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Miller's Ale House coming to Apopka City Center


The City Center has added another future tenant to its list of businesses coming to Apopka. Miller's Ale House, a well-established Central Florida sports bar/restaurant, announced its intention to add an Apopka location in a Thursday press conference at the Apopka Hilton Garden Inn.

The Wisdom Development Group of Peoria, Illinois, will develop the project.

According to its website, Wisdom specializes in the development of premier free-standing properties, strip centers, anchored centers, commercial parks, and mixed-use projects combining retail, office, restaurant, and entertainment. The company utilizes only the best location, design criteria, and construction standards for each development to maximize its tenants' success and profitability. Since its formation in 1995, the Wisdom Development Group has continuously emphasized the core values of integrity, reliability, and performance.

Miller's Ale House is a nationwide restaurant and sports bar chain with 55 locations in Florida, eight in Pennsylvania, seven in Illinois, six in New York, four in New Jersey, three in Tennessee and Maryland, two each in Georgia, and Ohio, and one each in Delaware, and Virginia.

The first Ale House opened in 1988 in Jupiter, FL.

Their motto?

"A place where making friends is as easy as ordering your next beer. So whether you’re here to chill, cheer, chow down, or get charged up, you’ll find a whole House full of friends and friends-to-be ready to join in."

Also on the list of future tenants to the Apopka City Center are Winn-Dixie, Starbucks, and the Brew Theory Food Hall.

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  • MamaMia

    Well alright....in the past in the Apopka area, we had Feels Good, the Cantina, the Big C, the Bunny Trail, the Texas Bar, the ABC revolving bar, and currently the 3 guys, and Blue Jeans, so I guess we are moving on up, and the economic developer ain't even got his foot in the door yet at city Hall.....LOL. This ale house will make our cops happy, and give 'em somewhere to hang out, besides the Mt. Dora bars....LOL

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  • MamaMia

    Whenever we go to Wekiva Riverwalk shopping center, it is always someone coming up wanting something. They want money, they want cigarettes, or want us to to sign petitions. It has gotten so bad. I tell them I have already signed the petitions, so they will leave us alone, but we haven't signed them. This latest one they wanted signed was for recreational marijuana. I didn't care one way or the other about it.

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  • MamaMia

    Sounds like marijuana is already on the menu at a restaurant in Sanford named "The Joint". I read about it on the internet, but the Orlando Sentinel will only let you see a little of the article, without subscribing and paying. It seems like it is pot, but it seems like it isn't pot, in the food. I don't know what gives, with that place?

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