“Over the past few months we’ve worked hard to roll out pop-up dinner concepts and new seasonal menu offerings each week, and we’ve seen some traction in patronage,” the announcement reads. “Unfortunately, the clock has run out though.”
The restaurant, which opened in 2016, is inviting people to “blow out the beer and bourbon for an extended happy hour this eve and all night until it’s gone.”
Like other restaurants that have closed before it, the post alludes to crime as a reason for the closure, citing the decline in tourism and wishing “for safety and vibrancy to prevail.”
As The Sun notes, owners Andy Gruver and Jason Sanchez recently listed for sale another one of their concepts, Fork & Wrench.
A call to the restaurant from Baltimore Fishbowl went to voicemail.
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