Seattle is turning into a major meat market -- in the culinary sense, anyway. We reported yesterday that local artisan meat chain Bill the Butcher opened a fourth shop in Madison Valley. Today, Capitol Hill Seattle Blog provides a tip that another butcher shop is opening in the Melrose Market between Pike and Pine Streets.
Rain Shadow Meats will offer a specialty salami.
Rain Shadow Meats is scheduled to open for business on Friday, April 23. All meats will be cured on-site, including a special house salami available only at the shop and at Sitka and Spruce.If fermented, air-dried meat doesn't whet your appetite, here's another news tidbit: The Baskin-Robbins in Greenlake is back up and running, following a two-week hiatus, according to My Green Lake.