Miller’s Ale House To Reopen Tuesday After Repairing Fire Damage

Miller’s Ale House in Christiana will be serving its famous Zingers and beer again on Tuesday, Dec. 7, after being closed for nearly two weeks for repairs.

The popular sports-themed casual restaurant was damaged in a late November fire but was able to quickly make temporary repairs and safely reopen as construction continues.

“People are our top priority at Miller’s Ale House and we are grateful no one was injured in the fire at our Christiana restaurant,” said Miller’s Ale House Executive Vice President Jim Kuehnhold. “Fortunately, the damage was mostly contained to the entryway, and we were able to clean and repair the rest of the restaurant to continue serving our loyal guests while we finish repairing that one area.”

Miller’s Ale House worked with the health and fire departments to confirm that the restaurant can safely reopen and welcome guests.

The restaurant, which first opened in the Center Pointe Plaza in 2017, will resume its normal business hours of Sunday – Thursday 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. and Friday – Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m.

Final repairs on the restaurant’s entryway are expected to be complete in January, the restaurant said in a statement..

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