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By Odin’s beard: Kelowna viking feast hall is for sale

Munnin's Post has been listed for sale.
Image Credit: Royal LePage
March 05, 2020 - 2:26 PM

Nerds, heavy metal fans and board gamers may have to find somewhere else to hang out as Munnin’s Post has been listed for sale.

According to Royal LePage, The Post, located at 575 Bernard Ave., has been listed for $55,000.

The Viking bar was known for its metal shows, mead and board games. Munnin, in Norse mythology, is the name of one of Odin’s ravens, which flies around the world and brings him news.

Those who have been inside the The Post know that helmets, swords and other Viking tools adorn the walls and shelves. Long wooden tables stretch down the room. The menu is filled with Norse-themed names like Asgardian Oasis and Thor's Strike.

Leagh and Siobhan Jennings-Bates, the owners of Muninn's Post, didn't feel there was a bar in Kelowna that felt like a home away from home. When they came into a bit of money, they decided to take a shot at owning a bar, they said in a previous interview with iNFOnews. They took over the lease for the property in October, 2014.

“As a music destination, Muninn’s excels (at) hosting some of the best heavy metal concerts in town along with a busy jazz session at least once a month. With the provision of onsite sound engineering, lighting and logistics, Muninn’s has become a favourite place for music fans. Muninn's provides a lengthy history and a strong future for the right owner,” according to the real estate listing.

The owners did not immediately reply to a request for comment.


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