Lavergne’s Tavern recently cut the ribbon at its brand new location, 6546 W. Windsor Avenue in Berwyn, the former site of Garv’s Inn. The tavern will feature a seasonal selection of craft beer, housemade cocktails and a creative dining menu, according to a press release from the Berwyn Development Corporation (BDC).
Led by Executive Chef Mark Downing, the tavern’s kitchen has created a menu that is accessible but elevated. Items are priced from $6-$9 for shareable appetizers to entrees at around $14-$16. Eclectic menu items include an Italian Beef Egg Roll, Cajun Scallops and Ramen, according to the press release.
“We have a great team with us and couldn’t be happier to be a part of this community,” said Lavergne’s Tavern Co-Owner Jerry Hernandez.
Lavergne’s offers 20 local and craft beers on tap, six to eight carefully selected wines and a curated and fresh ingredient rooted cocktail list. Their beer menu is updated regularly and they are committed to serving great beer that compliments their food, according to the press release.
Co-Owner Jorge Hernandez commented, “The quality of the beer and the food are very important to us. We’re beer people.”
Mayor Robert J. Lovero commented, “It’s a great building that you’ve made even better and provides a unique addition to this corner. Welcome to Berwyn and hats off to the Berwyn Development Corporation for continuing to bring these types of businesses to our community.” 2nd Ward Alderman Jeff Boyajian continued, “I want to welcome you to the City of Berwyn and to the 2nd Ward. I’m always available and willing to help when I can.”