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Nevermind Tavern, a New Downtown Hang-Out

If you like beer, wine, hot dogs and games, you’ll love the new Nevermind Tavern (209 E. Meeker St.) in downtown Kent. This over-21 hang-out is open daily for lunch and dinner and offers specials every day of the week. Tuesday, for example, is Doggie Discount Day where you buy one dog and get the second one for $1 off. And while Wednesday is designated as game night, the tavern offers board games including trivia, Yahtzee, Scrabble, Monopoly, cribbage and more to enjoy any time.

I met briefly with Nancy, who also owns and manages the Milton Tavern, who says changes – including a new name – are in the works. Stay tuned for more details!

Hours:

Open daily at 11 a.m. for lunch

Weeknights until 10 p.m.

Friday – Saturday open until midnight.

Sunday – Noon to  9 p.m.

The tavern is located at 209 E. Meeker St., between Central and Railroad, right next to Blanc ‘n Schwartz, one of my favorite downtown salons!

 Update–April 17:  My friend Cynthia and I went to have a drink at Nevermind Tavern yesterday, and we really enjoyed our visit. We were both able to taste our respective drinks (beer for her, wine for me), before ordering, which was really nice. I hate ordering a glass of wine and realizing that I don’t like it. I tried the Big Brown Box Riesling. I am not a fan of boxed wines, but this one was very tasty — super sweet. We enjoyed talking with bartender Andrew and owners Chris and Nancy Guzek. The place had the feel of a neighborhood pub – friendly, casual, comfortable. A great place to go for a celebration or to just hang out with friends! I will definitely be going back.

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One Response to “Nevermind Tavern, a New Downtown Hang-Out”

  1. Cynthia says:

    It was a lot of fun and definitely great beer plus friendly people. I’ll go back with you anytime :) It feels like one of those places where Everyone Will Know Your Name…

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