Last Exit on Brooklyn

Former coffeehouse in Seattle, United States / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The Last Exit on Brooklyn was a Seattle University District coffeehouse established in 1967 by Irv Cisski.[1] It is known for its part in the history of Seattle's counterculture, for its pioneering role in establishing Seattle's coffee culture, and as a former chess venue frequented by several master players.

Irv Cisski (second from left) in the kitchen of the Last Exit, circa 1983-85

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