Waterfront moves back to original location for repairs - Tucson News Now

Waterfront moves back to original location for repairs

COVINGTON, KY (FOX19) -

Jeff Ruby's Waterfront Restaurant has been moved back to its original location in Covington near the Clay Wade Bailey Bridge. However, it could only be temporary.

The restaurant had been docked at the Covington Landing, since coming free from its moorings back in March. Now it's back in its original location for repairs.

Jeff Ruby told FOX19 that while the restaurant is being repaired, details on a reopening date and permanent location will be worked out.

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