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Ordinary Coyote to re-open

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Albany- The restaurant business can be risky.

But a South Georgia family is getting to re-open the doors to a once popular place. The Summerlin family is getting ready to open Ordinary Coyote again. The restaurant was opened in 2001 under different owners.

The new owners say they are planning on competitive prices with a lunch and dinner menu.

"There's a need for a place like this, as far as entertainment, as far as service," said Michael Summerlin.

The Summerlin family says they expect to open the restaurant within a couple of months.

"It's going to be something that's going to be healthy lunches, that way helping with the medical fields all around us," said Sherry Summerlin.

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