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San Antonio-based Bill Miller Bar-B-Q to begin reopening Texas dining rooms


Bill Miller Bar-B-Q has begun to reopen Texas dining rooms. - INSTAGRAM / BILLMILLERBARBQ
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  • Bill Miller Bar-B-Q has begun to reopen Texas dining rooms.
Bill Miller Bar-B-Q will begin reopening dining rooms in San Antonio, Austin and Corpus Christi after months of operating solely via takeout and delivery due to the pandemic.

On Friday, the Alamo City-based chain shared a list of thirty locations where it's resumed dine-in service. It briefly welcomed customers back into dining rooms in May, but closed again a month later as COVID-19 cases surged.

"We ask for your patience while we get back in the saddle and open our dining rooms in phases,” the company’s website states.

At the onset of the pandemic, retired Bill Miller CEO Balous Miller was appointed to Gov. Greg Abbott's "strike force" to reopen the state after its initial COVID-19 shutdown.

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