Created: Tue, 12 Nov 2013 05:51:00 CST
Updated: Wed, 13 Nov 2013 10:07:56 CST
In just a couple weeks the sign outside
But that's a change that's happened plenty of times in the past.
It's got some of the people of
"I'd just make sure that everything you put on the menu is good,”
Those thoughts are being echoed around town.
A couple from Ayr is hoping to return the old
"People we run into at the grocery store and people we run into downtown,” new owner
Since the building opened decades ago, it's had at least 4 different owners.
It's located under the
"Time goes on,” Post said. “People move on to different locations and new businesses come in to compete."
Some of them say location isn't necessarily an issue.
"Seems like it would be a fine area,” Hastings Resident Elizabeth Stehling said. “It's still pretty close to downtown. I don't know if its necessarily walking distance but just a short drive."
The Post family from
They've cleaned carpets and replacing ceiling tile.
On Monday their liquor license was approved by the Hastings City Council.
To some residents a recipe for success isn't measured by fancy furniture or a new sign.
But, rather one simple ingredient.
"Just have good food,” joked Stehling.
The start day for Tory's is still tentative.
But the owners are hoping to be open for business by December 1st.
Tom Taylor owned that steakhouse for 22 years. He’s now decided to retire.