Pour Taproom in St. Petersburg is closed for good

The concept filed for bankruptcy.

click to enlarge Pour Taproom in St. Petersburg is closed for good
Photo via Pour/Instagram

COVID-19 has claimed yet another Tampa Bay bar. After nearly three years in business, Pour Taproom has shuttered for good. Pour was known for its self-serve beer and wine on tap, trivia, and a dog-friendly atmosphere—a must for casual St. Pete dining.

According to Tampa Bay Business Journal, the taproom in downtown St. Petersburg has filed for liquidation bankruptcy on September 14.

Both Pour’s website and phone line are no longer in use. The concept’s social media pages are still active, but they haven’t been posted to in months. 

Other bars and restaurants that simply couldn’t survive the pandemic and the ever-changing regulations include Room 901 and Four Stacks Brewing Co.

Local bars and restaurants need our help. If you’re not comfortable dining-in or swinging by bars (which have reopened at 50% capacity), grab takeout or pick up a four-pack curbside. Even though “back to normal” looks like it’s on the horizon, a lot of Tampa Bay concepts are hanging on by a thread.

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