Thursday, August 27, 2015

Caracas Arepa Bar back open after an 18-day, gas-related hiatus

Caracas Arepa Bar reopened yesterday after a gas leak kept the small Venezuelan restaurant on East Seventh Street out of commission since Aug. 8.

As DNAinfo first reported, the plumbing company that the restaurant management hired to fix the gas-pipe problem waited a week before filing the necessary paperwork with Con Ed.

Con Ed was expected to make the inspection yesterday here just east of First Avenue. Given the usual line waiting to get in last evening, all went well with the approvals.

Previously on EV Grieve:
Caracas Arepa Bar remains closed due to gas issues

1 comment:

  1. This is certainly odd as paperwork is not submitted to Con Ed but to Dept of Buildings.


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