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Wednesday June 20th, 2018

With summer right around the corner, we're hiring for our new restaurant/brewery! Head over to magnusonbrewery.com to find more info. ... See MoreSee Less

Friday June 22nd, 2018

Interviewing at Amazon Tip #14: Our dress code is comfortable and casual. While some positions in our fulfillment centers may limit certain clothing for safety reasons (such as the need to wear closed-toed shoes), most of our offices are filled with people wearing everyday clothes. We're interested in what you have to say, not what you are wearing. amzn.to/2JQhkas ... See MoreSee Less

Interviewing at Amazon Tip #14: Our dress code is comfortable and casual. While some positions in our fulfillment centers may limit certain clothing for safety reasons (such as the need to wear closed-toed shoes), most of our offices are filled with people wearing everyday clothes. Were interested in what you have to say, not what you are wearing. https://amzn.to/2JQhkas

Saturday June 16th, 2018

Never a dull moment on Lake Union. In addition to the daily scurry of seaplanes, sailboats, and kayaks, we had the historic schooner Zodiac last week. Yesterday a Greenpeace ship arrived; today it’s an enormous inflatable cow riding a barge. I wonder what tomorrow will bring. ... See MoreSee Less

Never a dull moment on Lake Union. In addition to the daily scurry of seaplanes, sailboats, and kayaks, we had the historic schooner Zodiac last week. Yesterday a Greenpeace ship arrived; today it’s an enormous inflatable cow riding a barge. I wonder what tomorrow will bring.

Monday June 18th, 2018

#125YearsAgoToday: At 8:15 am on June 18, 1893, #Seattle's first transcontinental passenger train slowly pulled out of the station and began the journey east toward St. Paul, Minnesota. While the 69-hour trip might seem long today, it felt revolutionary at the time. Seattle was finally linked with the rest of the country via a direct transcontinental train line. The connection would bring new ideas, people, and goods to the growing city and help to cement its status as a leader in the Pacific Northwest. Read more with HistoryLink.org: bit.ly/2JTCkJr 📷: Lantern Slide Collection, MOHAI ... See MoreSee Less

#125YearsAgoToday: At 8:15 am on June 18, 1893, #Seattles first transcontinental passenger train slowly pulled out of the station and began the journey east toward St. Paul, Minnesota. 

While the 69-hour trip might seem long today, it felt revolutionary at the time. Seattle was finally linked with the rest of the country via a direct transcontinental train line. 

The connection would bring new ideas, people, and goods to the growing city and help to cement its status as a leader in the Pacific Northwest. Read more with HistoryLink.org: http://bit.ly/2JTCkJr 
  
📷: Lantern Slide Collection, MOHAI

Friday June 22nd, 2018

It's almost Brunch Time! See you tomorrow! 9am to 2pm ($3 mimosas until 3pm) ... See MoreSee Less

Its almost Brunch Time! See you tomorrow! 9am to 2pm ($3 mimosas until 3pm)

Wednesday June 20th, 2018

Hidden behind that pecorino frico is our Bucatini cacio e pepe! ... See MoreSee Less

Hidden behind that pecorino frico is our Bucatini cacio e pepe!

Saturday June 23rd, 2018

How are you starting your weekend? Hot coffee and a freshly baked brioche cinnamon roll is one idea - come see us! ... See MoreSee Less

How are you starting your weekend? Hot coffee and a freshly baked brioche cinnamon roll is one idea - come see us!

Tuesday June 19th, 2018

Fancy new bar rail! Come try it out for yourself. #republicseattle #thirstytuesday #southlakeunion ... See MoreSee Less

Fancy new bar rail! Come try it out for yourself. #republicseattle #thirstytuesday #southlakeunion

Tuesday June 19th, 2018

Hello Seattle. Follow our Lynnwood location Cask & Trotter / Lynnwood The Cask & Trotter patio in Lynnwood is open. Come play cornhole with us & enjoy some BBQ. See you all soon. #cornholelynnwood #meatparty #bbqseattle #lynnwoodhappyhour ... See MoreSee Less

Hello Seattle. Follow our Lynnwood location Cask & Trotter / Lynnwood The Cask & Trotter patio in Lynnwood is open. Come play cornhole with us & enjoy some BBQ. See you all soon. #cornholelynnwood #meatparty #bbqseattle #lynnwoodhappyhour

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