A fire early Thursday morning at Stones Lodge.

A fire early Thursday morning at Stones Lodge in Winhall. (Submitted Photo)

A fire early Thursday morning at Stones Lodge in Winhall. (Submitted Photo)

WINHALL — Vermont State Police fire investigators and Winhall police are searching for the cause of a fire that destroyed a Winhall restaurant.

The fire at Stone’s Lodge and Fat Spy Tavern on River Road was reported at about 3:20 a.m. Thursday, according to police.

The Stone’s Lodge is located at 1 River Road in the Town of Winhall and Village of Bondville. The restaurant, night club, and tavern portion of the building were a complete loss.

Firefighters were able to save a lodging portion of the building.

Several other neighboring fire departments were also dispatched to the blaze. The Winhall Police & Rescue Department began the fire investigation and were joined by the State Fire Investigation Team.

two-alarm fire Tuesday morning at a restaurant in Silver Spring.

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SILVER SPRING, Md. (WUSA9) — Montgomery County fire and rescue crews are investigating a two-alarm fire Tuesday morning at a restaurant in Silver Spring.

It happened around 5:24 a.m. at the Red Maple Restaurant located at University Boulevard E. and Colesville Road.

Officials say smoke and fire were showing from the roof of the restaurant when crews arrived. The bulk of the fire is out.

Lanes were blocked at the intersection of Colesville Rd. and University Blvd. but they have since reopened.

No injuries were reported.

Fire at Roxbury restaurant

The fire that “gutted” an Indian restaurant in the Ledgewood section of Roxbury Sunday morning was deemed accidental by the town fire official.

Roxbury Fire Official Mike Pellek said the fire at the Clay Oven, located on Route 46 and attached to the Roxbury Circle Motel, started between the first and second floors of the building above a cooking device.

The fire started at about 10 a.m. about 10 minutes after employees had started using the cooking equipment, Pellek said. He added that “ceiling-level” flames from the cooking equipment caused the blaze.

One Netcong firefighter burned his hand battling the fire and was taken to the hospital for evaluation.

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The Roxbury Fire Station 1 Facebook page said the fire was under control within 45 minutes.

Before being knocked down, Pellek said the fire “gutted” the entire second floor of the restaurant, and the kitchen and dining area on the first floor suffered water damage. The building was deemed uninhabitable.

“They’re going to be closed for quite awhile,” Pellek said.

The Clay Oven owner Jitu Mehta said Tuesday it was too early to provide a timetable for reopening the restaurant.

The Clay Oven opened in 1999, and previously burned to the ground in a March 2010 electrical fire. It reopened 15 months later in summer 2011.

Obicá restaurant evacuates when fire erupts

Firetrucks and evacuated diners are seen outside of Obicá after a kitchen fire Tuesday.
Firetrucks and evacuated diners are seen outside of Obicá after a kitchen fire Tuesday.

New York’s hottest new restaurant had to evacuate diners when a fire erupted — before it even officially opened.

Obicá, a new Flatiron restaurant, which is a New York outpost of a mozzarella bar that has locations in Italy, Los Angeles, London, Tokyo and Dubai, began escorting out diners at a “friends and family” preview around 8:15 p.m.

One person suffered minor injuries but refused medical attention, according to officials.

For several minutes a fire alarm sounded, and then a pipe appeared to burst — drenching one diner and splashing others. Guests were then ushered out of the restaurant.

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/fire-forces-new-restaurant-evacuate-article-1.1859900#ixzz36xqHSB00

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