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Mar. 13, 2015

Prestige Development Group to Open 7 IHOP Restaurants in Ohio

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March 13, 2015


Prestige Development Group Slated to Open 7 IHOP Restaurants in Ohio


BEAVERCREEK, OH– Prestige Development Group is set to open seven IHOP restaurants in the Dayton and Springfield areas over the next few years. The first of these pancake houses is a 5,000-square-foot IHOP that will be developed over the next few months in Beavercreek.


With plans to develop new IHOP locations every 8 months, Prestige Development Group looks to provide the venues for job opportunities in the region. At least 80 new jobs will be created by the opening of the Fairfield Commons location on the 2400 block of North Fairfield Road. Plans for the IHOP on Fairfield Road were approved by the Beavercreek city council on Monday evening.


“We’re very excited to be working in this area—there is huge potential in this market” said Michael Dixson, CEO of Prestige Development Group. Prestige Development Group is a high volume developer specializing in several restaurant, retail, and medical properties nationwide. Prestige Development Group also offers great opportunities to Franchisee based products for many national chains, and looks to continue prospering business ventures in all regions.


The Beavercreek location is scheduled to open later this fall.

Mar. 09, 2015

Beavercreek Council Approves Plans for IHOP

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By Sharahn D. Boykin / Staff Writer

BEAVERCREEK — The city council on Monday night approved plans for a new IHOP location.

The 5,000-square-foot IHOP will be located across from the Mall at Fairfield Commons, near Target in the 2400 block of North Fairfield Commons Road.

Construction is expected to take about three months.

The Beavercreek IHOP will be one of five new locations for the restaurant chain in the Dayton area. The other locations have not been finalized.

Each location will create up to 80 jobs.

IHOP is one of two food chains that planned new locations in the city. McDonald’s also filed an application to build a new location on the northeast corner of Indian Ripple and County Line roads. Plans for the new fast food location are uncertain. McDonald’s has withdrawn its application, according to the city.

Feb. 25, 2015

Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery Ready to Bust into the Midwest

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PDG developing Tilted Kilt in west Texas market. 

Feb. 05, 2015

Beavercreek approves IHOP on Fairfield Road

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The city of Beavercreek has approved plans for the Dayton region’s first IHOP in decades.

The planning commission approved plans for a 5,000-square-foot IHOP restaurant at the corner of Commons Boulevard and North Fairfield Road.

The city of Beavercreek has approved plans for the Dayton region’s first IHOP in decades.

JFAL Holding Company LLC in Las Cruces, N.M., applied for the zoning approval for the IHOP.

Danielle Kuehnle, a sales and leasing agent with Oberer Realty Services, is representing owner Michael Lofino in selling the property. Kuehnle said the land is under contract to sell to the developer.

A spokesman for the chain said in October that the Dayton market was one of the most demanded locations for IHOP customers.

Jan. 27, 2015

A touch of Ireland bistro makes it to the city

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 Valerie Herrera, Staff Reporter

The Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery, a Scot-Irish-themed sports pub, was originally scheduled to break ground in West El Paso September 2014, but the opening is scheduled for late February or early March at 1501 N. Zaragoza.

The Phoenix-based restaurant chain has 94 locations in the U.S. and Canada, including five Texas locations. The sports bar will be opening its first prototype of the new design in El Paso. 

“It will still tie into the original theme, but with a more modern Celtic design,” said April Cano-Medina, director of marketing and hiring for the pub.

The new restaurant will feature an outdoor patio, and they will showcase professional and college sports action year-round on all of their HD screens throughout the pub.

Their website said the Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery offers a delicious menu with more than 30 draft and bottled beers to choose from.

The food menu will consist of classic items, such as burgers and wings, but will also feature signature selections such as fish and chips, shepherd’s pie, Dublin Irish stew, and a variety of pizzas, sandwiches and seafood items.

The website did not say if they will continue with their plans of opening their West side location, but they plan to open three future sites in El Paso within the next few years.

Cano-Medina said they are still holding interviews for new applicants and are looking to hire about 100 new employees.

“We are excited about bringing the brand of the Tilted Kilt to El Paso,” she said. “Our fun, festive atmosphere makes us the go-to place to watch sports, enjoy a cold beer and hang out with friends.”

Some might question what will make this sports bar more appealing than other restaurants that follow the same concept, such as Hooters and Twin Peaks.

“We’re more than just a restaurant and so much more than a sports bar,” Cano-Medina said. “What makes us different is the great food menu, friendly service and unique environment.”

For more information, visit their Facebook page, Tilted Kilt El Paso, or call (480) 456-5458.

Valerie Herrera may be reached at theprospectordaily.ent@gmail.com.

– See more at: http://www.theprospectordaily.com/2015/01/27/a-touch-of-ireland-bistro-makes-it-to-the-city/#sthash.l4mIhwJv.dpuf

Oct. 21, 2014

IHOP restaurants coming to Dayton area

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The IHOP chain will re-enter the Dayton-area market after a decades-long absence and is considering a Beavercreek location near the Mall at the Fairfield Commons as one of its first local restaurants.

By Mark Fisher / Staff Writer

“I can confirm that we are coming to Dayton,” said IHOP spokesman Craig Hoffman. “Dayton has been one of the most-requested locations for IHOP in quite some time.”

Hoffman said he could not disclose the total number of restaurants that the chain is looking to open in the region, or comment on specific locations for any of those restaurants.

But Pete Nichols with the Dayton office of commercial real estate firm Colliers International said this morning that he is representing a developer of IHOP restaurants and is close to closing a contract for an IHOP to be built in the 2400 block of North Fairfield Road, across from the Mall at Fairfield Commons near Target.

Planning and zoning officials with the city of Beavercreek say they have not yet received any plans or permit applications for the IHOP.

IHOP operates multiple restaurants in the Columbus and Cincinnati areas. But the closest IHOPs to Dayton are in West Chester, Mason and Richmond, Ind. The Dayton area had IHOP locations in the 1970s and 1980s, including one near Ohio 725 and Ohio 741 near the Dayton Mall and one on Shiloh Springs Road near the former Salem Mall, but those restaurants closed about 25 years ago.