RELATED: IHOP moves ahead with Dayton-area expansion plans (January 2016)
When it comes, the Vandalia restaurant opening will mean IHOP will have doubled its Miami Valley footprint in just six months. An IHOP opened Sept. 5 at 7611 Old Troy Pike in Huber Heights, joining restaurants in Beavercreek and Springfield that marked the the first two locations of IHOP’s re-entry into the Dayton-area market.
RELATED: New Dayton-area IHOP now open, another location on the way
IHOP opened the first of a projected seven IHOP locations in the region in October 2015 on North Fairfield Road in Beavercreek, and the second one in October 2016 on Bechtle Avenue in Springfield.
The new IHOP near Miller Lane in Vandalia is gearing up to open in mid-March. MARK FISHER/STAFF
RELATED: IHOP opening two more Dayton-area locations (December 2016)
The region had multiple IHOP locations in the 1970s and 1980s, including one near Ohio 725 and Ohio 741 near the Dayton Mall and one on Shiloh Springs Road near the former Salem Mall, but those restaurants closed nearly three decades ago.