Show your support for Charlestown Cafe

March 5, 2007 at 6:29 pm | In Charlestown Cafe, Development, West Seattle restaurants | 3 Comments

Mark Wainwright reports on the Our Town West Seattle group that he and the folks who run the endangered Charlestown Cafe have agreed on a time and date for a community meeting: 7 pm March 28, at CC. They’re hoping for a big show of support; mark your calendar now!


  1. General filth, bad service, high prices and Denny’s quality food……..let it die

    Comment by Rubs — 10:11 pm March 20, 2007 #

  2. Why are all of you on here so against Petco going in there? If it wasn’t going to be a Petco then it would be some other retailer. What this boils down to is that the owner/developer of the land that the cafe is on is being greedy and wants more money for this. The owner of the Cafe did not want to/ could not pay what they were asking so they went elsewhere. This is where Petco comes in. If the building is being built then why not go for it? I do not see the point in showing support for a Cafe that does not have good food, and it is the owner of the cafe that made the choice to not pay so he lost the land lease.

    Comment by Frank — 7:49 pm March 21, 2007 #

  3. A couple of years ago, we lost the Admiral Way Cafe to Bank of America, and now we’re losing what I consider one of West Seattle’s best restaurants. I don’t relish the thought of having to go to the Junction for my weekend breakfast outing.
    Award-winning chowder, and that Corned Beef Benedict will be sorely missed. It’s not too often that a restaurant on the West Coast gets awards for their chowder in competitions at Newport, Rhode Island.

    Comment by Gunnar — 9:03 am March 22, 2007 #

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