Hops and Hollers closing its doors after 9 years
Knoxville beer garden Hops and Hollers will close its doors for the last time Sunday.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) - Knoxville beer garden Hops and Hollers will close its doors for the last time Sunday.
Hops and Hollers announced the closing on its Facebook page, saying “All good things must come to an end, and it is our time to say farewell.”
WVLT News spoke to owner Todd Wakefield, who said he appreciates the business for the relationships it helped him build.
“All the tributes and messages the last two days have been extremely special. Hops was created to be a great neighborhood bar, and the last two days have proved we were successful in creating that. Lots of great friends and memories were made in the last 9 years. We would have loved to see Hops continue with new ownership, but it wasn’t meant to be in the current location.
I am on to the next chapter focusing on my golf apparel company Inward Half, & raising a couple of boys. Very grateful for the last 9 years and all the memories.”
The business opened in 2014 and featured food trucks from across Knoxville.
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