If you’re looking for a local “neighborhood bar” look no further. Goody’s Tavern offer’s an extensive choice of spirits, wines and beers all served in a welcoming and friendly atmosphere. With daily Happy Hour until 7pm and a vast variety of nightly entertainment.
At Goody’s Tavern your experience is extremely important to us. We take pride in employing staff that are friendly, knowledgable and will ensure your experience at Goody’s Tavern is no less than exceptional. Click here and get to know our amazing team!
Goody's by Day
Goody’s Tavern is a great place to relax, hang out with your friends and watch your favorite sports games on one of our six 60” TV’s. Challenge your friends to a game of darts, Golden Tee or a game of pool on one of our two regulation size pool tables. Come football season there is no better place to watch your team play. Drink specials, free raffles and complimentary food a few reason why you don’t want to miss football Sundays at Goody’s.
Goody's by Night
Goody’s Tavern offers a vast variety of nightly entertainment. Wether you want to sing your heart out on a Tuesday Karaoke night, dust off your boots and dance on our new Country Wednesday's or come watch one of our entertaining live bands Friday & Saturday nights, Goody’s has you something for you! CLICK HERE to see our events calendar.
The historic building that is now home to Goody’s Tavern was built almost ninety years ago. Originally established in 1929 as “Woody’s Whitehouse”, a diner named after the owner Woody Farnsworth. Sometime around 1957 Woody sold the business to Gladys Woodcase, who in order to save costs on replacing the whole sign simply changed the “W” to a “G” and the name Goody’s has been around ever since. Goody’s Tavern has changed ownership a few times over the years since Gladys bought the place. In 2007 Steve and Jennifer Davis purchased the business. Over the last decade they have worked hard to bring an up-to-date atmosphere at Goody’s with a new fresh look, higher standards for customer services and assuring your time at Goody’s is a memorable one.
These Moorish/Spanish style arches you see in this photo of Woody’s white house still exist today behind the brick facade that is currently there