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Thursday
Feb232012

Cyprus Avenue to Re-Open by Saturday

Cyprus Avenue, the Irish pub on the corner of Fifth and Bergen, will be re-opening in time for the weekend.

The bar, which closed for "minor renovations" a little over a month ago, took the paper down from the windows yesterday, revealing an interior that looks more or less the same as it did before the closure. That's fine by me (that cozy atmosphere made it a winner in my book), but I'm guessing there were more factors in play here than just cosmetics.

I'll be sure to do some "investigation" into what's been changed once they open back up. In the meantime, the owners have posted a sign to the front window asking for ideas about how they can improve. You can email them if you have any suggestions.

Reader Comments (4)

I'm glad this place is reopening. I always liked it's laid back and not very crowded atmosphere. Plus, it has hard cider on tap and awesome curry chips.

February 23, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJanie

Right, did they write OPEN on the wall next to the door? That's pretty funny, I like it.

February 23, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterFelton

I don't claim to know how to run a business, but it seemed a bit odd that they closed for renovations during football playoff season. They even had a sign in the window advertising their "playoff specials" when they were closed. Seems like a bad time of year to close a bar for renovations. And I also looked inside, and it doesn't seem that different. But, as I live nearby, and I have enjoyed their drinks and food (yummy sliders of different kinds) I am glad to see them reopening and wish them well.

February 23, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterNeighbor

Need to get out there again!

March 26, 2016 | Unregistered CommenterOrange Key

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