From Cleveland Magazine (December 2008):
It's hard not to fit in here, among suits
and ratty t-shirts; $6.50 Oaked Arrogant Bastard Ale and $2 Blatz; Hank Williams and the Black Keys on the jukebox; walls
adorned with a Betty Page pinup, skateboards and pithy pins ("It's hard to be humble when you're from Painesville"). Order:
Carling Black Label in a can. 40 N. State St., Painesville, (440) 352-1429, nemethslounge.tripod.com"
deepest regret we must inform you that Blatz in bottles is no longer available to us. It seems to only have been available
in the winter, spring & early summer of 2008. Our distributor no longer carries it and we can no longer find it. To Blatz
in bottles, our condolences, you will be missed.
Monday & Tuesday: 2pm - 1:30am
Wednesday & Thursday: 2pm - 1:30am
Friday & Saturday: 11am - 2:30am
of Imports and Domestic beers, ales & cider:
Schlitz, Black Label, Amstel Light, Anchor Porter, Anchor Steam Beer,
Ballantine Ale, Bass, Beck's Dark, Birra Moretti, Blue Moon, Bud Light, Budweiser, Corona Extra, Duvel, Great Lakes Burning
River, Great Lakes Commodore Perry, Great Lakes Dortmunder Gold, Great Lakes Edmund Fitzgerald, Great Lakes Eliot Ness, Great
Lakes Oktoberfest, Guinness Draught (black can), Guinness Extra Stout, Harp, Heieken, Heieken Light, Hoegaarden, Labatt Blue,
Leinenkugel's Berry Weis, Leinenkugel's Sunset Wheat, McEwan's Scotch Ale, Michelobe Light, Michelobe Ultra, Michelobe Ultra
Amber, Mike's Hard Lemonade, Miller Genuine Draft Light, Miller High Life, Miller Lite, Molson Canadian, Natural Light, Newcastle
Brown, Pabst, Pinkers Organic Wheat, Red Stripe, Redbridge (gluton free), Rogue Dead Guy Ale, Rolling Rock, Samuel Smith's
Nut Brown Ale, Samuel Smith's Oatmeal Stout, Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, Stella Artois, Straub, Strohs, Well's Banana Bread
Beer, Westmalle Trappist Ale, Woodchuck Amber Cider, Woodchuck Raspberry Cider
Voted Best Noncommercial Jukebox by The Cleveland Scene
From the Cleveland Scene:
"Most bar owners stock their joints with music they know the customers want to hear.
Not so with John Nemeth, who personally loads the box with music he loves. "Good music is good music," he says. Steering
clear of the Top 40 route, Nemeth's juke features a variety of artists you won't find in other bars. Punk bands such as Primus,
Ween, the Pixies, and Orange Goblin dominate the selection, but old standards are also available, including Neil Young, James
Brown, Johnny Cash, and John Coltrane. The mix of obscure and classic tunes packs in fans of diverse backgrounds, from skaters
to jazz aficionados. Visit Nemeth's Lounge, and you'll finally go a whole night without hearing "Sweet Caroline.""