A note from Cafe Racer’s owner:
“No one needs to be reminded of what happened at Café Racer on May 30, 2012.
Each day the grief of losing our loved ones lessens, but not our love for them or the love they brought into our lives. Drew, Joe, Kim, Don and Gloria were people who gave more of themselves than they ever received. This is why the community was so devastated by their loss. This is also why that community of which they were a part of will carry on.
The outpouring of love and support from this community was astounding to me. Not only for the loss of our loved ones, but for the love and concern for Café Racer itself. It became clear to me that the café is more than just a place to pick up a coffee, food or have a drink, but it is a part of the community. The love didn’t just come from the ones we lost, it comes from everyone.
This is the main reason that I’ve decided to keep the cafe open, to forge ahead with the vision that is Café Racer by providing a place for diverse people and groups to come together and have a loving, safe place to gather. There may be some physical changes to the cafe, the main ingredient which makes Café Racer unique will remain the same, Love.
There is no way I can express my thanks to the hundreds of people who gave me, and everyone who is involved with the café, their love and support.
YOU make Cafe Racer what it is.” – Kurt Geissel Owner, Café Racer
Friday July 20th -Seattle: Café Racer will be re-opening its doors to the public