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The Trap Room, a 1,200-square-foot bar, is expected to open at north downtown's Saddle Creek Records complex at 14th and Webster Streets “as soon as possible,” Robb Nansel, the building's co-owner, said.
Nansel and Jason Kulbel, who own and operate the Slowdown rock club and bar at 729 N. 14th St., will also own and operate the Trap Room, Nansel said.
The new bar at 733 N. 14th St., would also offer 500 square feet of outdoor seating.
The Trap Room, which is awaiting approval of a license to serve beer, wine and liquor, would occupy a portion of the space left vacant by the closure of the American Apparel store. The apparel store, which opened in fall 2008, closed earlier this year.
The City Council is expected to review the liquor application today.
Nansel said he would offer more details about the new establishement later this month.
The Saddle Creek Records complex also houses Blue Line Coffee and Urban Outfitters.