New pub in Shoreline this summer: Ridgecrest Public House

Sunday, April 26, 2015


Ridgecrest Public House is named after Shoreline’s Ridgecrest neighborhood and is a few steps from the Crest Theatre. The owners are a local husband and wife team who moved to Ridgecrest in 2003 and have been waiting for a “third place” to open up in that area.

The lease was signed in early April and the permitting stage has started. Tangible progress will be limited until the permits are in hand, which may take a couple of months.

But after that, there'll be a flurry of activity to turn what was a credit union branch into a small pub with 15 taps and indoor and outdoor seating.

Once it’s open, the owners will be behind the bar regularly and they look forward to being a more active part of the community.

Food will be available from food trucks parked in front of the pub and local restaurants that deliver to your table. To learn more and to follow their progress, “like” their Facebook page.



2 comments:

Anonymous,  April 26, 2015 at 7:23 PM  

Very cool! Perhaps this will turn into the new "Center of Shoreline"? Seems like a great spot... halfway between future light rail stations and the borders of the City Limits. Goes to show, you don't need to massively upzone to mega-density to make what is sure to be a great success of a local gathering spot.

Anonymous,  April 27, 2015 at 1:30 PM  

Hurray! Not that we need another bar, but it will be swell to have a place to chat and nosh after a movie!

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