From one T-town to another, a legendary Alabama restaurant is making its way to a quaint college town in Pike County. Get ready to put the opening of Baumhower’s Victory Grille in Troy in the win column, Trojans!
About Baumhower’s Victory Grille
According to reports, Baumhower’s Victory Grille in Troy will be one of the smallest markets in which the restaurant has set up shop, with a population of about 19,000. But residents and visitors can expect a Baumhower’s that is equivalent to the Tuscaloosa location.
The restaurant, which is the self-proclaimed place to be for “Legendary Fun! Legendary Food!” is owned by Daphne-based Aloha Hospitality. CEO and founder Bob Baumhower’s youngest son, Wesley, is currently a college student at Troy University.
Reports also shared that Baumhower, the All-American football player from the University of Alabama and six-time All-Pro player for the Miami Dolphins, “fell in love with the area” when visiting.
When the Troy location opens, it will be the 10th restaurant for the chain. Additional locations can be found in Tuscaloosa, Birmingham, Vestavia Hills, Huntsville, Montgomery, Mobile, Daphne and Auburn.
The future site for Baumhower’s Victory Grille in Troy is next to Publix, which is located at 1147 U.S. Highway 231 South.
Hopefully, by May 2024, visitors will have a new place to stop and dine when Baumhower’s opens!
Get social with Baumhower’s
Get a jump start on the legends and more by connecting with Baumhower’s Victory Grille on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
You’ll see wall-to-wall TVs and more sport-themed fun, plus specials and mouthwatering images of award-winning food like burgers and wings!
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