“Let’s go over there. That couple just got an order of spam musubi. Super Six got the best spam musubi in town.” Charles Mudede
One of the best things to come out of the year-long lockdown is Safe Start Permits, an SDOT program that allows restaurants to occupy sidewalk-and-curb space. The program is imperfect, of course (the permits should simply capture streets/parking spaces and liberate sidewalks), but it has certainly transformed the outdoor dining experience in neighborhoods such as Capitol Hill, Columbia City, Queen Anne, and Ballard.
Though the city council only extended the program through May 31, 2022, it is likely here to stay. Our age is one
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