The Lindt Cafe at Martin Place will always be known as the site of one of the most horrific events Sydney, and Australia has ever seen.
After the horrific events of December 16th, the chocolate shop will be reopening its doors this Friday, exactly 3 months after the Siege.
Premier Mike Baird will meet with staff before officially opening doors at 10am.
A plaque dedicated to victims Tori Johnson and Katrina Dawson will be erected inside the cafe, which will open to the public from Saturday.
The spot will be a place for people to pay their respects for the hostages and remember the turmoil they went through on that fateful day.
#BREAKING: The Lindt Cafe in Sydney’s Martin Place will reopen on Friday, three months after the Sydney siege.
— Sky News Australia (@SkyNewsAust) March 17, 2015