FayObserver.com:

Tony Roma’s, the national chain that for the past decade served saucy ribs and such in Fayetteville, closed its doors last week.
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Carolina Ale House is planning to open by the end of the year in a renovated version of the building that Tony Roma’s left behind in Glensford Commons.

Raleigh-based Carolina Ale House – which bills itself as “family-friendly sports-themed restaurant” with more than 40 televisions in each location – has been looking at Fayetteville for a few years, in part because of the heavy concentration of families and male diners, said spokeswoman Mindy Amerson.

There are six Carolina Ale Houses in North Carolina, plus a miniature version in Raleigh-Durham International Airport. Another is slated to open in Wilmington this year, and a rooftop location is planned for next year on Raleigh’s Glenwood Avenue. Carolina Ale House also has two locations in Florida, and two in South Carolina with a third already locked in. Read more.

Originally posted by Cris Zimermann on September 2, 2009 in Franchise Site.

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