BRAZIL, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — A longtime restaurant in Brazil is getting a new life thanks to a father-daughter team and some big support from their community.

The grand opening took place Monday for Eddie’s Restaurant in Brazil. It comes after challenges temporarily shut down the business during the pandemic. Those challenges included capacity issues and rising costs.

The operating owner of Eddie’s, Bradley Wallace, say’s he’s worked with the prior owner over the last three months to get the restaurant up and running again.

He works alongside his daughter Brylee, she’s the manager of the restaurant.

They both say the community support has been tremendous.

“The last two months we’ve been working to get it open, it’s been great. The whole town has really struck it, you know, they’ve really helped out and pushed and people have done everything they could to help us,” said Bradley.

“I used to come here a lot with my grandpa and my dad growing up, and it was just a great spot and everyone in this community wanted Eddie’s back, and I was happy to bring it back for them,” added Brylee.

Eddie’s is open Monday through Saturday from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m.