Darts, foosball, billiards are the few of the things to keep you occupied. Very popular bar. Decent food here too. Often UW faculty and their graduate students come here for happy-hour. Clean place.
Just go and and introduce yourself to the proprietor, Mama-san. This place really rocks after 11 at night. Watch the Kamikaze shots fall into the beer as they fall-off the chopsticks. Karaoke available in Chinese, Korean and Japanese.
Maximum occupancy after 12 on most Friday and Saturday nights, so get there early enough. A separate room can be "rented" for small groups.
Tiny bar. Maybe occupancy is 20, tops? Very friendly hometown atmosphere. Try the heated nuts behind the bar. Darts, air-hockey and that's about it.
So small it's cool.
Yearly I bring my club's numerous fire extinguishers to Jefferson for inspection and refilling. Usually I just show-up and they quickly check and refill them as necessary. Then we can pass the annual fire inspection. If you need advise on alarms or other fire protection, come here.
Good job. Maybe a bit pricey.
This store is a bit run-down on both the inside and outside. On State St. I'm sure there are a lot of people that go through in a day. If you want it, they either have it or can get it for you. Downstairs, large selection of Jazz and "longhair" music. Bring cash to get a decent discount!
Decent value for the money. Just the basic cleaning job. One time I had a very dirty car and they sent me through a second time. I've also had company cars here for a wash and hand wax. They do a decent job and don't make any mistakes. Nothing fancy.
Thing is, you can't do any better on the outside of the car at self serve, for the money. And here they'll do a bit of vacuum on the inside and wash the interior windows too. And you'll not get dirty yourself, as in self service washes.
It's not often you find value in a bar. This one is first class. Ample nearby parking is the beginning of your night's adventure. Roomy bar with friendly hostess.
The Come-back is a unique bar in that it has a door connecting it to a German restaurant/bar Essen Haus. The atmosphere between the two is completely different. Essen is typically very busy and noisy from the music being played. Come Back is more laid back and conversational.
This man will take away and dispose of all your dog waste in a very routine manner. He takes it to a proper place (not the landfill). Jim Stuntebeck is the man. He takes it to his farm and composts it. His company? has done work around here for years. He is competent and professional.
I've trained here for years -- second building and second owners, but many of the same quality trainers and same quality classes. Classes tend to be a bit shorter and costly, but still very good. Run-throughs for those of us involved in competitive obedience Trials.