West Seattle biznote: The Bridge sets final day at original location

November 14, 2013 at 5:50 pm | In West Seattle news, West Seattle restaurants, WS beverages | 14 Comments

(FRIDAY UPDATE: The “epic photo” has changed to Sunday, December 1st, at 3 pm)

(Photo added Friday morning, courtesy of The Bridge)
Just in from Jenny Almukhtar of The Bridge, which is just a few weeks away from opening its new location at the overhauled former Chuck and Sally’s Tavern in Morgan Junction:

We are very excited to announce that we have finalized when our last day at The Bridge’s current location at 4439 35th Ave SW will be, which is Monday December 2nd.

In Bridge style, we will be showing the Seahawks hosting the Saints, starting at 5:40 pm with sound. There will be a photo op under the reader board before the game begins, and we invite all our guests to join us for this epic shot. *SEE BELOW* This will be a great way for us to capture all the amazing energy and love we have received from West Seattle and bring it with us to our new location at 6301 California Ave SW that will open shortly after our closure on the 2nd.

(Friday update: The “epic photo” day/time has been changed to Sunday the 1st at 3 pm)

(back to original story) It’s been a fast-moving renovation – less than six months have passed since we broke the news of the move. The Bridge has to leave its current location because of the revived mixed-use project in the works for the site.

14 Comments

  1. The new location looks awesome from the outside. The transformation from the dilapidated old Chuck and Sally’s is just amazing. Good luck with the transition!!

    Comment by ACH — 6:11 pm November 14, 2013 #

  2. WOOT-WOOT….cannot wait, sad to see them leave the “original Bridge” Great memories, but very excited for the next chapter…!! Congrats!

    Comment by RJB — 6:23 am November 15, 2013 #

  3. Looks great, glad to see the old place get a new face. Also like the fact it has a small parking lot which will should really help business.

    Comment by wetone — 10:29 am November 15, 2013 #

  4. Look at all those windows!!! This place is going to be a great new home for The Bridge. Can’t wait to walk there since I live right around the corner.

    Comment by Micha — 10:42 am November 15, 2013 #

  5. So happy they turned an eye sore into a great new business! BUT the big question for us is will it be family-friendly? Several Morgan Junction families would love a place to go, even if it was only until 9pm! Thanks!

    Comment by Tricia — 11:37 am November 15, 2013 #

  6. If you follow the link on the phrase “broke the news,” it goes to our original story, in which we note that it will remain 21+.

    Comment by WSB — 11:42 am November 15, 2013 #

  7. Score!

    Comment by Gatewooder — 11:46 am November 15, 2013 #

  8. Hurry. I’m hungry.

    C&SVM

    Comment by Chuck and Sally's Van Man — 1:06 pm November 15, 2013 #

  9. Building looks wonderful, the business will be a welcome addition to the Morgan junction. Good luck

    Comment by carl tosten — 1:37 pm November 15, 2013 #

  10. Yea!! I’m excited for the new location!!

    Comment by Robyn Bechtel — 2:14 pm November 15, 2013 #

  11. It’s been really fun to drive by every day and see the progress. I’m sure it was a lot of hard work uncovering and restoring all those original, tiny windows but they look so good! Exciting addition to the neighborhood!

    Comment by JO — 3:35 pm November 15, 2013 #

  12. C&SVM, do you suddenly feel considerably more handsome? ;-)

    .

    Mike

    Comment by miws — 4:35 pm November 15, 2013 #

  13. Yes. And I no longer feel like throwing a molotov cocktail through the front window to put that place out of its misery. The new owners are already gods in my eyes. Gods, I say.

    Comment by Chuck and Sally's Van Man — 7:02 pm November 15, 2013 #

  14. Congrats and good luck – great to see local businesses taking on these kinds of projects. Looks amazing!

    Comment by Red — 8:43 am November 16, 2013 #

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