The Coastals, Heather Edgley, Deify
Ages: 21+Come in to the J & M Cafe and experience the same old, historic Pioneer Square, in our new, completely remodeled cafe. We’ve got great food, craft drinks, and the best hang out in town!
The J & M Cafe Presents Live Music
WHO: Deify 9 pm
Deify is a rock band based in Seattle, WA comprised of two brothers, Duncan and Jared Byargeon. Inspired by the bluesy grooves of AC/DC, storytelling prowess of Tom Petty, and edge of early grunge, Deify delivers a unique Seattle music experience that’s sure to keep you tapping your toes.
WHO: Heather Edgely 10 pm
Heather Edgley is a Baroque Pop singer-songwriter known for her contemporary style and ethereal voice that captivates audiences with the vulnerability of her tone and lyrics.
WHO: The Coastals 11 pm
WHEN: Saturday June 15th // 9pm // FREE // 21+
WHERE: The J & M Cafe and Cardroom.
Established in 1889, the J&M remains a pinnacle in Seattle's long and existing history. Welcome to the oldest and most popular bar in town!
The J&M got its name from partners Jamieson and McFarland, who opened for business in Pioneer Square in 1892. They sold out years later and moved two doors north to its present location at 201 First Ave S. The J & M served as a gambling and dancing establishment for the men of the Gold Rush. Its ceiling is pressed tin, rumored to have been installed by Italian craftsmen. The bar-back is made of Austrian mahogany — transported around the Cape in the late 1890s.
1889: Named the “J & H Hotel building” it was built for Captain J.H. Marshall after the Great Seattle Fire of 1889. Like all the buildings on the block, it housed a business on the ground floor and a hotel on top.
1906 to 1916: It was known as the “J & M Saloon”.
1921: The cafe served “soft drinks” and meals.
1974: The J & M served as the backdrop for a scene in the John Wayne movie, 'McQ'.
1980s: A hydroplane named after the restaurant, the U-9 J&M Café (Wil Muncey) roared briefly on Lake Washington.