St. Louis restaurant Tigin Irish Pub closes

“We have seen a lot as a family and COVID has taught us that you never know what the future will bring.”

ST. LOUIS – After the Tigin Irish Pub in downtown St. Louis was temporarily closed, it will not reopen.

The restaurant at 333 Washington Ave. on the ground floor of the Hampton Inn parking garage announced in a March 25 website post posted on Facebook that it would be closed on March 19, 2020 due to the pandemic: “We thought this closure was relative.” temporarily, at first for a few weeks, then for a few months. “Tigin is owned by Libby Baer and Kieran McGill.

“It’s a full year now. We believe that downtown St. Louis will eventually recover from the pandemic, and if it does, we’d like to continue being a part of it. For now, however, we have made the decision.” to close the pandemic. ” the pub indefinitely. “

The post said that the restaurant opened on December 7th, 2007 and that “we will always keep the memories of our time in the pub and the people who made them in a very special place”.

“As a family, we’ve been through a lot and COVID has taught us that you never know what the future will bring,” it continued.

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