The music venue and restaurant, which dubbed itself “Southern food with an attitude,” was on CityPlace’s second level, next to the Muvico Parisian 20 movie theater.
The company’s website said the restaurant “will be temporarily closed for renovation.”
No further information was available.
The space might reopen, but if and when it does, word is it won’t be Lafayette’s Music Room anymore.
A source said the restaurant and music space has new owners. The venue reportedly will open with a different concept, including a new menu, in a few weeks.
Tommy Peters, Lafayette’s president, was unavailable for comment at presstime.
A spokeswoman for CityPlace said the center had no comment right now.
Lafayette’s opened last fall in the space formerly occupied by B.B. King’s Blues Club.
When the space was B.B. King’s, the venue played blues and jazz. But B.B. King’s closed in 2014, after five years into a 10-year lease.
As Layfayette’s, the music was more varied, and featured rock as well as country music.
Last June, Peters said his goal was to make Lafayette’s “the finest intimate music room in Palm Beach County.”
A quick redo of the old B.B. King’s was intended. But design problems and other missteps delayed the opening for a year.
The original Lafayette’s Music Room in Memphis operated in the 1970s but had been closed for many years until Peters brought it back to life. A sister location is open in Orlando, too.
Stay tuned for further updates.