Albany restaurant plagued by flooding set to reopen
An Albany restaurant is ready to re-open its doors, six months after devastating flooding.
NewsChannel 13 got an inside look at the reconstruction of The Copper Crow on Wednesday.
Back in January, a pipe burst in the warehouse above the restaurant. This caused 65,000 gallons of water to pour inside The Copper Crow.
Crews have been working hard the last six months on clean up and construction.
Owner Jason Pierce says he can’t wait to see his customers again.
The restaurant will re-open on July 15. At first, they will be open five days a week, but will eventually transition to being open seven days.
Hear Pierce discuss the long journey to get to this point by watching the video of Jonathan Hunter’s story.