Indiana-based chain to move into former Roosters space.

NEW DETAILS: ‘Stacked Pickle’ now hiring, gearing up to open 1st Dayton-area restaurant

Stacked Pickle, an Indianapolis-based sports-themed restaurant chain, is now hiring and gearing up to open its first Dayton-area location, which will also be its first restaurant outside Indiana.

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The restaurant is coming to 103 N. Springboro Pike (Ohio 741), in space that previously housed a Roosters restaurant and pub. A spokesperson for Stacked Pickle said this morning, April 16, that the new restaurant could open as early as May 6, if all goes as planned.

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The new restaurant is hiring servers, bartenders, hosts/hostesses and line cooks at its web site, jobsatstackedpickle.com.

Roosters operated out of that location for several years before moving to the former Caddy’s Tap House/Cadillac Jack’s site at 9400 N. Springboro Pike in Miami Twp. in early January. 

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Established in 2010, Stacked Pickle is owned and operated by former Indianapolis Colts football player and Super Bowl Champion Gary Brackett.

The chain serves traditional sports-pub fare such as wings, burgers, fried pickles and sandwiches. Stacked Pickle operates eight restaurants in the greater Indianapolis area and one in West Lafayette, according to its web site.

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