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Fayetteville's JBGB shutting down to remodel, enclose outdoor patio

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02 October, 2019 By Staff Report

The JBGB will soon be able to host concerts and games on its patio year-round.

The Uptown Fayetteville restaurant, bar, and live music venue is temporarily closing to remodel its facilities, according to a social media post on Monday.

The closure, beginning Oct. 1, will allow the addition of upgrades to the venue's concert and games area, including the construction of an enclosure around the facilities' outdoor section.

JJ's Brewing Company, whose brewery is housed at the JBGB, will continue brewing and providing beer to its JJ's Grill locations across the region, according to the post.

The JBGB, located at 3615 N. Steele Blvd., opened in May 2017.

 

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