BIZNOTES: Elliott Bay 2-day closure, & more

Three West Seattle biznotes:

ELLIOTT BAY TWO-DAY CLOSURE: Elliott Bay Brewing Company in The Junction is closed today and tomorrow “for beautification and repairs,” and plans to reopen at 11 am Wednesday.

WAITING FOR MOD PIZZA? We checked to see if the pizza place signed last year for The Whittaker (WSB sponsor) is opening any time soon. The reply from spokesperson Charlotte Wayte: “This opening has been pushed out a few months, and we’re now looking at June 2018.”

NEW AT CHARLESTOWN CENTER: The second-floor corner space at 3727 California SW that housed West Seattle Runner (WSB sponsor) before their move to 2743 California SW a few years ago finally has a new tenant as of this month: Schoeb Chiropractic. The announcement from Ryan Schoeb, D.C., and wife Molly Schoeb says they have lived in West Seattle for more than 10 years, and he’s now moved his practice close to home, after 13 years on the Eastside. They are Genesee Hill Elementary parents and Dr. Schoeb has coached West Seattle Little League, West Seattle Baseball, and West Seattle Soccer Club teams.

8 Replies to "BIZNOTES: Elliott Bay 2-day closure, & more"

  • Triangle Resident August 28, 2017 (4:21 pm)

    June 2018 is not a few months…what gives with this development company.

    • WSB August 28, 2017 (5:50 pm)

      Sorry if I wasn’t clear – the person I got the reply from is with MOD, not the business spaces’ owner (Weingarten).

  • Alki Resident August 28, 2017 (5:55 pm)

    Mod should take their sign down then so we don’t have to think about them every time we drive by.

  • Swede. August 28, 2017 (7:06 pm)

    Less then a year, barely, is still ‘months’ people ;-)  I am curious about the ‘Hydrant’ on California though? That’s alot of rent money for a not open bar/restaurant there! 

  • Villagegreen August 29, 2017 (8:03 am)

    Regarding The Hydrant, Next to Nature’s pet supplies and food must be quite overpriced if they are making the level of profit where they can afford to just sit on that space. What a waste of prime real estate in the heart of the Junction. 

    • KM August 29, 2017 (8:19 pm)

      They have been in business for some time (10+ years on my count) and there are a lot of pet owners in the Junction or ones who do their errands there, and more moving to the area. Prices are on par with other stores too, for the same products. 

  • Ryan Schoeb August 31, 2017 (7:15 am)

    Thank you for the shout out West Seattle Blog! Glad to be open and part of the neighborhood.

    Ryan Schoeb, DC

  • seaspades August 31, 2017 (3:18 pm)

    find it ironic that I’ve eaten more times at MOD in Wisconsin than I have in Seattle…is it MOD, the developers or the city?  Can’t take that long as it’s a couple of pizza ovens, a cold ingredients buffet and two beer taps….

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