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Joella’s Hot Chicken
Joella’s Hot Chicken, home of the “Bird that bites back,” will be opening a 4,620-square-foot restaurant along Mason Montgomery Road, near Qdoba, this fall. Joella’s serves Nashville-style hot chicken, seasoned with “spirit” by adding one of six unique spice levels. They pair fresh, all-natural chicken with southern, made-from-scratch side dishes, like sweet vinegar slaw and creamy mac and cheese. Joella’s also serves sweet southern specialties like banana pudding, pie in a jar and Nutella poppers.
This will be the second Joella’s location in Ohio. The first location opened at in downtown Cincinnati at The Banks, 180 E. Freedom Way.
For more information on Joella's Hot Chicken, visit www.joellas.com.
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For more information on Sleep Number, visit www.sleepnumber.com.
“We are very excited to enhance the quality of our merchandising mix with these four very popular and vibrant concepts,” said Billy Andrews, senior property manager for Deerfield Towne Center. “These new additions align with our strategy of bringing in a variety of new brands to increase optionality for our customers and drive traffic to our centers.”
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