They’re Moving In Already

Posted July 7, 2016 at 5:34 pm by

The waterfront side of the new Downriggers building - SJ Update photo

The waterfront side of the new Downriggers building - SJ Update photo

It seems it will be near the end of August before Down­rig­gers Restau­rant opens in their new loca­tion at Spring Street Land­ing, how­ev­er there are 3 busi­ness­es down­stairs that are open already and have been for about a week or so.

Geneva and Brian at San Juan Safaris - SJ Update photo

Geneva and Brian at San Juan Safaris - SJ Update photo

San Juan Safaris / San Juan Out­fit­ters is moved in and has added a cof­fee & snack bar, “Rip­tide Cof­fee” in addi­tion to their Whale Watch­ing and Kayak Tour­ing businesses.

Shelby and KK at Riptide Coffee look like they're pretty happy to work at a an espresso bar with one of the best views around - SJ Update photo

San Juan Excur­sions is moved in and has par­tial­ly filled up their new space with Jenn Rig­g’s beau­ti­ful shirt designs in addi­tion to book­ing tours. They’ll still be in their cur­rent loca­tion on Spring Street as well, and so will have 2 locations.

Emma Jean is ready to serve you at San Juan Excursions

Emma Jean is ready to serve you at San Juan Excursions - SJ Update photo

San Juan Island Whale & Wildlife Tours (aka Black­fish Char­ters) is par­tial­ly moved in. Still a work in progress is the “Black­fish Cafe” which should be open by the end of the month. Hobbes says what they’ll be offering:

“We will be sell­ing sweet and savory crepes, sand­wich­es, ice cream and of course Tea and Crum­pets, scones and jam along with Petes coffee!”

Hobbes is also work­ing on “The Black­fish Bistro” where Steps used to be, and we will have more info on that soon.

That's Casey behind the counter at Blackfish Charters, or San Juan Island Whale and Wildlife Tours - SJ Update photo

That's Casey behind the counter at Blackfish Charters, or San Juan Island Whale and Wildlife Tours - SJ Update photo

Pop on down there and check them out. And see the progress on the water­front walk­way out front. When fin­ished it will be a great stroll.

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