Longnecks in Wilder, Ky. reopened after months of being closed due to damaged caused by an October kitchen grease fire. (Photo provided)
Patrons and staff celebrated the grand re-opening of a local sports bar months after a grease fire closed its doors.
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WILDER, Ky. – Patrons and staff celebrated the grand re-opening of a local sports bar months after a grease fire closed its doors.
Longnecks Sports Grill showed off new televisions and sound system at their location just off of I-275 in Northern Kentucky on Monday, March 10.
Owners kept the bar closed since mid-October when a fire that started in one its fryers caused extensive smoke damage.
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The Wilder location is one of two Longnecks. The second locally owned sports bar chain is in Hebron, Ky.