Downtown Pensacola Tin Cow re-opening set after health violations

Downtown Tin Cow location re-opening set after health violations

A downtown Pensacola restaurant has re-opened after being closed for two weeks for a major cleaning and renovations.

The Tin Cow will celebrate its grand opening on Monday, February 12, with new menu options and month-long giveaways.

The restaurant voluntarily closed its doors to address health and safety issues.

In January, a former employee posted pictures on social media showing animal feces and a dead rat inside the restaurant.

Owner Joe Abston said they did some major improvements re-doing the flooring, renovating the bathrooms, and repairing the kitchen appliances.

"We've had a lot of equipment that's been brought up way above standard and really kind of put the focus back on the health and well being of the community and the guests that come down and sits and eats with us," said Abston.

The Tin Cow has been at the downtown location for six years.

Abston said these improvements set them up for the next 16 years.

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