Tuesday, June 6, 2017
Owners of Triona's lined up to take over Croxley Ales on Avenue B
[EVG file photo]
It appears that Croxley Ales is ending its run on Avenue B.
The owners behind the Irish bars Triona's on Sullivan (est. 2012) and Triona's on Third (est. 2009) are on this month's CB3-SLA docket for a new liquor license for the space at 28-30 Avenue B between Second Street and Third Street.
According to the questionnaire (PDF here) on file at the CB3 website, this is a sale of assets.
The yet-to-be-be-named establishment (Triona's on B?) shows proposed hours of noon to 4 a.m. Monday through Friday, and 11 a.m. to 4 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday. The menu is "traditional American-Irish comfort food," with fish and chips, burgers, etc.
Croxley Ales has six locations total in the metropolitan area, opening the first outpost on Long Island in 1990. The East Village location opened in 2003, peddling sports, cheap wings and craft beer. (Their website still says "We do not carry Bud, Miller, or Coors.") They expanded into the adjacent space at No. 30 in early 2013, adding an extra 13 flat-screen TVs to its sports-watching arsenal.
The June SLA committee meeting is Monday, June 12. Location: the Perseverance House Community Room, 535 E. Fifth Street between Avenue A and Avenue B.
Previously on EV Grieve:
Croxley Ales beer garden sign finally removed
Croxley Ales reopens on Thursday
Avenue B condos near former heroin hot spot named Poppy Lofts