Theming for BaseLine Tap House, the new corner pub coming to Grand Avenue, has been revealed thanks to some of the scaffolding being removed. Weathered brick and molding elements that mimic the Grand Avenue buildings can be seen. Also seen just over the construction wall is a portion of a walkway theming element.
According to Imagineers, the space used to be the Figueroa Printing Company, which was a mom-and-pop print house that had ties to the Disney studios in nearby Burbank. The space will retain many of the exposed walls and old printing equipment from its early days.
When compared to the old Writers Stop structure, BaseLine Tap House will retain the corner window and a single entrance. The side entrance nearest Sci-Fi Dine-In has been walled over.
Here’s a look at Writer’s Stop, just before it was walled off.
BaseLine Tap House will open this fall.