Albany restaurant reopens after major flood damage from burst pipe

An Albany restaurant that was dealt a double blow in the form of the pandemic and water damage finally reopened on Friday.

The Copper Crow was closed for six months due to massive flooding.

A pipe busted in the warehouse above in January. This caused 65,000 gallons of water to come down inside.

The ceilings, the bar and tables were all damaged due to the water.

It took six months of construction to get it all back open.

See what it all looks like inside now by watching the video of Jonathan Hunter’s story.