NEW MIDDLETOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – What was old is now new again.

The once popular “Tiger’s Table” restaurant has reopened under new management.

Although the business dates back to the late 1960s when it first opened, the eatery has changed hands — and names — a number of times over the years.

A new group of owners took over a month ago and focused on some of the restaurant’s history.

“The people that have come in so far today have been super excited — super excited that it’s still ‘The Tiger’s Table.’ The name means a lot to this community, and they seem really happy about that, and they think, everybody has said, that it looks wonderful,” said co-owner Melissa Chambers.

About 30 people are working here now, and the restaurant will be open seven days a week, serving breakfast starting at 6 a.m.