After three years of occupying its space on The Avenue, Le Garage Beer Bar & Frites is calling it quits at the end of this week.
Management posted an announcement on Facebook about their casual French eatery’s planned closure and rebranding effort on Wednesday. “We hope to see all of our regulars and neighborhood friends this week to say thanks and enjoy one more round of our famous frites, burgers, beer, and other house favorites together,” it said.
Le Garage’s final night will be Saturday, April 29. It’ll then shut down “to rebrand and reopen at a later date.”
The restaurant opened in the space previously occupied by Dogwood at 911 W. 36th Street in April 2014, with a goal of bringing “approachable” French cuisine to the masses. The upstairs entrance houses a small Belgian-style frites shop, while the lower level has a full bar and dining area.
Leading up to Saturday, Le Garage is offering extended happy hour specials and discounted drinks.
“We want to thank you all for your amazing support over these past three years, and are extremely grateful to be part of such an awesome neighborhood and city,” the Facebook post continued. “We’re proud of what we accomplished, our amazing staff for their hard work, and everyone who passed through to share a drink or meal.”
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