LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Lou's Diner has called Las Vegas home for 50 years.
Since COVID-19, the diner has had to make some changes. Diners are not longer able to eat inside the restaurant, but they are still offering food to customers.
"Before the shutdown, we were averaging nearly 600 people a day during the week and now we may do 10 to-go orders a day, " Brian Genco, owner of Lou's Diner said.
Despite this challenging time, Brian and his wife, Yuliya are staying optimistic.
In order to stay afloat they are counting on their loyal customers to spread the word that they're still open.
Lou's Diner is offering free coffee and soda to first responders and if a customer mentions "We're Open" they will receive a 8oz. jar of homemade jam with a $30 food purchase.
Lou's Diner is located on Decatur Boulevard near Meadows Lane. Click here to view their website.