Do you live, work or regularly visit north Beacon Hill? You might be aware of the BHMA goals is to develop relationships with our existing businesses, offer resources and help these businesses respond to community needs. To that end we are gathering feedback from residents in the area surrounding Beacon Hill International School, between 13th Ave. S. and 16th Ave. S., from S. Bayview to S. Massachusetts. We ask you to take a few minutes to complete our survey: Click here to take survey.
You can also download the pdf here and mail or drop it by the office during the week between 10-3:00pm Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday (slide it under the door and of course, snail mail will work too!).
Neighbor Jake London had this to say about dining out on Beacon Hill. We couldn’t agree more!
Busy day for me today. Not a lot of time to eat. So I phoned in an
order to Beacon Ave Deli Sandwiches around 6:45pm (they close at 7pm).
Then, I buzzed up there, picked up the sandwich, brought it home, and
Total time spent: 30 min. Now, I’m back on task (well almost <g>).
This experience got me thinking a little bit about how much has changed over the last year and half up here on Beacon Hill.
I prefer not to eat in such a hurry. But sometimes it can’t be helped.
Even a few months ago, I could not have run out and grabbed a quick,
made to order, quality sandwich, without leaving BEHI. Now I can. This
is such a quality of life improvement.
Between new spots like Beacon Ave Deli Sandwiches, Tippe and Drague,
Travelers, the Oak, and Bar del Corso; and old favorites like El
Quetzal, Baja Bistro, Inay’s, Kucina Filipina, etc., we’ve got
significantly more dining choices than we did even 18 months ago.
I don’t know about you folks, but I find it a really amazing change to
be able to go out regularly for a bite or a beer without leaving my
I just want to encourage everyone, within their time and means, to
keep giving these places your business. (Haven’t been to the sandwich
shop yet? Give it a try!). And if you feel like your needs aren’t
being met, try to offer friendly and constructive feedback. I’ve
gotten to know the owners of a number of these new spots, and they all
seem very committed to serving the needs of the people who live in the
Get to know other business owners and employees on Beacon Hill at our monthly luncheon. Bring Business Cards ~ Event or Company Flyers ~ Come prepared to introduce your business! This is an opportunity to share news, the latest “Happenings on the Hill.” Read on to learn who our guest speakers will be at next week’s luncheon…
When: Tuesday, March 19th
11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Where: Travelers Thali House
2524 Beacon Ave S., 98144
11:30am – 12:00pm – Purchase your lunch, mingle & socialize
(cost of lunch approx. $9.00 plus drink, tax, tip)
12:00pm – 1:30pm Luncheon program and special guests
Guest Speaker: Business outreach specialist, Thu Tran, will share strategies to reduce your utility usage and other ways to save.
Note: If you plan to attend please RSVP to (206) 255-6500 or
Come out for dinner and our local Cuban Son favorite, Supersones.
Kevin Conner, Justin Maggart, and David Trejo will give us an evening of boleros, sones and guarachas at El Quetzal on Beacon Hill from 7-9:00pm, 3209 Beacon Ave. South, 98144. No cover and room to dance – how’s that for neighborhood love!
Beacon Ave Sandwiches is so new you may not have had the chance to experience their particular brand of tasty, but many have, including foody reviewer Paul Constant (see link below) – so don’t miss out! And we’ve learned Deli hours will change slightly to accommodate folks who seem to be showing up for sandwiches around dinner time. So, whether you’re hungry for lunch or dinner, starting Monday 3/11, anytime between 11:00am and 7:00pm you can stop in and welcome the newest business to open its doors here on the hill.
Beacon Ave Sandwiches is located at 2505B Beacon Ave S. (206) 453-4892
Of Monsters and Balance: You Don’t Measure a Sandwich’s Success with a Ruler
by Paul Constant