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The wooden sign at Libbey Beach is gone.

Something with an industrial look has taken its place.

A Favorite Spot


The Story

More here: Local family takes over Custard King in Astoria

Family owned since 1892

We enjoyed our first visit at the funky Inferno Lounge. Nice music, great views and staff with personality. Good Stuff.

A nice spot to pull in.


Stopped in for a couple Rainier beers and good conversation with the owner. Visions of starting a new life in the area were discussed. This was our first time having a beer in Twisp. We enjoyed this spot. We will return.


We found a new spot in Seaside. Luann was our bartender. We were very happy with our visit on a day that was still nice enough to sit outside.

U Street Clam Dip- loved it:

See you next time.

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A nice blog about this location: Jack Kerouac Alley and its many surrounding pleasures

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“Fashions come and go but this place continues to do its own thing.”

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2801 Leavenworth Street
San Francisco


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dsc_0209 San Francisco

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dsc_0294 Since 1893



dsc_0065-copy Local history: Carr’s Hardware in Marysville to close after nearly 93 years

dsc_0070 Local history: “Oosterwyk’s Dutch Bakery in downtown Marysville has been family owned and run for 59 years.”