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Joymongers and That Place restaurant form partnership to better serve customers

The restaurant and tap room down the street from each other in West End say the new arrangement will benefit patrons with more parking and consistent food options.


Joymongers says the change will give patrons more food options on a daily basis.

Photo by WStoday

Two businesses in West End are teaming up to bring you a meal and beer. They both say it’s win-win situation.

Beginning Sunday, Oct. 1, That Place in the West End will serve as the kitchen and additional parking for Joymongers Barrel Hall. (The brewery recently built a patio that eliminated space for food trucks.)

Here’s how it will work:

  • Guests at Joymongers can place mobile orders for food from the taproom and pay directly on their phones.
  • That Place will send a text when food is ready to be picked up. Eventually, Joymongers tells WStoday they expect food to be delivered so patrons can stay put.
  • Bring your food back to Joymongers and enjoy it inside or out on the patio.
  • When it’s time to settle up, pay your bar tab at Joymongers.

You can still park at That Place and walk to Joymongers, even if you don’t plan to order food.