Beacon Hill Branch - The Seattle Public Library
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À propos de ce logement
The first Beacon Hill Library opened Oct. 23, 1945, in a small building at 2708 Beacon Ave. S. Members of the Beacon Hill Community Club, Beacon Hill Parent-Teachers Association and Jefferson Park Ladies' Improvement Club contributed time, money, materials and labor.
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The Beacon Hill branch of the library is a great space to hang out, focus, and take advantage of free wifi. Oh yeah, they have lots of books!
Modern library with computers and comfy chairs for reading the latest magazines and newspapers. Also has a room to use a copier.
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“Very friendly and inexpensive Filipino bakery! We recommend ham and cheese croissant, maple bars and the chicken salad sandwich. They run out quickly. Consider that it's closed on Sundays . On Saturdays, they tend to have a long line. ”
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“An amazing selection of local beers, plus free popcorn. Plus there's a lovely outdoor patio in back during the summer. Check it out on Tuesdays if you like trivia! ”
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“Great coffee and solid pastries, with a sunny outside area for a chat and dog meet up.”
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“Because you can never have too much coffee! The entire south wall of the cafe is a map of the Beacon Hill neighborhood, which is pretty neat. A good, quiet spot for conversations or relaxing. ”
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