He told the News-Sun that he is anxious to get back into the kitchen and hopes to reopen around February 1 with new items and a new vibe.
Business during the coronavirus pandemic has been frustrating, Guerra said.
“Business started going up and down. One day we were busy and then the next day we did nothing. It is very difficult to project how you’re going to order, how you’re going to do things. It just got to be very frustrating for me, my customers and employees,” Guerra said.
The temporary closure is allowing him and his employees “to regroup and come back a little stronger,” Guerra said.
Customers should expect new menu items, a new vibe and possibly later hours, he said.
“This year is going to be a great year towards the end of the year and everything’s going to get back to normal – whatever normal we’re going to get into – and we will just go from there,” Guerra said.