INDIANAPOLIS man Hal Yeagy Jr The owner of “Indiana’s oldest bar,” the Slippery Noodle Inn, has died, according to the bar’s Facebook page
INDIANAPOLIS– Hal Yeagy Jr The owner of a midtown Indianapolis bar, the Slippery Noodle Inn, has actually passed away, according to Fox59.
“The Head Noodle will be missed out on by all as well as we wish you join us in commemorating the legacy he leaves. On behalf of the blues neighborhood, years of patrons and staff, his friends as well as his family members we say thanks to Hal for the songs and also many memories,” the Facebook message stated.
Slippery Noodle opened in 1850 as the Tremont House and also is Indiana’s earliest, continuously operated bar in the original building.
According to the bench’s website, Harold and Lorean Yeagy, Hal’s moms and dads, got the bar in 1963 as well as relabelled it the Slippery Noodle Inn.
Hal Yeagy Jr took control of the bar in 1985 after his papa passed away.
“In his honor, consume a cool Budweiser as well as consider a donation to any of his favored charities, the American Cancer Culture or the Indiana School for the Blind and also Aesthetically Damaged. We’ll keep the songs playing for him,” the Facebook article wrapped up.
Slippery Noodle located at 372 S. Meridian St.