Update: Biancke's Restaurant Moving Forward After Fire

Reported by: Mark Stitz
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Updated: 6/27/2013 7:53 pm
The owners of Biancke's Restaurant in Cynthiana are looking to move forward after a fire temporarily closed the restaurant Wednesday afternoon.

Family and friends are helping the owners clean up the restaurant and their living space directly above the dining room.

They plan on boarding up the third room of the dining area where the Cynthiana Fire Department thinks the electrical fire began above the restroom.

Once clean, in about a week, they hope to have the restaurant up and running again, but the upstairs residence could take another 6 months to repair.

The restaurant opened more than 100 years ago, in 1894.
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