The family of a slain restaurateur will reopen Dino's on Decker Boulevard.
The family plans to open the doors at 10 a.m. Friday, a little more than two weeks since owner Steve Kim was shot and killed during a robbery at the restaurant, said Jane Long, Kim's daughter.
Kim was shot shortly after 10 p.m. Feb. 22 just before the restaurant's closing. Kim was finishing up an order for a customer, who had stopped by just at closing time, police reports said.
Police said Kim was shot by Mario Stokes, who went on a crime spree that night before shooting and killing himself in a drug store parking lot.
Dino's has bee a Decker Boulevard establishment for years. Kim, 65, bought it in the mid-1990s and the place was popular for its chicken wings and Greek pita sandwiches. The restaurant will keep the same menu and the same hours, Long said.