Buckhead's OK Café reopens 10 months after fire
by Everett Catts
12:01 AM, Wednesday, October 14
OK Café is open once again. The popular Buckhead restaurant, which closed in December due to an electrical fire caused by a neon sign in its OK Takeaway section, reopened Monday. “I’m so excited,” said Susan DeRose, who co-owns OK Café with her hu...

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