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A previous corporate owner of Logan’s Roadhouse filed for reorganization bankruptcy in 2016, and in the fall of that year, as the company was gearing up to emerge from bankruptcy, it shut down its Beavercreek location that had been open since 2006 at 2819 Centre Drive near the Mall at Fairfield Commons in Beavercreek. The closure affected between 60 and 80 employees.
At the time, a spokesman for Logan’s Roadhouse said the restaurant chain’s Troy and Miamisburg-Centerville Road locations would remain open, which they have until last month, when state officials ordered a halt to all dine-in service at restaurants on March 15. A stay-at-home order followed a week later.
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When the Miami Twp. Logan’s Roadhouse opened in 2010, a spokeswoman for the chain told the Dayton Daily News that it would employ about 130 and seat 237.
Another large national restaurant chain, Ruby Tuesday, shut down one of its Dayton-area locations last week after a 14-year run on Far Hills Avenue in Washington Twp.