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Bait Shop, located at 606 Broadway East, is in the space that Bako briefly called home.
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The seven-foot marlin, sure to become the bar's unofficial mascot.
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Derschang says she obsessed over finding the perfect hue for the knotty pine walls.
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A closer look at that hood—from a ’77 Firebird—hanging in the rear.
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It wouldn't be a Derschang establishment without some signature matches.
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Forrest Brunton and chef de cuisine Sayab Poot are overseeing the food program. Fried chicken, fish and chips, barbecue pork rinds, and a cheese log (indeed) are some of the items making up the menu.
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While Adam Fream, formerly of the Sexton, is heading the drinks side of things with the help of one bewitching woman.
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Expect two machines to churn out frozen libations like painkillers, a killer combo of rum, pineapple juice, and coconut cream, and margaritas...
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And tap cocktails such as a dark and stormy infused with Rachel's Ginger Beer.
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Naturally, nautical accoutrements are found throughout.
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And so are more fish.
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A mural in the hallway leading to the restrooms harkens back to the address's earlier occupants.
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A number of the embellishments come from Cuttysark in Pioneer Square, the type of shop maritime dreams are made of.
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Bait Shop is open daily 4pm to 2am. The kitchen cooks until midnight.
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