Spanish restaurant SER (1110 N. Glebe Road) is closed today after storms led to a partial roof collapse and flooding inside the eatery last night (July 25).
SER aims to be back open this weekend, according to a Twitter statement from restaurant proprietor Javier Candon.
“Last night, our building had a structural failure which resulted in us having to close the restaurant unexpectedly due to flooding,” the statement reads, in part. “As repairs begin, I just want to thank everyone for their support and patience.”
— Tracy Hardaway (@TracyMHardaway) July 25, 2018
Candon also noted in the statement that no guests were harmed in the incident.
All of Two Ballston Plaza, the building in which SER is located, is closed today because of a power outage, according to a notice on its door. Ballston CrossFit, another tenant, posted on its Facebook page that flooding caused the outage.
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