After closing all Columbus locations years ago, steakhouse chain coming back to central Ohio

Sav McKee

One steakhouse chain might have closed last year, but another one is making its way to that exact spot after a brief hiatus in central Ohio.

Logan’s Roadhouse, a popular nationwide chain known for wood-grilled steaks, ribs, and burgers, is moving right into the former O’Charley’s restaurant, located at 1657 Stringtown Rd. in Grove City.

Currently, there’s only two Logan’s Roadhouse locations in Ohio: one in Cincinnati, and one in Ontario, but Logan’s Roadhouse has had a home in central Ohio before. The Easton and Sawmill Rd. locations closed years ago.

The City of Grove City said that Logan’s Roadhouse doesn’t quite yet have a projected opening date, but they’re currently retrofitting the now-closed O’Charley’s restaurant to make it their own.

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The steakhouse chain offers appetizers like beer-battered onion rings and mesquite wings, a variety of steak cuts, pastas, seafood, and numerous sides like mashed potatoes and mac & cheese. 

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