The Greenbriar Inn re-opened Friday night less than 24 hours after the restaurant was evacuated while crews doused a fire in the roof of the bar.
In a post on its website earlier Friday, the Greenbriar, 8735 North Foothills Highway just outside of Boulder, said it would open for dinner reservations at 6 p.m..
"The fire was put out quickly and there was minimal damage to the bar and no damage to any other part of the building," the post read.
The restaurant will go back to normal business hours today. The main bar will be closed for a few days while the roof is repaired, but the upstairs bar will be open, according to the website.
At 8:15 p.m. Thursday, staff and guests were evacuated after smoke filled the building. Crews arrived on scene and managed to contain the fire to the bar area and extinguish the blaze.
No one was injured.
The cause of the fire is still being investigated, but investigators believe it started due to aging aluminum wiring. The Greenbriar Inn is made of up two buildings, the older of which was built in 1873 and is currently used as a bar.
No dollar value for the damage has been given.