Whether you’re literally or metaphorically writing that next chapter, at Jackson Street you can channel all your pursuits. You can have a work from home day at Broadcast Coffee downstairs and work on your latest side-project. On those days you need to pop into work, it’s an easy commute, just hop on the bus and get there in less than 10. Set your imagination loose with a walk (and give your dog a little exercise too) at nearby Frink Park. Need some collaborations? Get together with buddies at Standard Brewing for happy hour. Nearby, there’s also salsa dancing, a movie theater, trivia, the Pratt Fine Arts Center, and countless other opportunities for you to have new and memorable experiences.
In 2008 Barry Faught traded in his salary for his own independent coffee shop, Broadcast Coffee Roasters, named in honor of his dad’s lifelong passion for radio. The goal from the get go was to spread love and acceptance through hospitality and delicious drinks. Now Broadcast has several cafes throughout the city of Seattle and has it’s beautiful new roastery and coffee shop right here at Jackson Street. Whether you’re looking for a cup to kick start your day, a bag of coffee beans for the week, or a wholesale order for your shop, they’ve got just the ticket.
Temple Pastries was created by Christina Wood in 2018. It grew from a few pop-up shops to the shelves of some of the best coffee shops and markets in Seattle, and now this beloved local bakery is calling Jackson Street home.
Oaky’s Tex-Mex comes from Wood Shop BBQ owners James Barrington and Matt Davis. First known as a local food truck bringing pop up smoked meat and authentic Tex Mex to Seattle, Oaky’s now settles in to a restaurant space Jackson Street across the road from Wood Shop. Menu offerings include tacos, queso, and other tasty food and drink delights from Texas and the Southwest.