May 10 – Miamisburg natives Jake and Jordan Shteiwi are opening a second Steak Thyme location in their hometown next week following the success of their original location in Kettering.
Steak Thyme Bar & Grill, at 103 N. Springboro Pike in Miamisburg, opens Tuesday, May 17.
“I want this to be Miamisburg’s new hotspot,” Jake said.
The twin brothers, both graduates of Miamisburg High School and Sinclair Community College, took over ownership of Steak Thyme, located at 4040 Wilmington Pike in Kettering, more than 10 years ago. The brothers’ parents, Musa and Huda Shteiwi, opened the restaurant together in October 2005, just before their father, Musa, died in 2006.
“It’s something we’ve always aspired to,” Jake said.
The original Wilmington Pike restaurant is a standard, casual, take-out restaurant, Jake explained. The second restaurant will have a full-service bar, large dining room, outdoor seating and new menu items.
“The bar and grill concept was in the brainstorming process for a while and then this location came up,” Jake said. “Everything fell into place.”
Steak Thyme Bar & Grill will feature 12 beers and two wines on tap, Jake said. They will also have twisted granitas, their lime and thyme mojitos and a range of celebrity wine bottles featuring Snoop Dogg, Martha Stewart, Post Malone and many more.
“We have a back garden where we get all of our herbs and stuff for our bass,” Jake said. “Everything is really fresh.”
New menu items include Bavarian wings, pizza and pretzels with craft beer cheese, Jake added.
The Steak Thyme Bar & Grill will be open 11 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. Sunday. Kids eat free on Sundays. Happy hour is 3-6 p.m. Monday-Thursday.
The space was a former Stacked Pickle, an Indianapolis-based sports-themed restaurant chain that opened in 2019 and closed in 2021. Prior to Stacked Pickle, the space housed a Roosters Wings restaurant.
For more information, visit www.steakthyme.com or the restaurant’s Facebook page.