The restaurant closed permanently in June due to staffing issues. Now they are open from Wednesday to Sunday!
GREENSBORO, NC – Rody’s Tavern in Greensboro is back in business and ready to serve the Triad!
The restaurant published on Facebook that they are open under new ownership with limited hours from Wednesday to Sunday.
Not to mention that the recipes are always the same and many of the same people will be working on them.
Steve and Barbara Rodermond sold Rody’s and released the following statement in August.
“We would like to thank each of our guests, employees, vendors and friends for all of your support, help and friendship over the past 7 1/2 years. It has been our pleasure to play such a great role in our community, and It was so nice getting to know each and every one of you! Please come and support the new owners of Rody’s Tavern. They are planning to open very soon! Almost all of our staff are back, and our delicious cuisine and menu will remain the same.”
In June, Rody’s Tavern said it had closed its doors permanently. A day before the announcement, Rody’s posted on Facebook that it was closed “due to a lack of staff”. The next day, the restaurant posted a longer message, thanking its customers over the years.
“We will miss you! We hope to see you again very soon. Maybe across the bar,” Rody said. said in his post.
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