White Dog Cafe in Wayne closed by duct fire

White Dog Cafe’s Wayne location was damaged by fire.

White Dog Cafe’s location on Lancaster Avenue in Wayne will be closed “briefly” after a fire Monday afternoon in the duct work, a spokeswoman said.

Traffic on Lancaster Avenue was shut down for an hour as companies responded to the fire, which was reported about 1:30 p.m. The spokeswoman said the restaurant itself was not damaged and no injuries were reported.

The restaurant was heavily damaged in August 2013 from a kitchen fire. Radnor Township officials said that fire started in a ventilation shaft near the grill. The restaurant reopened about a month later.

The White Dog occupies the ground floor of a two-story complex that also houses offices and other businesses in the 200 block of Lancaster Avenue.