The Beacon Pub may be gone, but there is a new source for adult beverages on the Hill. The Station coffeehouse has recently moved beyond typical coffeehouse fare, and tonight from 7 to 11 p.m. is the opening night celebration of their new wine and beer bar. Owner Luis reports that they’ll be serving wine, beer, mimosas, sangria, desserts, and light fare. The Station is located at 2533 16th Ave. S., across from El Centro de la Raza and just north of Beacon Hill Station.
[Some quickies of varied age and interest. –Ed]
Who’s got the worst storm drain in the city? We do! — Seattle P-I’s Big Blog
Chow Bio of The Station’s Luis Rodriguez in The Stranger.
Inay’s gets a visit from a Seattle Times reviewer.
Former Beaconian Roger Valdez revisits and discusses transit-oriented development and tunnels in the Daily Journal of Commerce.
Blue Scholars ‘mature’ with a show at The Paramount this Wednesday — Matson on Music in The Seattle Times