SCOTIA, N.Y. -- The Scotia Diner opens a one-of-a-kind Vegas-style party room with a celebration not just fit for a king, but fit for the King.
An Elvis impersonator was one of many on hand for the ribbon-cutting in Scotia Saturday. The room will be used for parties of all kinds. It even has its own chapel for marriage ceremonies.
The diner was forced to move to its new location at 114 Mohawk Avenue last year. The diner's owner says for the new space, she wanted something for the community to enjoy.
"It's gonna take a little time to get it built up, 'till they recognize that we're here, but we'll survive, we'll take care of it," owner Anita Kyratzs said.
The diner's owner says she's ready and excited to host future events.