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Hit hard by pandemic, Miller’s Ale House in Las Vegas permanently closes

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Two Miller’s Ale House locations in the Las Vegas area have closed “for the foreseeable future” because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Fri, May 22, 2020 (3:10 p.m.)

Both Miller’s Ale House locations in the Las Vegas area have closed “for the foreseeable future” because of the coronavirus pandemic, a spokeswoman for the restaurant said.

“Casual dining restaurants have been particularly hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic,” the company issued in a statement. “We continue to evaluate the future viability of each of our Miller’s Ale House restaurants in this new retail environment.”

The locations, one at Town Square and the other in Henderson on Stephanie Street and Sunset Road, had been shuttered since the mid-March closure of nonessential businesses.

Restaurant employees, who had been on furlough, have been let go, according to the statement.

Many restaurants in Nevada have reopened for dine-in service with capacity restrictions, and following social distancing and sanitation guidelines implemented by the state.

Earlier in the month, Sweet Tomatoes announced it was permanently closing its three salad bar buffets in Southern Nevada, including one near Miller’s Ale House on Stephanie.

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