Is the third time a charm for this East Atlanta Village restaurant?
The Glenwood in East Atlanta Village has reopened for the second time (third if you count the grand opening), Creative Loafing first reported.
The gastro pub at 1263 Glenwood Avenue was scheduled to reopen in March, Dan Simpson, co-owner, told What Now Atlanta earlier this year. The gastro pub announced its grand re-opening in a Facebook post Friday.
“Tonight is the night! The grand re-opening of The Glenwood has approached us,” according to the post. “We’ve got live music, good food and cold drinks. Sure do hope to see you all there, come on in and see us!”
In addition to an extensive renovation and new menu, The Glenwood has added ski ball and shuffle board, according to its Facebook page.
The restaurant first closed Jan. 1 when Simpson was unable to renew the pub’s liquor license.
“We didn’t have a liquor license because we didn’t pay for one,” Simpson said. “We had not generated the income to renew that license.”
The Glenwood reopened the second week in January and closed for the second time mid February.
So, is the third time a charm or will this resuscitated gastro pub die again?