Lynnwood Tavern - it was an icon in i...

Lynnwood Tavern - it was an icon in it's day

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suzy s

Poplar Bluff, MO

#1 Jan 22, 2010
I would love to talk with people that frequented the Lynnwood Tavern in the late sixties and early seventies. I worked for Marco Courounes first and then I managed for Ileen Fitzjarold.

I live out of state and think the tavern has been demolished for near on thirty years. I have a lot of fond memories of my days there and of the many wonderful and generous regulars that we had. SS
StarznHead

United States

#2 Jan 26, 2010
The Lynnwood Tavern ::sigh::

Between that place, the Casino Tavern, and Hewitt Avenue it is just fortunate that any of us made it this long!
Justin

Phoenix, AZ

#3 Sep 22, 2010
suzy s wrote:
I would love to talk with people that frequented the Lynnwood Tavern in the late sixties and early seventies. I worked for Marco Courounes first and then I managed for Ileen Fitzjarold.
I live out of state and think the tavern has been demolished for near on thirty years. I have a lot of fond memories of my days there and of the many wonderful and generous regulars that we had. SS
My parents met at the Lynwood Tavern in the lat 60's. I was born in 69. Smiley is my dads last name.
Bryan Smith

Renton, WA

#4 Feb 6, 2011
I didn't frequent the Tavern, being 5 or 6 at the time, but I remember you, Suzy, as well as Ileen and "uncle" Marco ... You worked with my mother, Maribeth. I remember being in there while it was closed for a meeting and seeing a video game for the first time -- Pong. The building was taken down in the mid or late 80s.

Cheers.
Frank

Lynnwood, WA

#5 Mar 6, 2013
I moved to Seattle in 1980 (still live here)
always had a blast at the LT. Other places at the time were Astor Park (under the monorail) and the Aquarius/Parkers.

Rock on
Rockntimes

Seattle, WA

#6 Jan 25, 2014
Had tons of fun at the old LT in the mid to late 70's. Last time I was there was in 1980. They tore it down shortly after.A group of us would go to Asia [easy] Gardens then on to the LT. Danced till it closed.Joey and Don the house band at the time. My friends and I also wonder how we survived those days. Way too much fun.
Marty

Saint Petersburg, FL

#7 Jul 1, 2015
I was a frequent patron of the Lynwood Tavern from late 1964 to mid 1966, and met a wonderful
person there. Her name was Shanley Hanson, and we use to have some wonderful times dancing the night away. I was assigned to Paine Field AFB at the time prior to being reassigned
to Alaska. I have often thought of my time there and what happened to the place. Sorry to hear it
was torn down, what a shame. I have often wondered what happened to Shanley also. Boy would I love to see her again!

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