Canlis Opens Pop-Up Restaurant in Queen Anne, Three Distilleries Set Sights on Capitol Hill, & More

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Canlis soon brings its culinary expertise to a pop-up restaurant
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Canlis Opens Pop-Up Restaurant in Queen Anne, Three Distilleries Set Sights on Capitol Hill, & More

  • Canlis Opens Pop-Up Restaurant in Queen Anne, Three Distilleries Set Sights on Capitol Hill, & More

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    Canlis soon brings its culinary expertise to a pop-up restaurant
    The biggest news this week: Canlis launches its pop-up restaurant Hearth & Home at the Macrina Bakery at 615 W. McGraw St. on Feb. 27 and 28. Space is limited and walk-ins aren't accepted, so make your reservations quick at 283-3313.

    In Ballard, a new restaurant called The Sexton is set to take over the space of the late but beloved Italian eatery Madame K's at 5327 Ballard Ave. N.W. No other details have yet been reported

    Capitol Hill gains a total of three (!) new distilleries in the coming months. Sun Liquor Distillery is scheduled to open at 512 E. Pike St. on Friday, March 4; Oola Distillery at 1413 E. Union St. by spring. Lastly, Black Label Spirits, a distillery and tasting room focused on hand-crafted batches of apple brandy and vodka, joins the neighborhood this summer.

    In Lake City, Elliott Bay Brewing Company is set to open a third pub to augment the West Seattle matriarch and Burien first-born.

    Phinney Ridge residents are set to gain the second installation of Mioposto at 7404 Greenwood Ave. N. by mid-April, according to Seattle Met. The original location is a neighborhood staple based in Mount Baker.

    And lastly, some unfortunate news: family-operated grocery store and butcher shop Bernie & Boys Market Place at 11225 First Ave. is closing after a 100-year run. The owners cite the economy for closure. However, longtime customers can take heart: Bernie & Boys Market Place wants to downsize and open in a new, smaller location in the future.

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