Czar Ice Bar, Prohibition and other Andrews Entertainment Complex bars, restaurants closing at end of year

The management at Andrews Entertainment Complex in Buckhead announced yesterday that the development would be closing its doors Dec. 31 after 13 years. That news means that eight bars, clubs and restaurants will also be closing, including East Andrews, Stout Irish Sports Pub , Cellar 56 , Czar Ice Bar , Stillhouse Craft Burgers & Moonshine , Burn Social Club which opened just a few months ago, Prohibition , and Sal’s Pizzeria. The Atlanta Improv Comedy Club & Dinner Theatre will also close by the end of the year.

A message to patrons was posted on the Facebook page of each spot yesterday:

“After 13 years in Buckhead, Andrews Entertainment District will be closing after its New Year’s Eve party .  

We are grateful for the many years of patronage. Please come by in the days to come, and say goodbye to a Buckhead institution. The Atlanta Improv Comedy Club & Dinner Theatre, has a stellar closing line up: Steve-O, Norm Macdonald, Bryan Callen, George Wallace, and T.J. Miller who will be performing our New Year’s Eve show. The rest of the venues will be having specials and tastings. Our future is bright, and we will have many new announcements in the coming weeks and months ahead,” said Andrews Entertainment District President Steve de Haan.

Our deepest gratitude for the many years of joyous memories, laughs, celebrations, and friendships!

The Team at Andrews Entertainment District"

The current land owners Edens bought out the Andrews Entertainment District leases, AJC reporter Rodney Ho reports. What the Columbia, S.C.-based real estate developers plan to do with the properties is unclear. Edens publicist Shari Misher has not returned calls.

There's no word on if or when any of the restaurants or bars will relocate. Return for updates.

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