The cache bar is a newly renovated 1940's art deco building with a modern open-air concept with 2 outdoor dining patios located in logan's historic downtown.
we feature local craft beer, employee inspired cocktails that always have fresh ingredients, and a food menu that focuses on local ingredients.
mark and janice lunt, the owners and operators, work together to ensure logan has the nightlife that was sorely missing for several years.
mark developed a passion for opening a new venue in downtown and the former Gia's Restaurant was the perfect spot. with a ton of work and a bit of luck, The cache bar got the first new bar license in logan in over 30 years!
janice completed the design and mark put on his toolbelt and oversaw the renovation. This included new bathrooms, updated kitchen, dropping the ceiling, and removing several walls to create a modern open space.
They were able to re-purpose most of the old lumber to build all the tables, the stage, and the 40 foot long bar.
after all that work, they were able to convert the old brick building into a "utilitarian chic" design that won the downtown alliance renovation of the year award!
The lunt's would like to say a special thank you to the people who helped bring the cache bar to the community:
Mark lusk, jack lunt, aaron hammer, allen hoffmann, erick popoca, taylor lawin, and devin allen.
janice created our award winning design and uses her green thumb, cabinet making, and renovation background to drive the look and feel of the cache bar.
mark was a mailman for 15 years in logan and it was during all those days "beating the streets" that he developed a love for logan and the people. although he sucks with names and faces, he is friends with everyone. whatever he is up to is always a wild ride, below are just a few of his adhd fueled greatest hits:
- spear headed the boulevard trail that connects downtown to usu, first dam, logan canyon, green canyon, and the mount naomi wilderness
- saved the island market. when the roof was failing and logan's last little corner market was feared to close, mark rallied some local investors to help him buy, revive, and renovate the store.
- skied from logan to bozeman, mt in 8 years. starting where they ended the year before mark and some buddies skied north through numerous mountain ranges including those in the teton and yellowstone national parks.
- put a ring on janice's finger and is dad to 3 awesome kids that still mostly like him
- got "picture of the day" at beaver mountain annual big air day.
- endured the gauntlet that was required to obtain the first new bar license in logan in over 30 years.
- stay tuned...theres always more to come!