Crossroads Southern Kitchen Is Closing this July



The Strip will lose one of its food vendors at the end of the month with the closing of Crossroads Southern Kitchen.

Opened by pals Drew Morros and Roberta Marques in 2014, Crossroads became popular for its casual take on Southern bar food available until the wee hours of the morning. Fans of the smoked mozzarella mac, giant chicken sandwiches and vegan offerings will want to stop by the kitchen window next to Faust Tavern before the end of the month.

The shop owners announced the closing on Facebook early Tuesday afternoon.

517 E. Woodlawn Ave.

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