Burbank Councilman Gary Bric’s restaurant will be back in business starting Monday after it was closed for roughly seven weeks when a motorist crashed a car into the building.

Gary Bric’s Ramp — located at 7730 N. Hollywood Way — underwent a number of repairs after a man rammed a stolen car into the restaurant in October, leaving a “big, gaping hole” in the building, crushing a booth and rupturing gas and water lines.

“It was pretty ugly,” Bric said at the time.

On Thursday, he noted that the restaurant is equipped with new booths and carpeting.

“There’s a lot of changes on the inside,” Bric said, adding that the restaurant will open at 10 a.m. on Monday.

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