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Beefy King announces reopening date

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Beefy King (Facebook Website), which closed briefly do to a fire, will reopen to the public on Wednesday, November 20.

The fire was caused by John Huff, who was arrested and taken to Orange County Jail the day after the fire which occurred on November 12. Huff has already admitted to causing the fire.

The fire itself caused minor damage to the rear of the restaurant but fire crews were forced to cut holes in the roof to confirm there was no presence of fire there, following a 911 call that claimed there was fire coming from the inside of the building.

The entire inventory of the restaurant had to be disposed of, according to a post on the Beefy King Instagram page, and they’ll need the next few days to restock their pantries.

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Beefy King (Facebook Website), which closed briefly do to a fire, will reopen to the public on Wednesday, November 20.

The fire was caused by John Huff, who was arrested and taken to Orange County Jail the day after the fire which occurred on November 12. Huff has already admitted to causing the fire.

The fire itself caused minor damage to the rear of the restaurant but fire crews were forced to cut holes in the roof to confirm there was no presence of fire there, following a 911 call that claimed there was fire coming from the inside of the building.

The entire inventory of the restaurant had to be disposed of, according to a post on the Beefy King Instagram page, and they’ll need the next few days to restock their pantries.