WYTHEVILLE, Va. – We’ll soon learn when a Wytheville restaurant will reopen after a fire last fall.
In October, a fire forced the 1776 Log House Restaurant to close.
At first, the restaurant’s owners announced that the restaurant would remain closed due to the damage caused by the fire.
However, a few days later, after talking with the owners, nonprofit Downtown Wytheville announced the creation of a fund to help the restaurant reopen.
When 10 News talked with Downtown Wytheville Vice President Shane Terry in November, he said that $2,300 was raised in just two days.
The fund has since been completed and a check for $11,182 was presented to the restaurant’s owners.
In Downtown Wytheville’s post on Thursday morning about the check, the organization wrote, “we want to say thank you to those who contributed to this fund from literally all over the world It was great hearing all of the stories we heard throughout the process.”
It also mentioned that a reopening date will be announced soon.
As soon as we know, we’ll let you know!