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Seattle, WA -- Dec 13, 2018

This rainy weather calls for a vacation! But it's hard to get away during the holidays...guess we'll just drink The Staycation and day dream of sandy beaches.#rainydaze #staycation #craftcocktail #thirstythursday ... See MoreSee Less

This rainy weather calls for a vacation! But its hard to get away during the holidays...guess well just drink The Staycation and day dream of sandy beaches.
#rainydaze #staycation #craftcocktail #thirstythursday

Seattle, WA -- Dec 14, 2018

Employee photo of the week via @insideamazon and @sandynamgung on Instagram: Amazonians last week took the opportunity to #bepeculiar by participating in the global #hourofcode, welcoming hundreds of students to Amazon offices throughout the U.S. ... See MoreSee Less

Employee photo of the week via @insideamazon and @sandynamgung on Instagram: Amazonians last week took the opportunity to #bepeculiar by participating in the global #hourofcode, welcoming hundreds of students to Amazon offices throughout the U.S.

Seattle, WA -- Dec 11, 2018

TRIVIA TUESDAY:Our Lightship No. 83 "SWIFTSURE" was originally stationed off Cape Mendocino in northern California, marking Blunts Reef, until 1930. In this photo, circa 1916, she has a few sails raised for steadying.No. 83 was built in 1904 and is now the oldest lightship left in the U.S. She is also Seattle's last tall ship, having originally carried a schooner rig in addition to her steam plant. Unlike most ships in the world today, she actually transited the Straits of Magellan in 1905, having been built in New Jersey before the completion of the Panama Canal.Northwest Seaport has owned this maritime icon since 1966 and she is being restored at South Lake Union for future generations to enjoy. ... See MoreSee Less

TRIVIA TUESDAY:
Our Lightship No. 83 SWIFTSURE was originally stationed off Cape Mendocino in northern California, marking Blunts Reef, until 1930. In this photo, circa 1916, she has a few sails raised for steadying.

No. 83 was built in 1904 and is now the oldest lightship left in the U.S. She is also Seattles last tall ship, having originally carried a schooner rig in addition to her steam plant. Unlike most ships in the world today, she actually transited the Straits of Magellan in 1905, having been built in New Jersey before the completion of the Panama Canal.

Northwest Seaport has owned this maritime icon since 1966 and she is being restored at South Lake Union for future generations to enjoy.
Eastlake Bar and Grill added 4 new photos.
Eastlake Bar and Grill

Seattle, WA -- Dec 13, 2018

Have you heard the news? We've got a new menu! New entrees, apps, and signature cocktails. Just in time to celebrate the holidays 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

Have you heard the news? Weve got a new menu! New entrees, apps, and signature cocktails. Just in time to celebrate the holidays :)

Seattle, WA -- Dec 14, 2018

All butter cookies with all the trimmings....Our gorgeous decorated shortbread will delight your friends and family. Get one for an afternoon treat! We've got them packaged in gift bags, too. #holiday #christmascookies ... See MoreSee Less

All butter cookies with all the trimmings....Our gorgeous decorated shortbread will delight your friends and family. Get one for an afternoon treat! Weve got them packaged in gift bags, too. #holiday #christmascookies

Seattle, WA -- Dec 11, 2018

Here are some clues on how to avoid the winter blues.#pappyvanwinkle #hottoddy #republicseattle #republicrestaurant #whiskey ... See MoreSee Less

Here are some clues on how to avoid the winter blues.
#pappyvanwinkle #hottoddy #republicseattle #republicrestaurant #whiskey

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