Klinger's on Carsonia shows work of rebuilding after fire

Restaurant hopes to reopen in mid-November

LOWER ALSACE TWP., Pa. - We're getting a look inside a popular restaurant in Berks County as it rebuilds after a fire.

Klinger's on Carsonia said it has faced a few setbacks since a fire damaged the family-owned restaurant on Carsonia Avenue in Lower Alsace Township on September 10.

Much of the fire was contained to the kitchen, but smoke and water caused more damage than was first realized, according to the owners.

"We're taking this opportunity to make every bit of the building better -- better for you, and better for our team," the restaurant said in a post on its Facebook page.

The new kitchen will be larger, and the bar area will be "reinvented."

"We're confident that you’ll love the subtle changes that we're making for the reborn Klinger's on Carsonia," the owners said. "It will look different but still very familiar, because we know how much everyone loved it for what it was."

The goal is for Klinger's to be back in business in mid-November. In the meantime, the staff is helping out at the family's other two locations -- Klinger's of Fleetwood and Klinger's at the Airport.

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