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Carrollwood Selmon's to convert to Glory Days

File photo. (PHOTO CREDIT:  Lee Roy Selmon's)

File photo. (PHOTO CREDIT: Lee Roy Selmon's)

CARROLLWOOD — The Carrollwood Lee Roy Selmon's at 14457 N Dale Mabry Hwy. will close its doors on Sunday and re-open as a Glory Days Grill on Wednesday.

A spokesperson for MVP Holdings, the parent company for Selmon's, described the change as, "a collaborative business decision with the Selmon Family." Patrons can still enjoy Lee Roy Selmon's at the our flagship location at 4302 W Boy Scout Blvd.

Glory Days Grill is a sports-themed family restaurant featuring wings, burgers, sandwiches and fare from the grill including steaks and ribs. Entrees start at $10. Signature dishes include Macho Nachos, Mac n Cheese Bites, Glory Days signature Wings and award-winning sauces, a Glory Burger and a Philly cheesesteak. The lighter fare includes a wide variety of salads and flatbreads. Desserts include Oreo sliders and a seasonal baked cobbler.

As part of the opening, the restaurant will offer free kids meals we will free kids meals and "Shark Attack" kids drinks and other specials.

Times staff

Carrollwood Selmon's to convert to Glory Days 11/10/15 [Last modified: Tuesday, November 10, 2015 11:51am]
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