Owner Eddie Morin sports a B&G Tasty Foods tattoo declaring him as a "dood for life." Employees and fans of the Omaha loose meat sandwich joint received tattoos as way to remember the restaurant that closed on May 27th after 66 years of operation.

Eddie Morin only need glance at his arm to reaffirm his status as a "food dood." 

A simple look at the smiling hamburger gracing his bicep will bring memories of an Omaha loose-meat sandwich heaven. 

After 66 years of operation, B&G Tasty foods bid farewell to Omaha in late May. 

Morin and his friends at Grinn & Barrett Tattoo came up with a way for current and former employees, along with fans of the restaurant, to always remember the good times.

They designed a sheet full of B&G-themed tattoos and gathered to celebrate the restaurant's history with the buzz of a needle.

Watch as Omaha World-Herald visual journalist Elsie Stormberg shows the painful and joyful occasion.