Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Kent Fire Department transported him to Robinson Memorial Hospital
A construction worker escaped serious injury after falling from the patio roof under construction at Bar 145 downtown. Kent Fire Chief Dave Manthey said firefighters responded Friday to a report that a construction worker fell from the frame work for the patio roof at 1 p.m. "He was transported to Robinson Memorial Hospital for evaluation," Manthey said. Management for Bar 145 said the worker needed only a few stitches and was released from the hospital Friday.
Monday, March 18, 2013
Bar 145, located in the new AMETEK building on Erie Street, also will include an enclosed, outdoor patio.
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
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Saturday, January 19, 2013
VIP reception Thursday introduces new Kent bar to community
By the time you read this Bar 145 Kent should be open to the public. Downtown Kent's newest bar opened via a VIP reception held Thursday night. Read about the soft opening on KentWired here. Owner Jeremy Fitzgerald said previously he anticipated opening to the public this weekend. The new bar, located in the new AMETEK building on Erie Street, also will include an enclosed, outdoor patio. RELATED COVERAGE:
Wednesday, January 9, 2013
New downtown bar plans soft opening next week
Starting next week foodies will get the chance to try Bar 145, downtown Kent's newest gastropub, but it will be several more months before its outdoor patio is ready for business. Jeremy Fitzgerald, owner of Bar 145, told members of the Kent Architectural Review Board Tuesday afternoon they are planning a soft opening for the bar on East Erie Street as early as next week. "Hopefully it will be open to the public by the 18th or 19th," Fitzgerald said. The architecture board voted on plans presented by Fitzgerald to add an enclosed, outdoor patio to the the bar — much like Panini's in the new Davey Tree Building — which is located on the first floor, northeast corner of the AMETEK building. Members of the architecture board voted unanimously…