The restaurant also awaits permits for continuation of the rebuilding process, which it expects to snag in the next eight to ten days. Greenlaw says the rebuild will include plumbing and electrical work in the kitchen as well as new carpet and wall coverings in the dining room. Seventy-five percent of the kitchen equipment was salvaged.
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