The store’s restaurant has an alcohol license and serves beer and wine, Rodriguez said.
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The project has been in the works for nearly two years. It first applied for a license to serve alcohol in January 2017.
The space previously housed a Salvation Army Thrift store. The Spin-Kemp Shopping Center includes Oddbody’s Music Room, Family Dollar and a handful of smaller businesses.
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El Rancho Grande operates seven Dayton-area restaurants and is affiliated with the new Rancheros Cocina Mexicana that opened last month in the Cross Pointe Centre in Centerville.
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