(GREAT FALLS) A downtown staple is reopening under new ownership.
“Tracy’s was a historic part of downtown Great Falls and a part of many family traditions,” John Barnes said.
Barnes is the new owner of Tracy’s, the iconic restaurant that mysteriously shut down last year.
“We just want to keep downtown improving,” Barnes said.
Neal DuBois is also an owner. Together, the team hopes to renovate Tracy’s but still keep the historic nostalgia.
“My partners and I saw an opportunity to go into business together do our part to reopen the restaurant, which has been a part of the Great Falls community for decades,” Barnes said.
As far as improvements, they are working on renovations on the inside and improving the look of the establishment. Signs have been removed from the outside to be redone.
Barnes says they will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. They hope to be open mid-to-late June.
“We are excited to invite the public back into Tracy’s and see for themselves,” Barnes said.