Seven years after leaving its original location in the Central District (and a few years after a brief revival on 21st Avenue), Jackson’s Catfish Corner is readying a return to the neighborhood. Owner Terrell Jackson tells Eater Seattle the restaurant — long beloved for its fried catfish, hushpuppies, and famed tangy pink tartar sauce — aims to open its new location at 2212 S. Jackson Street in the Community House Mental Health Agency’s Patricia K Apartments development on Juneteenth. Capitol Hill Seattle first reported the news.
This will mark a triumphant (second) Central District return for the business, which was born at the corner of Cherry Street and
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