Nevermind Tavern ready to open in Kent. Come as you are

Downtown Kent is about to get a new, good beer bar. Actually, this might be a first. Nevermind Tavern is about to open its doors on Meeker Street and welcome the thirsty hordes of Kentonians long clamoring for a place to drink good beer.

This Friday (April 28th) at 6:00 p.m., Nevermind Tavern will celebrate its Grand Opening with the help of some local breweries. At the soiree, expect to see representatives from Sound Brewery, Foggy Noggin Brewing, Airways Brewing, Two Beers Brewing, Roslyn Brewing, and Snipes Mountain Brewing.

Good Beer and Good Dogs

If the name itself isn’t obvious enough, consider the logo. The name Nevermind Tavern is homage to Nirvana and the late-great Kurt Cobain. Nevermind Tavern aims to serve great beer paired with the best hotdogs in the area.

According to Trent Nichols, publican at Nevermind Tavern, “We’ll have seven rotating taps, with specialty beers in the bottle. We will have the best hot dogs in the area—Boar’s Head Brand: Chicagos, hot links, and veggie dogs. Nice music—mostly grunge, alternative and reggae. We also have four flat screen TVs, two of which will be used for playing old-school video games.”

Find Nevermind Tavern at:

Nevermind Tavern
209 E. Meeker Street
Kent, WA 98032

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  1. we arent trying to take anything away from the red hot, they did it first, they do it best, we are simply trying to provide the best beers the northwest has to offer, and great hot dogs somewhere other than seattle or tacoma… we carry a “no crap on tap” slogan, vintage video games, xbox ‘s available to system link if you would like. Hope you get to check it out

  2. Kendall: thank you again for coming out, we apprecaite your support. Our full menu of dog’s will be available next time youre there.

    Barleywinefiend: We have our own dogs on our menu. You might like them. Check them out when you get a chance.

    We sold through 3 kegs openeing weekend, and about half of the other 5 kegs, do the math A LOT of premium beer is flowing through Kent now, and we are doing growlers to go starting next week. With a little support we can keep good beer in Kent.

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