A longtime Butler County restaurant and bar shut its doors this week.

O’Charley’s closes West Chester location after 24 years

The nearly 6,900-square-foot O’Charley’s at 7866 Tylersville Square in West Chester Twp. was constructed in 1995, according to the Butler County Auditor’s Office.

Sunday was its last day.

A sign posted on the restaurant’s doors thanked customers for their patronage over the years and asked them to visit any of the chain’s Cincinnati -area restaurants.

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Founded in 1971, O’Charley’s has locations in Middletown, Springdale, Deerfield Twp., Milford, Union Twp. and Dayton among its more than 200 locations in 17 states.

Gift cards are still valid at all O’Charley’s locations. Those with questions may call 615-256-8500, ext. 3101 to speak with guest relations.

O’Charley’s is owned by Nashville-based American Blue Ribbon Holdings, an affiliate of Cannae Holdings Inc. American Blue Ribbon also owns the Ninety Nine Restaurant & Pub, Village Inn and Bakers Square brands.

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O’Charley’s has closed at least 20 restaurants since 2016 with the latest eight closing over the weekend, according to Nation’s Restaurant News. These were not the first closures for the chain in 2019, according to NRN. According to the Orlando Sentinel, the brand closed a central Florida location in mid-April.

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