418 Public House to close in October

418 Public House has announced they will be closing next month to make way for a new development coming to the corner of NW 65th St and 4th Ave NW.

“It is with heavy hearts that we announce the last day of 418 Public House will be Saturday, October 19,” the bar announced on Facebook.

Sarah from 418 tells My Ballard that the owners are terminating the lease, so they’re shutting down on the 19th to allow time to vacate and close the business. She says they don’t have plans to relocate.

The new development will be a 3-story apartment building with nine units and three live-work units. Parking for nine vehicles is proposed.

“We want to thank our amazing staff for eight years of service and care, and our wonderful patrons – we have loved being a part of such a great community.”


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Paintking
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Paintking

Hooray. More people in giant condos coming soon to an already congested area, with little to zero parking. Seems chaos is THE plan here. Then these elected wizards of smart can tax us over and over to “fix things” again. Quality of life? I got NO stinkin quality of life pal. LOL. Besides, sitting in traffic at antiquated intersections is SO much fun. People move here from NYC, Chicago or such then tell us “this isn’t so bad”. So with this logic, 500 shootings or more a year is acceptable then? Welcome to Durkanville folks.

Boring Opinions
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Boring Opinions

How many times have you been to the 418? You can lie, it’s OK. Just make something up.

Paintkong
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Paintkong

Since you seem to hate Ballard so much, please do us all a favor and relocate to a remote cabin in a red state. I’ll personally chip in for your moving expenses if it would also remove your endless drivel from this board.

Seek help.

Cap Anson
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Cap Anson

What does “red state” have to do with his comment?

Paintkong
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Paintkong

Fair question and good point. Ballard overall is a very blue neighborhood in a blue state, and judging by his comments I think he’d be happier in a red state. Of course, just supposition on my part.

Cap Anson
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Cap Anson

Or maybe he’d like to continue living in a blue state (or city, in this case) that wasn’t so moronic.