cisserosmiley's Blog

Jun. 11, 2012 at 10:18am

Delbrocco's / Bopper's Coming Back?

New work at 6th n proctor

So sad when delbrocco's closed, almost as bummed as when bopper's closed. Now, there is new work happening at their old space on 6th n proctor.

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by cisserosmiley on 6/11/2012 @ 10:27am
The paper on the window peeled back, electrical work happening, but no pic. Any info on what's happening?

by Cheechmo on 6/11/2012 @ 1:00pm
Was/is Delbrocco's very good? I've never been there, but have heard mixed opinions.


by NineInchNachos on 6/11/2012 @ 1:57pm
we liked it. comfort pizza...  not like PSP 'look at me' pizza.  was a good working man's pizza.

by cisserosmiley on 6/11/2012 @ 2:04pm
It was OK, but the corner of 6th n proctor is beat down since Vanity moved closer to Union st., The Unicorn closed, Aquarium store closed too, and this space that always had an OK but very convenient cheap eats restaurant has been empty for a long time. There is lots of activity with Valhalla Coffee, Rocket Records, Indoor Garden, Sushi Tama & the West End Bar. Good luck to the next Bopper's space tenant!

by NineInchNachos on 6/11/2012 @ 5:19pm
gotta check out that blue beard cafe place sometime

by KevinFreitas on 6/12/2012 @ 9:32am
Though I don't drink coffee Bluebeard is a really great spot. We've had a couple Social Media Club of Tacoma events there.
I'm sad I never made it to Delbrocco's too. Heard good things about it but was in a weird enough spot I never made it by there. Interested to see what goes in there instead. That whole corner could use some serious love, that's for sure.

by cisserosmiley on 6/12/2012 @ 11:17am
Neighborhood update:
The vacant building on 6th ave n Mason (formerly the Greener Garden Pot Dispensary Dealership) has work trucks, several cars and a Click! van parked at it with lots of activity there this past couple weeks.

by cisserosmiley on 7/16/2012 @ 8:47am
www.coenestateservices.com/
Pretty boring to ad another attorney to this stretch of 6th ave, but these folks thought up a cool business model...