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Durham restaurant, brewery closing its doors

Posted March 21, 2016

G2B Gastropub in Durham will open a nano brewery this fall. This image shows a late night brew session at the eatery. (Image from Facebook)

— After nearly five years of business, G2B Restaurant and Brewery will be closing its doors.

Despite its innovative menu and nano-brewery, the restaurant was never able to attract a large enough clientele, partially due to its location. At 3211 Shannon Road, the restaurant was hidden in a business complex. The location has been home to other short-lived restaurants, including Starlu.

“It is a sad time for all of us and our guests who have named this place home, but we are confident we will continue to do what we love and feed our community going forward," chef Travis Robinson said.

In a statement, Robinson, general manager Katie Beverley and sous chef Bill Harrison thanked the community. "G2B was a place where we were able to be creative with our food and beer selections, exploring new ideas and putting twists on classic ideas. To all of our guests who became family to the restaurant staff, we just want to say, Thank You."

G2B's last day of business is April 2. 

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  • Dean Morron Mar 21, 2016
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    With 16-18 dollars for 22 oz. beers and no pricing on their online menu I don't see how they made it to the 5 year mark