A curious thing has happened up South Park way. The former County

A curious thing has happened up South Park way. The former County Line, the greatly missed– or for the residents who had less tolerance for people urinating in public, infamous– South Park dive bar cum grill, has been re-opened by a medical marijuana advocacy group. On weekends, they serve pancakes, eggs, browns and other classic diner fare. Confused? Let me explain. Last year, the Cannabis Defense Coalition (CDC) took up space inside the County Line after owner Guy Crow shuttered the building.The property on which the place sits figures prominently in the County’s plan to replace the South Park Bridge. The building was to be demolished once construction started. The CDC moved during the interim, dubbing it the Cannabis Resource Center. But now that the last, best hope for funding that effort failed to come through, the CDC has decided to utilize the old kitchen space.The menu is at this early stage limited to what the amateur cooks at the place can handle–mostly eggs cooked in the style you prefer with a healthy cut or two of bacon, hash browns, pancakes, etc. And were it not for the price, you’d do just as well dirtying up your own cookware. The average cost per breakfast entree is less than $7, making the place the perfect venue if on some Saturday morning you wake up across the Duwamish in need of a cheap meal to counteract the effects from the previous evenings intake of social lubricants–booze and otherwise.Cannabis Resource Center 8456 Dallas Ave. S. Seattle, WA 98108

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