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Photo by Suzanne Monteverdi/QNS
Photo by Suzanne Monteverdi/QNS

A popular Bayside watering hole took to social media on June 1 to announce that it would serve its final dinners and cocktails this weekend after 24 years in the neighborhood.

Following news last month that the location would be taken over by new management this summer, the owners of C.J. Sullivan’s American Grill at 213-10 41st Ave. took to Facebook to let the community know June 4 will be their final day of operation.

“We are so grateful to our customers, co-workers, family, & friends who have made the experience of running this bar/restaurant so memorable,” the post reads.

Management encouraged the community to stop by this weekend and share their photos and memories at the gathering place in person, or post them on social media.

“To everyone who has become part of the Sullivan’s family–we could not have done what we did for so long without you—THANK YOU,” the post continued.

In May, QNS reported that the location would be taken over by the owners of another Bayside hot spot — Bourbon Street — and undergo renovations. The new owners will reopen the location as “One Station Plaza” sometime during the mid-summer season.

According to a representative for Mark Boccia, John Ryan and the Bourbon Street management team, the new concept will feature taps from local breweries, trendy liquor brands and complimentary fare for its customers. The business partners will also renovate both the interior and exterior spaces at the location to create “a flow from a cozy tavern to a garden oasis,” the representative continued.

Be sure to check QNS for more details in the coming months.

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