Austin Icon Shady Grove Closes After Almost 30 Years

Shady Grove, the Zilker-nearby restaurant known for live music and strong margaritas, is for permanent closure after help today, following 28 years in Austin, as affirmed in a call to the restaurant. It’s indistinct what will happen to space at 1624 Barton Springs Road.

The owners of Tex-Mex chain Chuy’s, Mike Young and John Zapp, opened Shady Grove in 1992, serving Southwestern-tinged charges like green bean stew cheeseburgers, queso, tacos, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg.

It was maybe most popular for facilitating free unrecorded music each Thursday throughout the late spring.

Although there’s no explanation has been given for the conclusion, the zone’s soaring land esteem (the site was most as of late evaluated at $5 million) and the decreased business because of the coronavirus pandemic are likely causes.

Not at all like a large number of the other perpetual terminations because of the coronavirus pandemic, Shady Grove was serving takeout.

Barton Springs Road has seen a ton of turnovers as of late. Grill and bottling work restaurant Uncle Billy’s likewise shut down on a similar road in October, after 13 years in business. However, the brand is as yet delivering brew and canned beverages.

Irish bar Darcy’s Donkey closed in June a year ago following eight months in business — that spot is presently the second area of Ski Shores Cafe.