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Iconic C.F. Penn Hamburgers re-opening Friday

The seven women employed by C.F. Penn Hamburgers huddled patiently with a few children...
The seven women employed by C.F. Penn Hamburgers huddled patiently with a few children Thursday, sensing the end of a 22-month wait for the iconic Decatur restaurant to reopen.(The seven women employed by C.F. Penn Hamburgers huddled patiently with a few children Thursday, sensing the end of a 22-month wait for the iconic Decatur restaurant to reopen.)
Updated: Feb. 7, 2020 at 4:46 AM CST
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DECATUR, Ala. (WAFF) - A restaurant with a lot of history in Decatur is re-opening its doors on Friday after a long wait.

C.F. Penn Hamburgers had to close in 2018 because a storm damaged its location on East Moulton Street. The owner decided to demolish the old building instead of renovating it.

The business has since re-located to Sixth Avenue, across from Zaxby’s. The Morgan County Health Inspector has already checked out the building.

The new building can seat about 32 people.

The restaurant officially reopens at 9 a.m. Friday.

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