One of Downtown Huntsville's most popular bar, Amendment XXI, has a bench trial set for allegedly owing $10,000 in back rent and fees.
An eviction notice was filed on Dec. 7, 2017, against co-owners J. Breck Robinson and John A. Robinson III,
The bench trial is set for today (Friday) at 10 a.m.
That case against Robinson II is set for a bench trial on Sept. 4
Monday, the owners of the bar posted on their Facebook page announcing that they "will be moving on to the next adventure."
For eight years, Amendment XXI brought The Rocket City handcrafted cocktails and the first non-smoking bar in Downtown Huntsville. It was consistently ranked one of the Top Ten Best Bars in Alabama.
Amendment XXI will close its doors Saturday, June 30.
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