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Woodsky’s Now Open For Business In Fremont

By Sean Keeley · January 17th, 2011 · 4 Comments

There’s been quite a bit of turnover in the Fremont bar scene recently. One of the dearly departed is Saints and Sinners, which came to Fremont in February of 2009 but recently closed it doors (Jan. 8th). The good news is that the shuttering was short-lived and the spot is now officially open for business as Woodsky’s (303 N 36th St).

In an interview with Fremocentrist, owners Greg Woodman and Schulyer Holes say they want the new bar to have a ski lodge feel and be a welcome spot for “outdoor sports enthusiasts.” For now the decor is a little bare but they’re hoping you can help out with that.

As a neighborhood hang-out, Woodman hopes to find interesting and significant skis and boards among customers to add to the decor.  For a while, he admitted, the bathrooms may look a bit bare.  “We want customers to bring in pictures of them on the mountain,” Woodman explained, that they can mount on the restroom walls.

You can pick up a coupon over at their Facebook page. If you stop in, let us know what you think of the new space.

Photo: Greg W.

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