?Weekly editor and resident dive bar connoisseur Mike Seely recalls his lone visit to Chuck and Sally's Tavern like it was a passionate one-night stand that had the potential for some steady loving, if only fate hadn't intervened. He wistfully describes the neighborhood watering hole near Morgan Street Junction as having several pool tables, a loaded jukebox and a friendly regular who surreptitiously picked up his tab for several pitchers.
King County Department of Assessments The corpse of Chuck and Sally's, on the corner of California Avenue SW and SW Graham Street.
He also recalls returning a month later to rekindle the relationship, only to find that his mistress had sneaked off behind his back and left a temporarily closed sign hanging in the window. The "temporary" sign has remained in the window for three-plus years, and has been the source of much scrutiny and suggestion on the peninsula. But, all speculation aside, the question still remained: Who is/was Chuck
and Sally's owner and why has the building sat vacant now for so long?