Cicis reopened the doors of its restaurant at 832 S. Fort Hood St. in Killeen on Thursday since closing them in late 2014.
The rebuilt restaurant — the only one in Killeen and the 187th in Texas — features an updated interior design, new kitchen equipment, granite countertops, upgraded tables and seating, lifestyle wall graphics and an expanded game room, according to a news release.
The restaurant seats 156 guests.
“All of us are thrilled to bring Cicis back to Killeen, and it’s even more exciting because the restaurant is absolutely beautiful, the arcade is bigger and badder, and we’re now serving up our all-new Stuffed Crust Pizza, which has been a guest favorite all across the country,” said Charles Corprew, area manager. “I know this town is going to love our unlimited buffet, and at just five bucks and change, you can’t beat the value.”
In August 2014, the Herald reported a confirmed rat sighting at the restaurant. Management closed the restaurant and conducted an evaluation, and requested an inspection by the Bell County Public Health District before the restaurant reopened.
The Killeen restaurant is open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
Military personnel can get a 10 percent discount every Monday by showing a valid U.S. military ID at the register.