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The Central Saloon Is Cool Again – SEATTLE WEEKLY

http://www.seattleweekly.com/home/962878-129/the-central-saloon-is-cool-again


 

The 10 Most Storied Bars in America THRILLIST

https://www.thrillist.com/drink/nation/the-most-storied-bars-in-america


 

8 Oldest Bars IN SeattleTHRILLIST

https://www.thrillist.com/drink/seattle/oldest-bars-in-seattle


 

The Best Bars With History In SeattleCBSSeattle

http://seattle.cbslocal.com/top-lists/best-bars-with-history-in-seattle/


 

18 Drinking Dens and Dives: Cheap Cocktails Without The Pretense SEATTLE TIMES

http://www.seattletimes.com/life/food-drink/18-drinking-dens-and-dives-cheap-cocktails-without-pretense-2/


Chasing Kurt Cobain in Washington StateThe NYTimes

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/30/travel/chasing-kurt-cobain-in-washington-state.html?_r=0

Bruce Pavitt, the founder of the Sub Pop record label, which signed Nirvana, and the author of “Experiencing Nirvana: Grunge in Europe 1989,” told me that the one Seattle venue where Nirvana played that has largely stayed the same is the Central Saloon, the city’s oldest bar, established in 1892. Most rock historians consider a show Nirvana played at the Vogue, now a hair salon, the band’s first Seattle gig, but Mr. Pavitt insisted that a Nirvana showcase he attended on April 10, 1988, at the Central Saloon was the band’s very first.”

“No one else remembers it,” he said, “because it was just me, the doorman and about three other people.”

-Bruce Pavitt, Sub Pop Records Founder


 

Travel Blog Pt. 2: Taking the Grunge Plunge in Seattle || 103.7 The Hawk

http://kmhk.com/travel-blog-pt-2-taking-the-grunge-plunge-in-seatlle/