Indegauwegeit is a cozy and welcoming establishment located in Joncheerelaan. We offer a wide selection of refreshing beers, wines, cocktails, and non-alcoholic beverages, as well as a variety of satisfying experience. Whether you're in the mood for a hearty drinker or a light one, we've got something for everyone. Our team is dedicated to providing the best in service and quality. We use only the freshest ingredients in our cocktails and strive to create an atmosphere that is warm and inviting. We hope that Cafe will become your go-to spot for good drinks, and good company.
At Indegauwegeit, we believe that the atmosphere is just as important as the quality of our drinks. That's why we've created a space that is warm, welcoming, and inviting for all of our guests. From the moment you step through our doors, you'll feel right at home. Our cozy and comfortable seating, coupled with our friendly and attentive staff, make Cafe Bar the perfect place to relax and unwind with friends and loved ones. Whether you're in the mood for a casual or a lively night out, you'll find a welcoming atmosphere at Indegauwegeit.
So come on by and experience the warmth and friendliness of Indegauwegeit Cafe for yourself!
In the Gauwe Goat is located in a building on the Joncheerelaan that was built in 1899 by the de Ruiter family. Mr. de Ruiter was a constable/police officer in Nijverdal. In the 1920s-1930s, Huib Roelofs, who married a daughter of the de Ruiter family, opened a cafe in the building. In 1961, the cafe was taken over by Mrs. Jo Geerling Roelofs, daughter of Mr. Roelofs. The cafe did not have an official name, but it was commonly known as Roelofs. In 1986, Jan Kuiper took over the building and renovated the cafe, changing its layout and name to 't Kuipertje. In 1989, Pieter van Gol rented the cafe and changed its name to 't Buitenbeentje. In 1991, the building was sold to Mrs. Raffe, who is still the owner. That same year, Evert van Dijk became the new tenant and renamed the cafe "In de Gauwe Geit", a name invented by customers meaning "have a drink in a hurry." Ellen Schans took over the cafe in 1992, followed by Jelle Eerdmans in 1996. In 2004, Jelle Eerdmans left and the cafe closed for four months until it was taken over by Gert de Jong in 2005. Gert de Jong was previously a teacher in Okkenbroek and ran the village hall there in addition to working at the cafe. He left the village hall in 2013 and has been running In de Gauwe Geit ever since.