Bar del Corso
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  • May17th

    The last few weeks we hit a few milestones. The bar is built and almost done, the floor tiles went in, the kitchen backsplashes are in, the hood is all hooked up and the fan and fire compression system installed, the walk-in arrived and was built and ready to go, a bunch of electrical work was done, the walls were all painted and the exterior lights were installed. We’re in the final stretch but still have a ton of things to do. So the big question is when do we open? Still projecting to be open in mid-June and we will do whatever we can to make it work! Keep your eye on this spot for the actual date to be set – my guess is we will have an idea in a couple weeks.

    And… Jerry had his last day at Betty last Friday with a really nice send-off from the crew up there – thanks for all the well-wishing and champagne!

    Extra special thanks to Lito Tolentino for all his help last week!

  • May2nd

    The final product, now en route to Seattle. This is where the magic will happen!

  • April28th

    Oh snap!

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  • April28th

    The first coat of primer is on the walls, the ceiling in the main room is done, the tracks for the lights are going in today and the hood has been delvered and ready to install. This weekend we’ll have our painter’s pants on!

  • April22nd

    We’re still developing the menu, including the beer/wine list, and cocktails – libations if you will. Our menu offerings will be based on what is seasonally available so it will change quite often. But here’s a sample of what the menu could be. Sample Menu

  • April20th

  • April19th

    Our pizza oven is being made for us in Napoli, Italy and it’s almost finished. Then it will come over by boat and train. We wish we could go over and make the journey with it.

  • April16th

  • April13th

    Here are a few photos from our build out. There are a bunch more but we it to be a surprise when we open, which should be in early summer. We’ve got the Application for Liquor License posted on our window and our plans were approved by Seattle’s Department of Planning and Development, so we’ve started construction, plumbing and electrical updates. New insulation has been installed and drywall will be going up this weekend. Then a whole lot of painting and the place will really take shape.

    Working on getting all the old paint off the transom windows.

    Mark, our contractor and also an awesome drummer!

    No more Pub sign!

    Visitors bearing gifts of food!

    And at the end of the day….beer, courtesy of Georgetown Brewery!

  • March12th

    The build-out is underway…stay tuned!

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