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Mayor welcomes New England’s first dog bar to Everett

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  Mayor Carlo DeMaria, alongside First Lady Stacy and their dogs, Hugo and Ruby, were pleased to welcome Park-9 Dog Bar to Everett.

  Located at 48 Waters Ave. #1, Everett is now home to New England’s first “dog bar.” Founders Emily Gusse, Tess Kohanski and Chris Kohanski created a “dog-friendly” space and environment by combining a dog park and bar dedicated to the comfort and enjoyment of both dogs and humans. Conveniently located along the Northern Strand Community Trail, dog-lovers taking their best friend(s) for a walk can stop inside for a drink and some delicious food. Your dog(s) will be able to socialize with other dogs and have plenty of fun in the spectacular play area, which features indoor and outdoor spaces.

  “Now that the weather is getting warmer, I suggest everyone consider taking their dogs for a walk on our bike trail and stopping inside for a drink and a good time for both dogs and humans alike,” said Mayor DeMaria. “It was a pleasure to join Park-9 at their “leash-cutting” ceremony, and I wish them the best of luck.”

  If you’d like to stop by, their hours are as follows: Monday–Friday: 5 p.m.–10 p.m.; Saturday: 9 a.m.–10 p.m.; Sunday: 9 a.m.–9 p.m. For more information, please visit www.park9dogbar.com.

Mayor Carlo DeMaria (left) presented a City of Everett citation to Park-9 Dog Bar founders Tess Kohanski, Emily Gusse and Chris Kohanski.
Park-9 Dog Bar
The outdoor area for dogs to have fun in
City Councillors Stephanie Martins (far left) and Al Lattanzi (second from left) presented Park-9 Dog Bar and owner Tess Kohanski a citation on behalf of the Everett City Council.
One of the bars at Park-9 Dog Bar
The inside of Park-9 Dog Bar
Mayor Carlo DeMaria “cut the leash” to welcome Park-9 Dog Bar to Everett. (Photo courtesy of Park-9 Dog Bar)

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