The Buckhead Mountain Grill in Jeffersonville, and its magnificent waterfront check out of the Ohio River, is closing — but programs for the spot appear to be in the works.
The Southern Indiana staple declared Wednesday that its remaining day of procedure is Saturday. Owners did not cite a cause for the closure, however the Buckhead on Bardstown Street in Louisville shut over the summer months because of to the COVID-19 pandemic.
One particular Buckhead location, in Bellevue (in Northern Kentucky, in the vicinity of Cincinnati) will continue to be open up, in accordance to the social media post.
“It is really been an remarkable journey and we are honored to have been a section for over two decades,” the publish read.
Nonetheless, it sounds like that nicely-known waterfront location, just throughout the river from downtown Louisville, won’t continue to be vacant for extensive.
“We might be hitting the path to our Northern Kentucky cafe, but Upland Brewing Enterprise will be setting up camp soon,” the Buckhead social media write-up said. “Upland has a 22-12 months history of creating award-successful Indiana beer paired with spirited pub fare and they have remarkable ideas for both equally Buckhead in Jeffersonville and the former Rocky’s Sub Pub setting up.”
Started in Bloomington in 1997, Upland Brewing Firm now has a number of pubs throughout Indiana, with a lot more than a dozen craft beers and a meals menu that consists of salads, sandwiches, burgers and, at some locations, choices this kind of as pizza and tacos.
Buckhead sits at 707 W. Riverside Drive in Jeffersonville, following doorway to the former Rocky’s cafe that was mentioned in Buckhead’s social media publish.
An immediate endeavor to access proprietors of Upland Brewing Business for much more details about their designs for the Jeffersonville location was not successful.
Buckhead homeowners and team thanked those who had used time at the restaurant’s 23 years of operation in their write-up.
“We will be pouring cold beer appropriate up the river and hope you’ll join us when you are in town,” the article reported.
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