Thursday, July 29, 2021

Gabe Guarente

Inslee Recommends All Washingtonians Mask Up, Regardless of Vaccination Status

On Wednesday, July 28, Gov. Jay Inslee urged Washingtonians: please consider wearing masks inside public places, whether fully vaccinated or not, particularly in regions of the state where vaccination rates are low. The guidance is in line with what...

Edmonds Lobster Roll Sensation the Market Plans New Seattle Outpost

Good news for Seattleites who crave lobster rolls, but don’t love fighting traffic on drives up north. As Seattle PI first reported, the Market in Edmonds — known for its popular take on the New England-derived seafood snack —...

Award-Winning Chef Maria Hines Is Out to Make a Better Energy Bar

After 14 years, organic food icon Maria Hines closed her trailblazing Wallingford restaurant Tilth permanently in October 2020. Though the decision was an excruciating one, the James Beard Award-winning chef — who has a home out in Okanogan County...

Capitol Hill Will Get Its New H Mart ‘Sometime This Fall,’ Says a Company Rep

Welcome back to Eater News, a semi-regular round-up of mini news bites. Have info to share? Email intel to [email protected] New H Mart at Capitol Hill Station Likely to Open This Fall Capitol Hill Station’s new retail and residential...

Ballard’s Long-Awaited Bar of Wands and Wizardry Looks Like It’s About to Open

It appears that a mystical Ballard pub is ready for its debut soon. According to the neighborhood blog My Ballard, the Splintered Wand — a bar with a magic wand shop inside — hopes to open its doors in...

King County Health Officer Recommends That All People Should Wear Masks Indoors Once Again

In a July 23 press conference, King County health officer Dr. Jeffrey Duchin said he is now recommending that all people, whether fully vaccinated or not, should wear masks indoors again, particularly in crowded settings such as restaurants. But...

U District’s New Takeout-Driven ‘Market’ Revives Meg’s Hamburgers and Tacos de la Noche

Two popular fast-casual spots that closed in 2020 have some new life in the U District. A new takeout and delivery-driven business called Urban Dinner Market has opened at 5201 University Way N, offering the menus for seven different...

White Center’s Lumber Yard Bar Lands New Location Weeks After Devastating Fire

Just weeks after a fire destroyed its building, the Lumber Yard Bar in White Center is picking up the pieces. The neighborhood’s first gay bar — which opened in January of 2018 — has found a new location just...

Popular Burger Restaurant Feed Co. Plans Green Lake Expansion for August

Welcome back to Eater News, a semi-regular round-up of mini news bites. Have info to share? Email intel to [email protected] Feed Co. Burgers Plans Green Lake Expansion for August After five years holding down the fort in the Central...

Will King County Soon Have to Reinstitute a Mask Mandate?

Just as in the rest of the U.S., a rise in new COVID cases spurred by the delta variant has been cause for concern. Over the past seven days, Public Health Seattle & King County (PHSKC) reported around 141...

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