(Updated at 4:35 p.m.) A new nightclub and bar has taken over space formerly occupied by Outback Steakhouse in Herndon.
Ibiza Nightclub Bar & Grill opened on July 7 at 150 Elden Street. The business is the brainchild of two Honduran brothers Jimmy and Yonis Matute, who are seeking to reinvigorate the nightclub scene in the area.
Elena Beleniuc, a spokesperson for the business, told FFXnow that they wanted to create an elegant place for locals to “decompress.”
“Since we got here we always worked in the restaurant and nightlife industry and wanted to revolutionize the industry,” Beleniuc said. “We started our first business in West Virginia and it was a success. We brought the community together there and decided to do the same with our hometown, Herndon. We are young, full of life and ready to work hard and contribute the local economy.”
The location includes happy hour plates and drinks, a private event space and entertainment.
The business is closed on Mondays and open on Tuesday through Thursday from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. and on Friday and Saturday from 5 p.m. to 3 a.m. The business closes on Sunday at 2 a.m., but the opening time is not confirmed yet. The owners hope to offer brunch, a company spokesperson told FFXnow.
(Correction: Ibiza told FFXnow that the operating hours posted to its website were inaccurate. The correct hours and restaurant name are now shown.)
Outback Steakhouse relocated down the road to 365 Elden Street last year.
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