Philosophers Stone closes in Elizabeth
The Philosophers Stone Tavern in the Elizabeth neighborhood has closed. A note taped to the restaurant’s door at 1958 E. Seventh St. shared the news with customers.
Owners Chris and Josh Settle couldn’t be reached for comment. The brothers opened the Philosophers Stone in 2005. The restaurant, tavern and live-music venue built a loyal following over the years. The closing comes just days after the CBJ reported Faison Enterprises is exploring the development of that 1.5-acre site at the corner of East Seventh Street and Caswell Road. The site could become the home of 160-unit apartment complex with ground-floor retail space.
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