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Connie loved Jesus, truckers, and the sublime sounds of the Pointer Sisters-—often gracing us with the karaoke cover of ‘Slow Hand’ that would become her signature.
In the 1950s, through several changes in ownership, it became the Alki Homestead Restaurant.
Doris Nelson lived in the log house and ran the restaurant for decades, and her antique decoration and homestyle dining turned the Homestead into a favorite for community events.
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Thursdays belonged to Jackie and Ursula’s theatrical Pho Bang!