FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT)- After it was shut down last week by the Health Department, Liberty Diner is opening its doors again Thursday morning.
The diner made repairs including the leak in the roof, cleaning, and painting the damaged areas in the restaurant.
The staff at Liberty Diner said they're expecting a large crowd. They've been spreading the word and said they appreciate the support they've seen from the community.
"Teamwork does a lot. That's what we learned. And I guess we didn't realize how important we were to the community and we've had a lot of people reach out to us, so that's really nice," said Maria Estrada, a server and hostess at Liberty Diner.
The diner will open the doors at 5:30 a.m.
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