Rodenbeck Drive, off Dayton-Xenia Road just east of North Fairfield Road.

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The Beavercreek Chamber of Commerce will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony to formally open the newest Donatos at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 11.

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The 3,580-square-foot restaurant includes a dining room and also offers a 50-seat private room for groups, teams, organizations and families to host meetings, parties and celebrations, according to a Donatos release. A pickup window for order-ahead food orders also will be available. Delivery and catering services also will be available.

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“At Donatos, we’ve been committed to the Beavercreek community since we opened 1994,” Todd Rogers, president of Viking Group Inc. and owner of the Greater Dayton Area Donatos Pizza restaurants, said in a release. “It was one of our first locations in Dayton and a community we have loved since we opened our doors.”

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The phone number for the new restaurant will remain (937) 427-5880.

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Donatos also operates restaurants in Riverside, Kettering, Huber Heights, West Carrollton, Centerville, Fairborn, Englewood, Troy, Springfield and the Centerville/Sugarcreek Twp. area.

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Earlier this fall, Columbus-based chain closed its first Dayton-area location in 25 years, in the 1800 block of North Main Street in Dayton.