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Sexton’s and Braxton Miller are teaming up for a new burger concept

Sexton’s Burger Bar will feature smash burgers, soft serve ice cream, and a full service bar, with a pending opening in October or November.

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Will you be giving the new smash burger spot a visit? | Photo via Stephen Jordan

The owners of Sexton’s — a Dave Portnoy-approved pizza shop — and former OSU football star Braxton Miller are teaming up for a smashing new concept.

Sexton’s Burger Bar, a smash burger restaurant, is coming soon to 921 E. Johnstown Rd. The exact date has yet to be announced, but the opening is tentatively planned for October or November.

Local designer and stylist Stephen Jordan will also work alongside brothers Jamie + Joey Sexton and Braxton on the launch. The restaurant will feature a full bar, as well as menu items like plant-based and grass-fed beef burgers, soft serve ice cream, and fries.

Sexton’s told us that the restaurant is in the early stages, but pictures of what to expect will become available soon. Follow the restaurant’s Instagram page for upcoming announcements on the new spot.

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