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New downtown business will open Saturday

Friday, March 30, 2012

Matthew Jepsen is bringing a piece of Monett history back to life with the opening of his newly renovated 4th Street Pub. Many of the fixtures in the business are the same used when the business was called Gary's One More. The early opening hours are to cater to the third-shift work force in the Monett area. Private parking is available.
A familiar Monett landmark will soon be open for business with the opening of the 4th Street Pub on March 31.

Owner Matthew Jepsen said renovations to the business, formerly Gary's One More, are nearly complete.

"We will have darts, pool tables, a juke box, and three televisions," Jepsen said. "There will be a full bar and bottled beer available."

Jepsen said patrons may purchase a VIP cards for $30 per year, which will allow them to enjoy adult beverages at happy hour prices whenever they walk in. Patrons may also purchase Pub Cards at a cost of $15, which will allow them to enjoy five drinks of any kind.

"We hope to have catered lunch buffets from area restaurants," Jepsen said. "We will also offer bar snacks."

Much of the decor is comprised of original fixtures from Gary's One More.

"There is a lot of history in this bar," Jepsen said. "Everyone who was here when Gary owned it says it was friendly, no fighting, just a laid back kind of place. They are anxious for us to open for business."

The bar will be open seven days a week. Hours of operation will be from 6 a.m. until 1:30 a.m. Monday through Saturday and 9 a.m. until midnight on Sunday.

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It will never be the same! !

-- Posted by hrsegal on Mon, Apr 2, 2012, at 9:45 PM

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