Lind tavern one of the oldest in the state
Last updated 11/17/2021 at 1:24pm
LIND – Slim’s Tavern may be one of the 10 oldest bars in the state, operating under one name in one building.
According to research by Peter Andrijeski of Seattle, original owner Slim Nichols opened the establishment at 101 N. I St. in 1912.
The bar was purchased by the only other owner, Floyd “Skip” Thompson, from the Nichols family in 1975.
Perhaps the most famous of the 10 oldest is The Brick, opened in 1898 in the town of Roslyn.
The Brick served as a backdrop for many scenes in the TV series “Northern Exposure,” which aired on CBS from 1990-95.
But Slim’s had its...