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July 11, 2021 28 min
Scenario: You’re in town on business, attending a conference, or are visiting family/friends. You have heard lots of good things about the city by the Salish Sea...and want to check out the downtown scene. *Now what?*

*Waypoint Park / Grainary*

* Belllingham yoga collective
* SconeGrown vegan bakery
* BlackFern - coffee wine
* Artivim Mead Company.

*Bay Street*

* Black noise records
* Geheim gallery. Contemporary art gallery
* Near Black Sheep
* Jack's Bar
* 10 barrel brewing
* Lorikeet Bar

*Bellingham Parkade on Commercial Street*

* Holly’s Pies
* (Brandywine - Temporarily closed for fire damage - early August reopening?)

*(Triangle?) Corner of Magnolia and Champion*

* Black Drop Coffee - old Rook and Rogue looks cool

*Mount Baker Theater*

* Snowyriver Cocktail Company - old The Table

*Cornwall Avenue*

* Chuckanut Bay Distillery.
* Are you my human dog rescue and lounge - near Wild OatBakery & Cafe
* Near Hotel Leo
* Northwest Corner Goods - by Kevin Misiuda and Brad Lockhart
* Evolve - Chocolate Espresso and Provisions
* Amendment 21 bar - inside The Leopold

*Alley by Bellingham Farmers Market by Maple, Railroad, and State streets*

* Champlain guitars - “full repair service from restrings and and vintage guitars”

*State Street*

* Comrade - temporarily closed. Scheduled to reopen on August 1. “Comrade is the little sibling next door to Carnal, specializing in smash-burgers and spicy fried chicken sandwiches all with house-made condiments."
* Carnal - “Wood fired meats, seafood and vegetables from Michelin star cooks.” "Outdoor dining on 13 table garden patio now available as well as indoor. Takeout/delivery"

*Holly Street*

* Juxt tap room - old Teriyaki Bar
* Endgame - Mini Rook & Rogue
* Locust - new wine bar
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