The Cage bar in Lewiston, which closed in January 2023, has been bought by new owners who were old regulars, according to the Sun Journal.

Kevin Barrett and Steve Beaulieu purchased the legendary bar from its former owners Denis Webber and Randy Collins, the news station reported. It took a few weeks to obtain all of the necessary permits and licenses, and now the spot is officially under new management.

The Cage also posted on Facebook that they were re-opening theirn doors on March 9.

That said, the Facebook page also revealed that a grand reopening would be happening on March 25.

The Bar highlighted live music with Whiskey Dan Band, happy hour specials, giveaways and more for the grand reopening.

The new owners have a very sentimental attachment to this historic spot, and I am sure the future of The Cage is going to be something awesome!

The owners look to expand, and make positive changes for the employees and patrons, according to the Sun Journal.

Steve Beaulieu even posted on The Cage's Facebook page in the comments: "Looking forward to keeping the Cage The Cage! We are making a few minor improvements but all for the better and hoping everyone’s expectations are met on their next visit…Stay tuned!"

People on Facebook seemed to be happy for The Cage's return as there were multiple comments on posts mentioning their excitement.

Comments like "Great News," "Let's Rock," and "Woot Woot" were among others like these few listed below.

"This is an iconic neighborhood bar and social meeting place and awesome bands have there"

"I'm so happy to know the iconic Cage will live on. Love it!"

"Congratulations. Can't wait to join you guys in a pint."

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