Two Lansing restaurants are back open after being shut down for almost 2 months due to the February flooding.

According to the Lansing State Journal, Green Dot Stables and Steakhouse Philly, opened again for business on Friday. Both restaurants were hit very hard by the flooding of the Red Cedar river and by the 3 feet of water that laid in the area for days.

Green Dot Stables, which is the former Whiskey Barrel Saloon and just opened this fall, had around a million dollars in damage alone due to the rising waters of the Red Cedar River two months ago. These two businesses now join the others businesses in that area that have opened back up like Bake N Cakes. To see the full story you can here.

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