Washington Harbour Restaurants Reopen

Washington Harbour flooded with over 10 feet of water.
Washington Harbour flooded with over 10 feet of water.

The businesses and restaurants of Washington Harbour are slowly returning to normal after being engulfed in 10-12 feet of flooded waters over a month ago. Tony & Joe’s and Nick’s Riverside Grill have opened their outdoor bar and seating patio with a limited menu including grilled fish, shrimp, burgers & hot dogs. Owner of both businesses, Tony Cibel, hopes to re-open the indoor dining areas within the new few months. Sequoia, having less water damage than their neighbors, was able to re-open their full restaurant. Cabana and Farmers & Fishers remain closed until further notice. Despite the slow, yet steady recovery, all restaurants are determined to regain their loyal cliental and urge everyone to come out and show their support.

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Thu, 23 Oct 2014 09:43:43 -0400

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