Delivery workers push beer kegs past Coin-Op Game Room on K Street on Wednesday. The location was the most-recent home of live-music club Marilyn’s on K. Even with the expectation of increased foot traffic from the Golden 1 Center, opening live-music venues remains a tough sell for K Street given the expensive rent and competition with well-established local venues.
Delivery workers push beer kegs past Coin-Op Game Room on K Street on Wednesday. The location was the most-recent home of live-music club Marilyn’s on K. Even with the expectation of increased foot traffic from the Golden 1 Center, opening live-music venues remains a tough sell for K Street given the expensive rent and competition with well-established local venues. Jose Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com
Delivery workers push beer kegs past Coin-Op Game Room on K Street on Wednesday. The location was the most-recent home of live-music club Marilyn’s on K. Even with the expectation of increased foot traffic from the Golden 1 Center, opening live-music venues remains a tough sell for K Street given the expensive rent and competition with well-established local venues. Jose Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com

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November 15, 2015 4:01 PM

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