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Grand Avenue and Baseline Tap House

Texas84

Premium Member
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Make your own beer flight? Yes please. :hungry:
 

LieutLaww

No one's ever really gone
Premium Member
So parts of the area should be opened up by the time I go at the beginning of Oct then
 

MisterPenguin

Rumormonger
Premium Member
Photo update as of Saturday, September 23. From a cast member: Baseline Tap House scheduled opening is Friday, September 29.

On the brick wall facing the Tap House courtyard is a beautiful new mural. Recognize it? It's the Tower of Terror and the streetcar on Sunset Blvd.

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If I wear roller skates and start singing "I'm Alive" or "(Have To Believe in) Magic", can I jump into that mural and be transported back to L.A. of the 30's?
 

rocketraccoon

Well-Known Member
September 29th for Baseline sounds right, but all of Grand Avenue definitely won't be open in 5 days.


Covered fences have popped up around the area, including the planters near the brick to the left.


A closer look of the Baseline area shows it being pretty much done on the outside.


The tunnel entrance being very much not done, also showing off the lights in the area actually being on. Note the black fence at the bottom around a planter area.


Construction walls have popped up near the old Chevrolet building, which is now called "Grand Lofts". The music store is off to the left, and has some decor up. I'm wondering if the avenue might be cut off here when Baseline opens.


Completely exposed construction beyond Grand Lofts.


Seems like a lot of effort to lug a bike up a story.

A small hole in the existing construction fence shows off a bit of the Baseline area:

Lights are on inside Baseline.




Umbrellas wrapped up.

They put the scrim back on the fences after Irma, but never put the wood or signs back up. I have to imagine at least part of Grand Avenue will be open alongside Baseline, but the back of it isn't really in a state to be opened.
 

Magenta Panther

Well-Known Member
September 29th for Baseline sounds right, but all of Grand Avenue definitely won't be open in 5 days.


Covered fences have popped up around the area, including the planters near the brick to the left.


A closer look of the Baseline area shows it being pretty much done on the outside.


The tunnel entrance being very much not done, also showing off the lights in the area actually being on. Note the black fence at the bottom around a planter area.


Construction walls have popped up near the old Chevrolet building, which is now called "Grand Lofts". The music store is off to the left, and has some decor up. I'm wondering if the avenue might be cut off here when Baseline opens.


Completely exposed construction beyond Grand Lofts.


Seems like a lot of effort to lug a bike up a story.

A small hole in the existing construction fence shows off a bit of the Baseline area:

Lights are on inside Baseline.




Umbrellas wrapped up.

They put the scrim back on the fences after Irma, but never put the wood or signs back up. I have to imagine at least part of Grand Avenue will be open alongside Baseline, but the back of it isn't really in a state to be opened.
Thanks for the pics. This is looking amazing! I can't wait to visit and have a brew!
 
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