Miller’s Ale House opened Tuesday after repairs are made following fire


Miller’s Ale House in Christiana reopened on Tuesday, Dec. 7, after closing for nearly two weeks.

The sports-themed restaurant was damaged in a late November fire. According to a release, temporary repairs will allow the restaurant to reopen safely as construction continues.

The fire apparently started outside the restaurant and heavily damaged the entrance. The fire occurred before business hours.

“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.”

The restaurant, which first opened in the Center Pointe Plaza near ChristianaCare’s Newark Campus 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 completed in January.

Founded in 1988 and headquartered in Orlando, Florida, Miller’s Ale House is a sports-themed casual dining restaurant with 90-plus locations in 10 states.

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