JUST IN: Restaurant sets opening at larger site between Dayton Mall, Austin Landing

Roosters bought the Miami Twp. property on Ohio 741 last year for $1.7 million after Caddy’s Tap House closed. NICK BLIZZARD/STAFF
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Roosters bought the Miami Twp. property on Ohio 741 last year for $1.7 million after Caddy’s Tap House closed. NICK BLIZZARD/STAFF

An Ohio-based restaurant chain set is days away from opening a new, larger site in Miami Twp.

Jan. 7 is the date Roosters officials said they plan to start officially welcoming customers to its new restaurant, the former Caddy’s Tap House site it bought at 9400 Springboro Pike, or Ohio 741.

The restaurant/sports bar specializing in chicken is moving from 103 N. Springboro Pike just north of Ohio 725 in Miamisburg. The new site is about a mile south of its current location, between the Dayton Mall and Austin Landing, and across from LexisNexis.

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About 400 seats will be available at the new site that is nearly 8,400 square feet, about 25 percent more space than it currently has, said Dan Ponton, company president and CEO.

Roosters plans to increase its staff from about 95 jobs to about 125, Ponton has said.

Roosters bought the property last year for $1.7 million after Caddy’s Tap House closed. Roosters has been leasing its Miamisburg location, Ponton said.

Changes will include an entrance on the south side of the business - replacing the one facing Ohio 741 – and a walk-in cooler.

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