Bru Burger Bar Expands to Northern Kentucky

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Bru Burger Bar opens in Fort Mitchell, KY (image courtesy of Cunningham Restaurant Group) Bru Burger Bar opens in Fort Mitchell, KY (image courtesy of Cunningham Restaurant Group)

Indianapolis-based Cunningham Restaurant Group has opened a Bru Burger Bar in Fort Mitchell, Kentucky. The near 200-seat restaurant is the ninth Bru opened by Cunningham, and the second operating in Kentucky. The group's second Bru Burger location has been open in Lexington, Kentucky since 2013.

The family-friendly restaurant will offer the same menu and decor enjoyed by customers since the original Bru Burger Bar opened on Massachusetts Avenue in Indianapolis. This is the third Bru opened by Cunningham this year, with the new Kentucky location joining Noblesville and Westerville, OH. 

 “We are excited to bring BRU Burger Bar to the Ft Mitchell/Northern Kentucky community.  We look forward to delighting our guests with a most enjoyable dining experience,” said Mike Cunningham, President and CEO of Cunningham Restaurant Group.

The other Bru Burger locations include Evansville, Plainfield, Carmel and Cincinnati. Cunningham owns and operates 30 locations in Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky, including Union 50, Vida and Rize  in Indianapolis. 

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