LOVELAND, Ohio -- A restaurant that was destroyed by a fire in downtown Loveland has reopened its doors.
Tano Bistro will have a reopening celebration at 4 p.m. Wednesday, more than a year after a massive fire gutted the upper floors of three buildings on West Loveland Avenue in May 2017.
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The blaze began as an electrical fire above Tano Bistro's walk-in cooler. The fire also damaged a dress boutique, a realtor's office and apartments.
The bistro started rebuilding just six months after the fire. Now, the restaurant has been open for over a month, and it has expanded. The new Tano Bistro will seat 200 people, crews built a rooftop terrace and a private dining room is large enough for 75 people.
The restaurant’s reopening celebration will feature new dishes, and proceeds from the event will benefit Loveland charities LIFE Food Pantry, NEST Community Learning Center and Loveland Legacy Fund.
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