The Brunch Club reopens eight months after kitchen fire | #ESC_LLC #Restaurant #Kitchen #Fire | After eight long months, the Brunch Club is back in business after a kitchen fire forced it to shut down.
“It feels great actually,” said the owner, Jim Vari. “It was a struggle but we got through it. We thought it was going to be a lot quicker than this but we’re here.”
The restaurant was closed since the flames on April 8th, and did not reopen until Dec. 22.
Vari said he was glad to see so many people turn out for the first weekend of it being back open.
“It’s almost like we never closed,” said Vari. “It’s kind of picked right up where we left off. It’s actually been steadier than normal.”
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