LIMA — As often happens with restaurants, their eyes were too big for their stomachs.About a month after taking over the restaurant at Tamarac Golf Club, Justin Musil and Amy Fischer Musil said Thursday, they're turning it back to the course owners. The Musils, who own LuLu's Diner on Spencerville Road, are now focused on getting their east-side location open, they said.But, they're handing the Tamarac spot over in style Friday night, with a party and food. The Musils plan a chicken barbecue with entertainment by Amy's father, Don Fischer, owner of Cappie's Sportswear, who's known for his singing voice.“Tamarac's new ownership is committed to providing the Lima area a unique dining experience,” Amy Musil said. “Please continue to support us and them as we invite the entire community to see what changes have and will continue to occur there.”The Musils had done some renovations and added staff to the restaurant. Both are staying, along with some of the new menu items.New Tamarac owner Paul Scheiwiller is a LuLu's customer, and when he approached the Musils about running the restaurant, they were honored. A month into it, they've found they're stretched too thinly to provide the kind of service they pride themselves on, Amy Musil said. Customers are clamoring for the east-side spot to open, and the Tamarac project prohibited that.The Bellefontaine Avenue location, at the former Yazel's Flowers, is close to opening, Justin Musil said. Next week, kitchen equipment will arrive, and by this time next Friday, the couple should have an opening date. The new place has seating for 75 and looks similar to the Spencerville Road location, including that black and white paisley wall hand painted by Amy.You can comment on this story at www.limaohio.com.