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Monday, July 15, 2013

The Roxy in Durham to close, reopen as Triangle Pint and Plate

Posted by on Mon, Jul 15, 2013 at 9:25 AM

"I tried but I could not find a way ... " So sang Roxy Music's Bryan Ferry on "Remake/Remodel" from the band's 1972 album.

In that spirit, we say adios to The Roxy, an upscale bar on West Main Street near the Brightleaf District, closed Saturday night, shortly after it had gone on a two-week hiatus for summer vacation.

The owners announced the closing on The Roxy's Facebook page, noting that within the next six weeks the establishment will become Triangle Pint and Plate, with help from new partners at the Triangle Brewing Company.

The Roxy opened two years ago, with visions of being an upscale cocktail bar and party space.


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