A two-alarm fire that broke out in ductwork in the kitchen of the restaurant on July 12 caused an estimated $350,000 to $500,000 in damage, according to Montgomery Fire and Rescue spokesperson Pete Piringer. Restaurant officials said in a press release that $1 million has been invested in renovations, some of which were underway when the fire occurred.
Plans are also in the works to add a sushi station and chef’s table.
“The restaurant was temporarily closed for repairs due to a fire that occurred in an exhaust shaft in July,” Copper Canyon Grill owners Blueridge Restaurant Group said in a statement. “Although there was very little damage to the restaurant, the owners decided to take extra time and measures to ensure that all the related systems were reengineered and rebuilt within [the] current building codes.”
Blueridge Restaurant Group officials also said that Copper Canyon Grill will be open on Thanksgiving, however, holiday meals will also be available for pickup in advance.
Photo Courtesy of Copper Canyon Grill
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