Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) --- After weeks of intense cleaning and remodeling, Grandma's Restaurant on Miller Hill is ready to re-open.
The restaurant that was devastated by June's flooding will re-open on Monday, August 6th and to celebrate their grand re-opening, the restaurant is going to help those who were originally relying so much on the recently denied FEMA aid.
For a limited time, a percentage of proceeds made at Grandma's on the Hill will go to the Twin Ports Region Long-Term Flood Relief Fund.
“We’re very thankful we were able to rebuild through the efforts of many of our dedicated staff members and excellent area tradesmen,” said Brian Daugherty, President of Grandma’s Restaurant Company. “Through our adversity, we understand the need to help out members of our community who, like us, had no flood insurance or Federal assistance,” added Daugherty.
After June 20th's massive flooding, Grandma's on the Hill had to be completely gutted and has been closed since that time.
Posted to the web by Krista Burns