LAVACA, Ala. (WTOK) - Ezell’s Fish Camp in Choctaw County was forced to shut down earlier this year due to extreme flooding of the Tombigbee River.
The restaurant reopened for two and a half weeks before having to close because of the coronavirus. Now, the owner, Mary Ann Hall, says they will reopen Friday morning at 11:00 a.m.
Adequate measures have been put in place to comply with social distancing guidelines. Hall says they've gone a step further by using disposable products for now.
The restaurant has several rooms and with a seating capacity of 300, Hall says distancing shouldn't be a problem for customers.
Ezell's normally has a staff of around 25 employees, but that's dropped by about 25 percent since they've been closed.
Hall says it has been a difficult year for the family owned restaurant and she wants her customers to know she misses them.
Ezell’s Fish Camp is located at:
776 Ezell Road, Lavaca, AL 36904.