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Croxley Ales is ending its 14-year run on Avenue B after service tomorrow (Aug. 30).
Ownership posted this on the bar's Facebook page:
After almost 15 years on Ave B, Croxley's will open it’s doors for the last time Wednesday, August 30th 2017. We’d like to thank our staff and our guests for all the memories. We invite you to get your craft beer & wing fix one last time with us in Croxley Ave B & we sincerely look forward to seeing you at our other locations ... Don’t forget! Croxley’s In Williamsburg is only one short stop away on the L line. See you there for FOOTBALL KICK off Sept 7th…
The owners behind the Irish bars Triona's on Sullivan (est. 2012) and Triona's on Third (est. 2009) will take over the space at 28-30 Avenue B between Second Street and Third Street for a similar-sounding venture.
Earlier this month, CB3's SLA committee approved a new liquor license for the yet-to-be-be-named establishment (Triona's on B?). This Triona's will have 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." The bar-restaurant will also have 20 TV sets.
Croxley Ales opened on Avenue B in 2003.
Previously on EV Grieve:
CB3 OKs Triona's takeover of Croxley Ales on Avenue B
Owners of Triona's lined up to take over Croxley Ales on Avenue B
Croxley Ales beer garden sign finally removed
Croxley Ales reopens on Thursday
Avenue B condos near former heroin hot spot named Poppy Lofts