So long, Easy Street. Hello, F.W. Sullivan!

In perhaps the quickest turnover in restaurant-revamp history, Easy Street is now F.W. Sullivan’s Fan Bar and Grille.

In perhaps the quickest turnover in restaurant-revamping history, Easy Street is now F.W. Sullivan’s Fan Bar and Grille.

Easy Street ended its run on Halloween night, with F.W. Sullivan’s opening just yesterday in what they’re calling their “soft launch.”

Management is taking a theme approach with this new venture, as the restaurant’s specials and events will be based on where fictional character F.W. Sullivan is currently “adventuring” around the world. It should also be noted that F.W. Sullivan will soon have his own Facebook page. Stay tuned for that.

The decor also reflects this round-the-world adventure theme, with two giant maps hung on the wall, meant to track where Sullivan is. Meanwhile, a series of clocks are mounted on the wall, displaying different times around the world and labeled with their corresponding locations.

Right smack in the middle of these? A clock permanently set at 5pm and labeled with “Somewhere.”

In addition to all new woodwork in the space, F.W. Sullivan’s also managed to snag some furniture from Fan favorites like Sushi Ninja and The Border. The interior is slated to be completely finished by next week.

And for those of you that like to hang, plans for the backroom include darts, foosball, and Wii bowling.

Currently F.W. Sullivan’s is only open from 5pm to 2am for dinner and drinks, but they plan to launch lunch and brunch hours in the future.

There you have it. Head on over and let us know what you think!

F.W. Sullivan’s Bar and Grille
2401 W. Main Street
5pm to 2am

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Valerie Catrow

Valerie Catrow is managing editor of RVAFamily. When she’s not oversharing her parenting struggles and successes, you can find her raising a preschool-aged boy and watching 90s television shows.

7 comments on So long, Easy Street. Hello, F.W. Sullivan!

  1. Dave Runion on said:

    I have been going every Wednesday for nearly a year. It looks great! I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a nice place for drinks after work or for a place to sit around and talk!

  2. Jake Crocker on said:

    Correction, furniture from Sushi Ninja. Thanks Hunter!

  3. Correction made. Thank you!

  4. Liono on said:

    i never say “meh”, but… meh

  5. Former Employee on said:

    Don’t let the new name fool you. Jake Crocker and D. Hayden Fisher are still involved in this, and they are as crooked as Wayne Street ever was. The two of them owe almost all of their former employees money – some of whom they owe over $5,000.

    This is a crooked business with crooked owners and I expect more of the same from them. Don’t support this business if you want a clean conscience.

  6. D. Hayden Fisher on said:

    ….anonymous former employee trades in libel and slander and could not be further from the truth… it’s very disappointing to know that someone would post something so untrue

  7. Former Employee on said:

    That’s funny. If it is untrue how do you explain your debts owed to your former bar manager and chef? And your other former employees?

    Libel would indicate that the claim being made is a false one, but you already knew that, being a lawyer and all.

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