Thursday, October 17, 2019

[EXCLUSIVE] Miller's Ale House Planned in Peachtree Corners

A new location of Miller's Ale House is planned for Peachtree Corners.  The new restaurant, in place of what is currently excess parking, will open in a new out-parcel of the Goodwill-anchored Peachtree Parkway Plaza along Peachtree Parkway.  A recently updated site-plan for the project indicates the new Miller's Ale House restaurant, labeled "future construction," will be 6,350 square feet.  Miller's joins existing out-parcel restaurants Wendy's, Arby's and Taco Bell, which opened in 2015.  
Rendering of a typical Miller's Ale House restaurant 


Jack & Claire Miller opened the first Miller's Ale House in Jupiter, Florida in 1988.  The chain, which in 2013 was purchased by Atlanta-based private equity firm Roark Capital Group, now has some 88 "local joints," according to its website.


The menu at Miller's is continental American with sports bar influences.  The restaurant is known for their Zingers, "fresh, never frozen, buttermilk-drenched, hand-breaded, boneless chicken tenders," offered, like their wings, with a variety of sauces.  Other menu offerings include assorted salads and burgers as well as things like fettuccine alfredo, barbecue baby back ribs, lobster tails, salmon and filet mignon, among other options.   

Miller's Ale House will likely most directly compete with Marlow's Tavern and Lazy Dog Restaurant, both of which opened earlier this year at the new Peachtree Corners Town Center project.  



Today based in Orlando, Florida, Miller's Ale House currently has two Georgia locations: one in Alpharetta, the other in McDonough. 


According to the company's website, they are "continuing to grow, opening 8-10 new restaurants per year."   Real estate sources tell ToNeTo Atlanta that the chain is actively scouting the Atlanta area for several other locations.  


Have you ever been to Miller's Ale House?  Are you looking forward to opening of Miller's Ale House in Peachtree Corners?  Where would you like to see Miller's Ale House open next?


Please share your thoughts below.

3 comments:

Inside Peachtree Corners said...

That entire shopping center had excess parking. I didn't think they could squeeze another out parcel into that center but I guess I was wrong.

Anonymous said...

I go to the Millers off 400, its more of a drinkers boozer but the food is decent. Hope this one does well.

Anonymous said...

Just when you thought Peachtree Corners couldn't fit another restaurant.....

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