Creating the Valley: Ales on 6th to carry comprehensive beer, enjoyment possibilities to Tarentum

A new bar and grill is set to open up this spring alongside East Sixth Avenue in Tarentum.

Ales on 6th, housed on the floor degree of the Tarentum Lodge, is the enterprise of five cousins with ties to the Alle-Kiski Valley.

“We want to bring one thing enjoyment and new to town,” said Joe Albaugh, a Harrison native and former Brackenridge law enforcement officer, who is one particular of the proprietors.

“We prepare to have a little something going on all the time, from trivia to karaoke to dart tournaments. We welcome families and assume it will be a excellent atmosphere for all people.”

The other co-homeowners are Michael Albaugh, Luke Thimons, Anthony Monico and Nick Thimons.

With a whopping 24 beers on tap, the bar also is hoping to attract consumers for its homestyle food items, Albaugh mentioned. The menu will include wings, burgers, pizza and hoagies.

Typical manager Leisha Reid, a Highlands alum who lives in Freeport, is scheduled to attend a meals display in early April to decide on special specialties.

An outdoor patio will increase seating place when the weather cooperates. In all, the bar has room for up to 150 people.

Reid explained the bar will provide as several as 15 employment, together with wait staff members, cooks and dishwashers.

She programs to have a rotating events list that consists of dwell bands, a DJ, pool contests and additional.

“We want it to be entertaining,” Reid said, “not just a ordinary, basic bar.”

Albaugh, who also will work as a actual estate agent, wasn’t hunting to swap professions but did not want to overlook the prospect to do the job with spouse and children.

“We were being at a birthday occasion, sitting close to the fireplace and talking about how amazing it would be to obtain a nearby put,” mentioned Albaugh, a 2012 graduate of St. Joseph Large Faculty in Harrison. “We made the decision to all place our income jointly and do it.”

The undertaking has been “tons of work,” Albaugh said. Even far more than he envisioned.

The proprietors decided to renovate the place wholly, reworking it into a modern-day, open room with epoxy bar tops and a geometric design on the partitions.

There are hanging pendant lights and major-screen TVs at the rear of the bar, along with two pool tables, two dart boards and five digital lottery competencies devices.

Hrs are tentatively 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Tuesdays by way of Sundays.

Albaugh said a late-night time kitchen will present fried appetizers and other specials via 1 a.m.

“I’m fired up about a new working experience,” Albaugh explained.

He expects to open up in early May well.

“We are seeking to usually give a very good time,” Reid stated. “There will usually be a little something heading on.”

Tawnya Panizzi is a Tribune-Evaluate team author. You can contact Tawnya at 724-226-7726, [email protected] or through Twitter .

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