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End of the Line is a vegan café located in downtown Pensacola at 610 East Wright Street. The café serves a variety of coffees and other beverages, as well as soups, sandwiches, and desserts, all of which contain no animal products. The café also offers three-course vegan dinners and brunches, on Thursdays and Sundays, respectively. End of the Line is primarily operated by Jen Knight and Ryan Modee.
The Louisville and Nashville Railroad grain elevator at Tarragona Wharf (as seen from the the American National Bank Building c. 1910 or 1911) was constructed in 1898 and had a capacity of 500,000 bushels of wheat. The grain elevator was damaged beyond repair in the 1926 hurricane.
Quint Studer (born 1951), formerly the president of Baptist Hospital, is a health care consultant and founder of the Studer Group. He and his wife Rishy bought the Pensacola Pelicans in 2002. He is one of three principals in the Community Maritime Park project, which will include a new ballpark for the Pelicans and office space and a conference center for the Studer Group.