Combine their time on 5th Avenue in Park Slope, and you get about 17 years of backyard drinking and Tex-Mex eating.
Owners Jeff and Elizabeth Warner opened the Southern-meets-New England comfort food restaurant with the eponymous outdoor space back in 2011. The pulled pork, lobster, and BLTs have been on our list for quite someone, especially when it was concerning where to eat and drink outside.
The 3000-square-foot restaurant has been up for sale since early September, according to a listing on LoopNet. The space has now been sold, and renovations are currently taking place for a future restaurant establishment.
Mark Caserta, Executive Director of the Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID, told BKLYNER that a name has not yet been determined for the new establishment.
Neighbors have been enjoying their quesos and margaritas for around 12 years but will have to head over to their Cobble Hill location at 218 Court Street (between Warren and Baltic Streets) in order to continue to do so.
The owners could not be reached for comment as to the reason for their closure.
Mexican and Tex-Mex restaurants represent many of the comings and goings in 2016, especially on 5th Avenue.
For the most recent openings and closings, view our November edition of our list here.