Not many alleys are named, but an exception in Seattle is ‘Post Alley.’ Post Alley begins at its north end at Virginia Street, between First and Western Avenues, running to Main Street at the south end. The alley starts and stops here and there where buildings have been built across the whole block between First and Western Avenues. The alley has many small store fronts, restaurants, bars, loading docks and yes, dumpsters. Lights are still glowing in the early morning light here on this bit of Post Alley which runs diagonally north and slightly east from the main part of the Market on Pike Place towards University Street where there is an exceptionally good coffee shop, Seattle’s Best Coffee. Meet me for a cuppa?
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