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Melissa Allison follows the world's biggest coffee-shop chain and other Seattle caffeine purveyors.

November 17, 2009 at 12:10 PM

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Dubsea Coffee opens in White Center public housing community

Posted by Melissa Allison

Voracious calls it the "most beautiful coffee shop on the western peninsula that is West Seattle and White Center."

Opened last weekend, it's the first retailer at Greenbridge, a 95-acre public housing community developed by the King County Housing Authority.

"Being open and loving -- and inspiring each other to be that way -- is what I hope this space will achieve," the shop's creator, Sibelle Nguyen, told the West Seattle Herald.

Dubsea carries Stumptown coffee, organic Rishi teas, hot chocolate and chai, along with baked goods from Little Rae's Bakery, Macrina Bakery & Cafe and High 5 Pie from Fuel Coffee owner Dani Cone.

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