Black Cat Craft Beer Bar Opens At 325 Brainerd Road

Thursday, August 20, 2020

Elise Armstrong was approved by the City Beer Board for a beer license at Black Cat, 325 Brainerd Road.

It will be a craft beer bar intended for the immediate neighborhood. She described the bar as being “very small and casual, a place for people to get out of the house and meet friends, not especially to party.”

There will be the potential to have live entertainment, and art shows but either will be small because the space has the fire occupancy of only 49, Ms. Armstrong said. 


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