SUMMER FEST

A guide to Shadowland during the West Seattle street fair

Scroll down for events, drinks, and food specials

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The West Seattle street fair aka Summer Fest is happening this weekend (Friday, July 13 - Sunday July 15). There are numerous attractions, street food, music & activities for all ages. The street Alaska Junction street will be closed to traffic and open to pedestrians. 

Shadowland is 21+ and a friendly face will be checking IDs at the front of our extended patio. 

For more information scroll down this page, or follow us on Facebook & Instagram. For more information regarding Summer Fest 2019, visit the official website.

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LIVE MUSIC

Shadowland is located across the street from the main stage

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Sunday Night

Brent Amaker DeathSquad & The Yada Yada Blues Band

We will be closing out the weekend at Shadowland with style! Final Body will be playing & rocking in house as soon as the sun begins to fall (7:30pm)



Check us out on Facebook for the latest information.

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Getting to The Junction

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For more information visit the official 2019 Summer Fest website!
West Seattle Summer Fest is a project of the West Seattle Junction Association.

Parking Information

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COCKTAILS

Our special drinks just for Summer Fest. 

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SUMMERFEST COCKTAILS


MULES


SLUSHED UP DAIQUIRI


All The Food

Friday - Saturday: 11am - 1am
Sunday: 11am - 12am

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SOUP & SALAD

Add Grilled Chicken Breast $3, Jumbo Shrimp $4, Steak $5


SMALL PLATES


SANDWICHES

Served with Fries, Fried Pickle Chips, House Arugula Salad, or Cup of Soup
(Substitute Caesar Salad - $2, Wedge - $3)


BURGERS

Served with Fries, Fried Pickle Chips, House Arugula Salad, or Cup of Soup
(Substitute Caesar Salad - $2 Wedge - $3)


ENTRÉES


SMALLER PLATES


DESSERTS


*Consuming raw or undercooked foods may increase your risk of foodborne illness