Mike McMenamin (right), co-owner of McMenamins, a Portland-based developer of brew pubs and hotels, and architect George Signori take a look around the weathered ballroom of the Elks Lodge in downtown Tacoma two years ago. Though a projected opening date has been fluid in the past, the McMenamins now say they have the investment capital to open their Elks venue in 2019.
Mike McMenamin (right), co-owner of McMenamins, a Portland-based developer of brew pubs and hotels, and architect George Signori take a look around the weathered ballroom of the Elks Lodge in downtown Tacoma two years ago. Though a projected opening date has been fluid in the past, the McMenamins now say they have the investment capital to open their Elks venue in 2019. Peter Haley News Tribune file photo, 2015
Mike McMenamin (right), co-owner of McMenamins, a Portland-based developer of brew pubs and hotels, and architect George Signori take a look around the weathered ballroom of the Elks Lodge in downtown Tacoma two years ago. Though a projected opening date has been fluid in the past, the McMenamins now say they have the investment capital to open their Elks venue in 2019. Peter Haley News Tribune file photo, 2015

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