Three Sheets will replace T. Murray’s, which abruptly closed after business May 17.
The Brewery District tavern, as the name suggests, will take a sharper turn toward libations – craft beer, signature cocktails and wine – with less of an emphasis on food, said Jenny Adams, who owns Three Sheets with her sister Missy Adams and Bryan Kilpatrick.
Nevertheless, they will lease the kitchen out to a talented group of chefs that will serve better-than-average bar victuals, Jenny Adams said.
They’ll also be adding some TVs in the place and some parlor games, billiard and darts, to the second floor of the two-story space.
Three Sheets, 560 S. High St., is expected to open by the end of July.
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T. Murray’s Bar and Kitchen, the casual restaurant in the Brewery District, closed its doors at the end of business day Saturday, May 17, just shy of its three-year anniversary.
Owner Steve Bagley declined to discuss details about the decision.
“We were made an offer that was a good offer and we decided to accept it,” Bagley said.
He thanked customers for their patronage at the restaurant, 560 S. High St.
“The village was great,” he said. “They’re a great group of people. It just didn’t work out.”
Bagley also declined to disclose information about the sale but said the new owners plan to reopen the space by the first week of July.